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A while back I shared a reference sheet for students learning how to divide polynomials using synthetic division. We focus on this method in our Algebra 2 class, but because polynomial long division is in the standards, I thought to also make a reference sheet to help students with this method. #polynomials #polynomiallongdivision #algebra2 Algebraic Expressions, Algebra Ii, Algebra 2, Long Division, Algebra Help, Math Methods, Math Words, Algebra Notes, Secondary Math

A while back I shared a reference sheet for students learning how to divide polynomials using synthetic division. We focus on this method in our Algebra 2 class, but because polynomial long division is in the standards, I thought to also make a reference sheet to help students with this method. #polynomials #polynomiallongdivision #algebra2

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Ashlyn Freeman
Free graphing logarithmic functions cheat sheet for Algebra and Algebra 2 students. This logarithms sheet goes along with the free reference sheet for exponential functions I posted. Students can color their logarithm reference sheets for their math notebooks and it can be enlarged to make a logarithms anchor chart poster for a math word wall. #logarithms #algebra2 #logarithmicfunctions #logs Maths Notebooks, Pre K, Math Methods, Math Cheat Sheet, Maths Algebra, Math Notes, Teaching Algebra, Math Notebooks, Math Word Walls

Free graphing logarithmic functions cheat sheet for Algebra and Algebra 2 students. This logarithms sheet goes along with the free reference sheet for exponential functions I posted. Students can color their logarithm reference sheets for their math notebooks and it can be enlarged to make a logarithms anchor chart poster for a math word wall. #logarithms #algebra2 #logarithmicfunctions #logs

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I was hoping I would get to use this interactive notebook page idea next year. I'm a little sad that I won't! I was secretly hoping to teach pre-cal next year...not sure why... I found this small unit circle from Jean Adams on TpT. It's a free download. I like that it's small enough to fit in the notebook and still has room to label all of the important information. I also drew a little coordinate grid to help students remember where the x and y values are positive and negative. Sometimes…

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Ahmed Abdelmageed