Identify functions from graphs



 TI73 Explorer™
 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™

6898



Teacher will use the TINavigator™ to submit graphs of absolute value functions and students will attempt to match the teacher graphs while logged on to TINavigator. Several questions are suggested to help students analyze the functions and internalize their understanding.



 TI73 Explorer™
 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™

5334



The activity uses Cabri Jr. and TINavigator™ to explore the angle between the branches of an absolute value function. By the end of the activity, absolute value functions will be connected to trigonometry. This activity can be used in an algebra 2/precalculus course where students are already familiar with absolute value and trigonometric functions. It can also be used to introduce students to the connections between functions in an algebra 1 or geometry course.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™

4913



Students use a nomograph, or type of function machine, to determine the rule of several functions by entering values of x and observing how the value of y changes.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

9770



Students simulate the process a surveyor would use to measure the width of a river by measuring length on one side of the river and angles formed by various reference points.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

6593



Students perform a simulation to measure the sound intensity at different distances from the source of a noise, and then use the data to develop an inverse variation model.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

8798



Released Algebra 2/Trigonometry NY Regents Exam from:
Fall 2009
June 2010
For copies of exams, please visit the following locations.
Integrated Algebra
Geometry
Algebra 2/Trig



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™
 TINspire™ CX
 TINspire™ CX CAS
 TINspire™ Navigator™
 TINspire™
 TINspire™ CAS

6675



This session will examine how the TI83+ can be used to improve instruction in Algebra II classes. We will look at different objectives from the Algebra II curriculum and examine several ways that calculators can improve student performance.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

5274



In this lesson, students will explore the properties of inverse variation functions by analyzing a scatter plot that is produced by the students. This lesson uses the Activity Center in TINavigator.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™

4873



The students will construct several rectangles with different dimensions, all having the same perimeter. The area of each rectangle is then computed and plotted against the width of each rectangle. The students will discover that the area is a quadratic function of the width. They will also discover that the rectangles attain a maximum area.



 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™

4809



Students explore the relationship between the value of b and c, in y = x^{2} + bx + c, form of the quadratic equation.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

8882



Students use formulas to find the differences of the consecutive terms, plot a scatter plot of each sequence, and determine that sequences with common differences (called arithmetic sequences) have scatter plots whose points form a straight line.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

9179



Students move a quadratic function in the coordinate plane to specific points to observe how the vertex form of the equation changes.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

9522



This activity can be used alone in math class or as an interdisciplinary unit. The activity can also be used as a unit or as a warmup or daily lesson for 80 days.
Students will 'visit' locations around the world much like in the book "Around the World in 80 Days." In TINavigator Activity Center, they will use their knowledge of mathematics and functions to submit equations to fit a line, curve, etc.. in the picture.



 TI73 Explorer™
 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™

5288



Students relate the graph of a rational function to the graphs of the polynomial functions of its numerator and denominator. Students graph these polynomials one at a time and identify their yintercepts and zeros. Using the handheld's manual manipulation functions, students can manipulate the graphs of the numerator and denominator functions and see the effect on the rational function.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

5040


