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Conics Word Problems and Systems of Equations

Conics Word Problems and Systems of Equations

A 25-page compilation of notes, examples, and questions involving conics -- applied to word problems and solving systems of equations. Designed to review algebra concepts and improve graphing skills. Topics include circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, parabolas, reciprocal functions, linear equations, factoring, and more. There are 2 practice tests with detailed answers. Thanks for visiting. Proceeds support TES and the Mathplane sites. Appreciate it!

By mathplane

Equation of a Circle Task Cards for Activity

Equation of a Circle Task Cards for Activity

Equation of a Circle Practice and Review is a super fun way to engage students in practice and review of the equations of a circle. Perfect for Algebra II and Pre-Calculus. One set of cards has graphs of circles and non-standard form equations, the other set of cards has equations to match. Students match the cards through games or math center activities. Students write the equation of the circle in standard center-radius form starting with graphs, radius and center, and non-standard form. What a great way to review Algebra 2 concepts? Can you say test prep? These cards review CCSS.HSA-REI.A.2. Multiple ways to use: - Set up at a math-center - Host a scavenger hunt - Play a whole class game - Play the classic game of concentration - Individual student practice and review A great addition to your Algebra II review and practice. Included in this ready to use set of cards: - Teacher directions for multiple ways to use - 12 equation cards and 12 matching solution cards - A student answer sheet - A complete answer key This purchase is for one teacher only. This resource is not to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. If you are interested in a site license, please contact me for a quote at docrunning@kulikuli.net. This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives.

By docrunning

Equations of Circles – Circuit Training

Equations of Circles – Circuit Training

Equations of Circles – Circuit Training Work out the problem in the cell #1. To advance in the circuit, find your answer and mark that cell #2. Work out that problem and then find your answer again. Continue working in this manner until you complete the circuit. There are 16 problems in this product. My students love doing these activities. Thank you for checking my resources.

By NewMathWorld

Maths mat

Maths mat

I found this on TES UK. I can’t remember who originally uploaded it but thank you.

By Freowiz

Printable Classroom Rules Sheet

Printable Classroom Rules Sheet

Classroom rules and expected standards for work presentation are outlined on this printable sheet for students to display in their books. Could also be used for classroom display.

By debbiewand

Finding the mid-point SETTLER ACTIVITY

Finding the mid-point SETTLER ACTIVITY

This activity supplies students with a grid of numbers and a series of questions. The answers to the questions are located somewhere in the grid. Once found, students shade in the answer. When complete there will be some answers unused. These are added to gain the target number. (3,4)

By Mathsbox1