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This geometry lesson introduces the Power of Points theorem. While it is often taught in three parts (the Chord-Chord Power theorem, the Secant-Secant Power theorem, and the Tangent-secant Power theorem), this lesson...
This lesson helps students understand financial topics (interest rates, FICO scores and loan payments) in a mathematical context. Students will calculate monthly payments for a car or home based on the best interest...
This algebra lesson helps students make the connection between functions and their graphs. The model of the level of water in a bathtub is used. Students will watch the graph and a chart of the depth of the water at...
This algebra lesson demonstrates exponential growth and decay. The document includes three different ways in which students will retrieve data from the internet, formulate a function, perform calculations and then...
This math unit from Illuminations asks students to inscribe and circumscribe regular polygons. They will then analyze the area of the polygons, using either an applet or a graphing calculator. The unit includes two...
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