Students construct chords, secants, and tangents. From those constructions, they develop a …

Students construct chords, secants, and tangents. From those constructions, they develop a deeper understanding of the terms, as well as explore certain properties of the constructions.

In UCM, the net force called Fc is equal to mv2/r and …

In UCM, the net force called Fc is equal to mv2/r and is directed toward the center. This is demonstrated by an object that is suspended by a string and is moving in a circular path which makes a conical pendulum. In this experiment, you will measure the tension and the length of the string to show that net force Fc = mv2/r.

In this activity, students will investigate the relationship among the three types …

In this activity, students will investigate the relationship among the three types of rigid transformations - translations, rotations, and reflections.

This StudyCard stack is a teaching activity that demonstrates that the constant …

This StudyCard stack is a teaching activity that demonstrates that the constant rate of change idea is present in many situations outside the mathematics classroom.

In this activity, students will investigate the construction of circles that pass …

In this activity, students will investigate the construction of circles that pass through a given number of points. They will also investigate the number of points needed to generate a unique circle in a plane.

Given a circle, students will construct a diameter of the circle. They …

Given a circle, students will construct a diameter of the circle. They will use the following theorem: In the same circle, if one chord is a perpendicular bisector of another chord, then the first chord is a diameter.

Students use the Cabri Geometry II Plus software to solve a geometry …

Students use the Cabri Geometry II Plus software to solve a geometry problem. They move the vertex point that is common to two right triangles along the base to find the smallest possible sum of the length of the hypotenuse.

Students will solve discrete math problems involving permutations, factorials, and combinations. Students …

Students will solve discrete math problems involving permutations, factorials, and combinations. Students are responsible for deciding which is appropriate to solve a given word problem.

Students use a graphing calculator to create box-and-whisker plots and learn the …

Students use a graphing calculator to create box-and-whisker plots and learn the usefulness of them. Students identify the five summary statistical values of data sets - minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum values.

Students explore the relationship between two quantitative variables in bivariate data using …

Students explore the relationship between two quantitative variables in bivariate data using various x-y plots. They compare the relationships for several categories on the same plot. Students calculate the correlation coefficient to measure the strength and direction of the linear relationship that might exist between two variables.

Students sort data and display it graphically using various plots. They also …

Students sort data and display it graphically using various plots. They also get familiarized with statistical concepts like measures of spread and central tendency.

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