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Graphing Linear Equations Using Ti-Calculator, Dave Iacchetta May 2008

Graphing Linear Equations Using Ti-Calculator, Dave Iacchetta

Lesson Plans

My objective is to have students graph linear equations and determine if there is a solution to the system, in a variety of ways, in real time.


Probability- 50/50 Chance, Christopher Sheffer Apr 2008

Probability- 50/50 Chance, Christopher Sheffer

Lesson Plans

Students will be directed to the probability simulation - tossing coins and observing the outcome.


Quadratics Using Ti Calculator, Samuel Simpson Mar 2008

Quadratics Using Ti Calculator, Samuel Simpson

Lesson Plans

Objectives: Graph linear equations using a graphing calculator. Observe the effects of opposite coefficients and adding a constant to y = ax. Complete tables and answer questions using equations, tables, and graphs.


Absolute Values And Inequalities Using Ti-Calculator, Marc Coffie Oct 2006

Absolute Values And Inequalities Using Ti-Calculator, Marc Coffie

Lesson Plans

Using the TI-83 Graphing Calculator, students will learn about inequalities and graphing absolute value functions.


Walking The Graph, Beth Hall Oct 2006

Walking The Graph, Beth Hall

Lesson Plans

Students use the TI-84 Calculators to examine graphs. They will learn about distance between points, time, and increasing and decreasing slopes.


Use Of Quadratic Roots In Acid- Base Ph Calculations, Richard Hendricks Sep 2006

Use Of Quadratic Roots In Acid- Base Ph Calculations, Richard Hendricks

Lesson Plans

Students will make a program for the TI calculator to find both roots of a quadratic equation, regardless of the parameters.


Phase Changes - Vaporization, Phillip Gauldin Sep 2006

Phase Changes - Vaporization, Phillip Gauldin

Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students Observe vaporization of various liquids Obtain data from a demonstration Describe the vaporization process Graph demonstration data using a TI calculator Compare the vaporization of two liquids


How To Graph Systems Of Linear Inequalities Using Graphing Calculator, Ijeoma B. Okafor Sep 2006

How To Graph Systems Of Linear Inequalities Using Graphing Calculator, Ijeoma B. Okafor

Lesson Plans

Solving Inequalities in one variable

Solving Inequalities using tables and graphs

Using Relational Operators to Graph Linear Inequalities


Families Of Graph, Pablo Lopez Aug 2006

Families Of Graph, Pablo Lopez

Lesson Plans

Student will be able to identify families of graph.


Graphic Representation Of Data, Bonnie Bush Aug 2006

Graphic Representation Of Data, Bonnie Bush

Lesson Plans

To introduce students to TI-84 technology To show graphic representation of data


Line Of Best Fit (Trend Line), John Picarella Aug 2006

Line Of Best Fit (Trend Line), John Picarella

Lesson Plans

Students will use math modeling to provide a means of presenting and interpreting data collected and entered into the calculator, and then determine the formula for the line of best fit (trend line) for the data collected. They will determine the correlation between the data collected and the line and then interpolate and extrapolate additional data points.


Architectural Design – Roofs And Ramps, Maria Huot Aug 2006

Architectural Design – Roofs And Ramps, Maria Huot

Lesson Plans

Objectives: • To have students design and calculate ramps and roofs controlling slope, as a major constraint in the design process. • To impose a grid on a line to quantify the steepness of a line • To introduce slope as the ratio of the vertical change divided by the horizontal change. • To illustrate the slope characteristic of lines a positive, zero, negative, or undefined (no slope) • To associate the terms with the appropriate graph of a line: increasing, horizontal, decreasing, or vertical. • To observe that the slope of a straight line is constant • To apply these mathematical concepts in the solution of ...


Solve System Of Equations By Graphing, Sarah Heigl Aug 2006

Solve System Of Equations By Graphing, Sarah Heigl

Lesson Plans

Students will be able to solve systems of equations by graphing Students will be able to navigate the TI-84 graphing calculator Students will model real-world problems with systems of equations and inequalitites Students will apply axiomatic structure to algebra


Exploring Global Warming Using Ti Calculator, Agent Sheets And Gis, Caroline Rodriguez, Maria Huot, Sarah Heigl, Patrick Chierichella, Reggie Sherrill Aug 2006

Exploring Global Warming Using Ti Calculator, Agent Sheets And Gis, Caroline Rodriguez, Maria Huot, Sarah Heigl, Patrick Chierichella, Reggie Sherrill

Lesson Plans

Performance Objectives 1. Students will manipulate the Agent Sheets model in order to see the direct correlation between CO2, temperature, polar ice caps and the rising seas (sea level) 2. Students will hypothesize and develop conclusions 3. Students will answer questions based on the data graphed on the TI calculator 4. Students will learn how to enter data to calculate and plot a graph 5 Students will review how to label a graph 6. Students will produce a graph and find correlation between the temperature and CO2


Box And Whisker Plots, Beth Hall Aug 2006

Box And Whisker Plots, Beth Hall

Lesson Plans

Students will learn how to create box and whisker plots through the use of the TI graphing calculator from data that they collected and entered into STAT List. Lesson reinforces the collection of basic statistics from 1-Var Stats in the graphing calculator.


