Created on: October 26, 2007

Website Address: https://library.curriki.org/oer/Pre-Calculus-18777

TABLE OF CONTENTS

- Trigonometry
- Pre-Algebra
- Math B
- Geometry
- Algebra II
- Pre-Calculus
- Calculus
- Statistics
- Halloween Logic Puzzles

- Take the A Train
- Buy One get X Free
- Exploring Rational Functions
- Sale
- TheSwitchboardProblem lp
- Introduction to Polynomials
- Linear Programming
- Quickest Route
- Transformation rules
- Graphing reflections
- Graphing reflections
- Transformations project
- Transformations power point lesson
- Interactive Math Websites

Lesson Plans and Creatcie Lessons for Pre-Calculus Classroom

This lesson has students investigate the notion of a limit using a ratio between distances. The lesson introduces the idea of asymptotic behavior and limits at infinity.

This activity deals with the fundamental notion of a limit. The activity has students analyze a real world business scenario and to explore limits by looking at trends in data.

This lesson has students compare and contrast differences between rational functions to understand vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, and removable and non removable discontinuities.

This activity deals with the fundamental notion of a limit. The activity has students analyze a real world business scenario and to explore limits by looking at trends in data.

This lesson uses the idea of optimization to minimize distances between three different points. Students use The Geometers Sketchpad to explore and to generate data, and then use that data to hypothesize a function to describe the situation.

Students explore relationships in polynomial graphs using a graphing calculator. This activity has students compare and contrast features of graphs and make general function about the degree of a function and its behavior.

An investigation to help students practice solving linear programming problems.

Students use coordinate distances, as well as idea of a rate, to figure out the quickest path a man must take to slake his thirst.

Worksheet designed to review the transformation rules

Students will graph various pre-images and their images and answer questions in order to determine the rule for graphing reflections in the x and y axes.

Students will graph various pre-images and their images and answer questions in order to determine the rule for graphing reflections in the x and y axes.

Project guidelines on graphing transformations

Intro lesson on the definitions of dilations, translations, rotations and reflections and where they can be seen in art, architecture, nature, etc.

This resource is a list sorted by subject and individual lessons that include web pages for students to obtain extra practice.