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Math Mama Writes...: Systems of Equations Gets Better Without the Textbook

ALEX Lesson Plan: The Art of Solving One and TwoStep Equations  A WebQuest

GeoGebra Tutorial 20 – Spreadsheet, Slider and Curves of Best Fit « Mathematics and Multimedia

PCMI @ MathForum: Morning Shorts
"John Mahoney presented the project that his precalculus students do at the end of the course. It involves taking digital photos of students hands and printing them (via Sketchpad) on top of a pair of coordinate axes. Students then compute equations of the lines in their own hands. Precalculus students are required to use a variety of different types of functions. This project helps students review the properties of polynomials, exponential, logarithmic functions and their graphs. If this project is used with Algebra 1 students, they would use linear and quadratic functions. An article based on this Project has been accepted by the Mathematics Teacher for their Activities section. "

I Want to Teach Forever: FollowUp: Combining like terms card game
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