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Precalculus will be moving beyond their introduction to functions and function notation from Algebra II and into a in-depth development of transformations. We will be applying transformations (translations, reflections, dilations, etc.) to many of the parent functions included in the image above (we will save trigonometry for the Spring!). Understanding transformations is a crucial link between the algebraic form of a function and its graphical behavior. We will spend a considerable amount…

My Math Resources - Squares & Square Roots Posters

This eye-catching bulletin board poster is perfect for any math classroom! Help your students memorize square roots and perfect squares and add to your cute classroom decor!

Table translating all types of words to algebraic expressions, some examples of geometry representations as well http://www.leeward.hawaii.edu/files/mathlab/handouts/Translating_Words_into_Algebra.pdf

Table translating all types of words to algebraic expressions, some examples of geometry representations as well http://www.leeward.hawaii.edu/files/mathlab/handouts/Translating_Words_into_Algebra.pdf

Help your students see the connections between the inequality symbols, the choice of open/closed points on a number-line, and the choice of soft/hard brackets in the interval notation. I encourage you to use the color-coded version so your students can ask themselves, "Can I include this point?" Green="yes, include", and red="no, exclude."  The color-coding follows "stoplight logic" that even your students who struggle the most most understand.

Help your students see the connections between the inequality symbols, the choice of open/closed points on a number-line, and the choice of soft/hard brackets in the interval notation. I encourage you to use the color-coded version so your students can ask themselves, "Can I include this point?" Green="yes, include", and red="no, exclude." The color-coding follows "stoplight logic" that even your students who struggle the most most understand.

"Cheat sheets" always helped me in school. Being a visual learner, they were a quick and easy way to memorize a lot of information in a short amount of tim

"Cheat sheets" always helped me in school. Being a visual learner, they were a quick and easy way to memorize a lot of information in a short amount of time. Here are a list of my favorite

Are your Algebra 2 students struggling with polynomials and polynomial long division? There is a free PDF cheat sheet in this post that can be downloaded, printed and given to students for their notebooks. The sheet can also be enlarged for a math word wall. #algebra2 #polynomials

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. In the example on the cheat sheet, students are guided through the steps needed to find the imaginary zeros of a given polynomial function. Students start at the "start" arrow with step 1. "What's…