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View Resource Bath Time with Archimedes

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 different time increments. They are then asked to identify the events that caused each change in the graph. A student worksheet is available for download here in a Word...

View Resource Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

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 analyze the results. Worksheets are included in the document.

View Resource Which Airline is Best?

With this algebra lesson, students will gather data about different airlines, including flight delays, mishandled baggage and other consumer complaints. The material helps students learn how to effectively analyze data, perform basic statistical calculations in finding mean and median for that data, and interpret the data to draw conclusions. Summary questions are included in the document.

View Resource Interest Rates, FICO Scores and Loan Payments

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 rates available to them. Student materials, including a worksheet, are available on the site.

View Resource Algebra I Worked Examples

This series of videos contains 180 Worked Algebra I examples (problems written by the Monterey Institute of Technology and Education). You should look at the "Algebra" playlist if you've never seen algebra before or if you want instruction on topics in Algebra II. Use this playlist to see a ton of example problems in every topic in the California Algebra I Standards. If you can do all of these...

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