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Math Teacher Mambo: Basic Derivative Rules
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Math Teacher Mambo: Basic Derivative Rules

Math Teacher Mambo: Basic Derivative Rules

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Last year our school got "schooled" on Kagan strategies, and one I liked was "Quiz Quiz Trade".

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Math Teacher Mambo: Derivatives of inverse functions.
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Math Teacher Mambo: Related Rates
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Math Teacher Mambo: Volumes of Known Cross Sections
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Guided inquiry activity - Students use a straightedge and learn to graph the derivative of a function. They draw conclusions about the degree of the function and investigate second derivatives.
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Guided inquiry activity - Students use a straightedge and learn to graph the derivative of a function. They draw conclusions about the degree of the function and investigate second derivatives.
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Ok, let’s do this.  Not saying any of these things are life-changing, but I’m just helping my fellow precal teachers out with some resources. :) Day 1: Can you guess what type of graphs…
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Use the graph as a function or a derivative to determine characteristics such as extrema, rates of change, and limits.

Ok, let’s do this.  Not saying any of these things are life-changing, but I’m just helping my fellow precal teachers out with some resources. :) Day 1: Can you guess what type of graphs…

Ok, let’s do this.  Not saying any of these things are life-changing, but I’m just helping my fellow precal teachers out with some resources. :) Day 1: Can you guess what type of graphs…
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Calculus - Teaching Definite Integrals by Teaching High School Math!
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Calculus - Teaching Definite Integrals by Teaching High School Math!

Calculus - Teaching Definite Integrals by Teaching High School Math!

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Math Teacher Mambo: Trig Identity Match Up Activity

I& on my quest to try different things for the Trigonometric Identities unit. They explored last class, and today I wanted to get them star.

Match the Graphs of F and the Derivative of F  from jamesrahn on TeachersNotebook.com -  (8 pages)  - Are you looking for an activity that will help your students read information from the graph of F ' to create the graph of F or read information from the graph of F to create the graph of F '. These 24 cards can be used as a class and/or individ

Match the Graphs of F and the Derivative of F from jamesrahn on TeachersNotebook.com - (8 pages) - Are you looking for an activity that will help your students read information from the graph of F ' to create the graph of F or read information from the graph of F to create the graph of F '. These 24 cards can be used as a class and/or individ

My Students LOVE this, so will yours. Perfect for ALL calculus students, AB, BC, Honors and College!! This new Flip Book includes all 24 derivative formulas that students must learn to succeed in Calculus, plus some hints and examples. Two versions of the flip book are included, one with the formulas typed in and the other for the students to fill in themselves. The Flip Book is a perfect size- and oh so easy to put together - paper saver, too.

Calculus Derivative Formulas Flip Book Foldable

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U-Substitution Drills (highlight the "u" and "du") ad Derivative/Antiderivative Drills | Math Teacher Mambo

U-Substitution Drills (highlight the "u" and "du") ad Derivative/Antiderivative…

This FREE activity is designed to help your Calculus students with their year-end review of the four procedures that need no work shown using a graphing utility. There are 17 questions that cover these four procedures. 1. Graphing a function in an arbitrary window. 2. Finding zeros of a function. 3. Finding a numeric derivative. 4. Finding a numeric integral. There is also a handout for how to use the TI-NSPIRE CX-CAS calculator.

This FREE activity is designed to help your Calculus students with their year-end review of the four procedures that need no work shown using a graphing utility. There are 17 questions that cover these four procedures. 1. Graphing a function in an arbitrary window. 2. Finding zeros of a function. 3. Finding a numeric derivative. 4. Finding a numeric integral. There is also a handout for how to use the TI-NSPIRE CX-CAS calculator.

Calculus Concavity and Points of Inflection Foldable Flipbook Engaging Activity. This Flip Book reinforces Concavity and Points of Inflections usually taught in Unit 3, Applications of the Derivative. There are definitions, formulas, examples, and problems for students to complete plus 2 challenge problems on the back which is great for differentiation and early finishers. This makes a great study guide.

Calculus Concavity Points of Inflection Flip Book plus HW

Calculus Concavity and Points of Inflection Foldable Flipbook Engaging Activity…

Introductory lesson to Unit 3, Calculus. This innovative activity is designed for Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, and Calculus Honors. It is an introduction to Unit 3, Applications to the Derivative. In this activity, students use what they have learned about derivatives and slope to analyze and identify graphs based upon a table of values for f(x) and f ′(x).

Calculus Introduction to Curve Sketching with Derivatives QR Task Cards

Introductory lesson to Unit 3, Calculus. This innovative activity is designed for Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, and Calculus Honors. It is an introduction to Unit 3, Applications to the Derivative. In this activity, students use what they have learned about derivatives and slope to analyze and identify graphs based upon a table of values for f(x) and f ′(x).

Teaching High School Math: Fun Calculus Activities for Limits

Fun Calculus Activities for Limits

Teaching High School Math: Fun Calculus Activities for Limits

Math Teacher Mambo: Calculus: f and f ' graphs

Happy New Year! Happy New Calculus Activity. I'm not (okay, even sure my students fully grasp the challenging topic of how y = .

Calculus Derivative at a Point Hangman Game

Calculus Derivative at a Point Hangman Game

Calculus Derivative at a Point This is a game that students can use to practice finding the value of the derivative at a given point. Students choose a letter of the alphabet. They work the problem given. Then they check the answer blanks. If that answer

Math Teacher Mambo: Limits ... I have reached it!

We are done with our limits unit, and I made some changes (thanks Meg Craig! Our summary day was today with a mix of everything.

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