Exponential And Logistic Growth Curves Model, Juan Betancourt Aug 2006

Exponential And Logistic Growth Curves Model, Juan Betancourt

Lesson Plans

Students will compare logistic and exponential growth and contrast on their similarities and differences.


Using The Ti 84, Carrie Seitz Aug 2006

Using The Ti 84, Carrie Seitz

Lesson Plans

Mathematical Concept or “key idea” that modeling will be used to teach: Students use mathematical modeling/ multiple representation to provide a means of presenting, interpreting, communicating, and connecting mathematical information and relationships


Exploring Quadratic Functions Using Ti Calculator, Elizabeth Watkins Aug 2006

Exploring Quadratic Functions Using Ti Calculator, Elizabeth Watkins

Lesson Plans

To understand a quadratic equation and its graph. To have students explore and discover what the a, b, and c mean in a quadratic equation using the graphing calculator and also identify vertex.


Exploring Trigonometry With Ti-Calculator, Megan Bonacci Aug 2006

Exploring Trigonometry With Ti-Calculator, Megan Bonacci

Lesson Plans

Students will demonstrate their knowledge of trigonometry concepts. Students will use the TI- 84 graphing calculator to correctly identify lengths of the missing side of a triangle using trigonometry concepts. Students will work cooperatively during group instruction.


The Normal Curve, Evan Brauer Aug 2006

The Normal Curve, Evan Brauer

Lesson Plans

Understand the concepts and properties of The Normal Curve Understand when The Normal Curve can be used, and what types of questions it will answer.


Global Warming: Can We Help Curb The Warming Trend?, Fayne Winter, Janet Seigel, Renee Gambino, Stephen Ezell Aug 2006

Global Warming: Can We Help Curb The Warming Trend?, Fayne Winter, Janet Seigel, Renee Gambino, Stephen Ezell

Lesson Plans

Students will read the following articles to become familiar with the idea of global warming, what experts are saying, and how carbon dioxide is believed to contribute to this condition.


Integer Coefficients Using Ti Calculator, Karie Shaw Aug 2006

Integer Coefficients Using Ti Calculator, Karie Shaw

Lesson Plans

Students will multiply a binomial by a monomial or a binomial(integer coefficients)


Linear Relationship Between Air Pressure And Temperature Using Ti Calculator, Nate Ruder Jul 2006

Linear Relationship Between Air Pressure And Temperature Using Ti Calculator, Nate Ruder

Lesson Plans

There are many relationships within Meteorology that can be interpreted through math. Specifically, the relationship between air temperature and evaporation is a linear relationship. As air temperature increases, then evaporation increases and there is more water vapor in the air.


Fruit Fly Population Growth Using Ti Calculator, Samuel Ibezin Jul 2006

Fruit Fly Population Growth Using Ti Calculator, Samuel Ibezin

Lesson Plans

Objective: In this activity, students will enter experimental data from the Fruit Fly Population Growth into TI – 83 Plus calculator and use the information from the data to develop a graph. Draw some conclusions based on the data and the graph.


Exploring Trigonometric Functions On The Ti Calculator, Wilson Burgos Jul 2006

Exploring Trigonometric Functions On The Ti Calculator, Wilson Burgos

Lesson Plans

Students will: graph sine and cosine functions; observe what happens as they change the value of a (amplitude) and b (frequency); learn how to calculate the period of a sine or cosine function. recognize, use, and represent algebraically patterns, relations, and functions; build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving; make and investigate mathematical conjectures


Graphing Quadratic Equations Using Ti Calculator, Sandy Zalewski Jul 2006

Graphing Quadratic Equations Using Ti Calculator, Sandy Zalewski

Lesson Plans

Objectives:

Students will be able to represent a quadratic relationship as an equation, a table and a graph

Students will be able to find the maximum point using the calculator, a graph, and a table

Student will be able to write an equation to represent a quadratic relationship


Understanding Data Using A Ti Calculator, Neill Paul Ii Jul 2006

Understanding Data Using A Ti Calculator, Neill Paul Ii

Lesson Plans

• Students will understand how to input and analyze various data sets by using their graphing calculators.

• Students will grasp the importance of having numerous measures of average, in order to understand what their data actually shows.

• Students will capable of applying the importance of statistics to real life scenarios, specifically science.


Regression Equations Using Ti Calculator, Stephen Ezell Jul 2006

Regression Equations Using Ti Calculator, Stephen Ezell

Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students will be able to apply previously learned mathematics to a real life problem. Students will understand and be able to apply the use of regression equations to solve problems. Students will understand that mathematics is not just numbers on paper but really helpful in solving problems. Students will also understand the terms of domain and range and how they are used.


Greenhouse Gas, Janet Seigel Jul 2006

Greenhouse Gas, Janet Seigel

Lesson Plans

Students will learn 1. the use of the TI -84 graphing calculator. 2. To plot CO2 data to more easily see trends in the data and make predictions about what might possibly occur should current trends persist over time. 3. To compare the levels of 4 different “greenhouse gases” over a period of approximately 30 years. 4. To look at the impact that legislation banning the use of CFC’s has had on atmospheric levels of these ozone-damaging chemicals.


Population Standard Deviation Using Ti Calculator, Kevin Westrich Jul 2006

Population Standard Deviation Using Ti Calculator, Kevin Westrich

Lesson Plans

Calculate the population standard deviation for a set of data.