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Stained Glass Window Project (MATH) 1. All equations should be displayed on one sheet of graph paper. Glue this graph paper on to a sheet on construction paper when you are finished. 2. You must graph at least 10 equations (one of each of the following below). For more points, include more equations. (40 points) ? Vertical and Horizontal lines ? Linear Equation: positive and negative slope ? Absolute Value Equation- opening up and down ? Quadratic Equation- opening up and down ? Exponential …

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This lesson is a hands-on way to teach the abstract concept of slope. It also reinforces the meaning of the "slope intercept form found in linear equations. You will need the Vernier Logger Pro software and their motion detector sensor to do this experiment. In the activity, students walk in front of the detector and a graph is generated that shows their distance vs. time. (You can also choose to show the acceleration data at the same time.) In the second part, students are asked …

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This problem is an engaging, challenging problem that can be solved in many ways but is effectively solved by using elimination or matrices. It can be introduced before instruction in those topics. Students will devise many methods of solution. Here is a link to a student solution to the problem that leads directly to using elimination.

Keywords: math systems equations lines linear
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As part of our unit on Photosynthesis and Respiration the student have some difficulty with the Photosynthesis/Respiration equation and how it relates to the Law of Conservation of Mass. In order to help them understand these concepts I have a lesson, which help resolve all these issues. This lab activity requires some simple materials. You will need 6 lima beans (representing Carbon atoms), 12 pinto beans (representing Hydrogen atoms), 18 black beans (representing Oxygen …

Keywords: Photosynthesis/Respiration Reactions
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Teacher R V Pynadath District Amsterdam City SD Grade Level Commencement Standard Area Mathematics (2005) Time 240 minutes Objectives 1. Expand the concept of numbers. 2. Introduce the concept of 'i' as the imaginary number which was necessitated by applications where the square root of a negative number is desired. 3. Introduce complex numbers in the form a + bi and represent them graphically. 4. Practice the four operations with the complex numbers and determine the conjugate of the …

Keywords: Imaginary numbers, a + bi, conjugate roots, complex roots, complex number system, real number system,quadratic equation and roots
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