In this lesson, students will use a simulation to explore a 3way tug o' war where students supply a third equilibrant force to balance two other forces.



 TINspire™ CX
 TINspire™ CX CAS
 TINspire™ Navigator™
 TINspire™
 TINspire™ CAS

4949



Students will study graphs of light intensity at various distances from a light sensor. They will use power and linear regressions to determine the relationship between light intensity and distance from the light source. They will also develop their own models for the relationship.




4614



In this lesson, students will investigate the relationship between magnetic field strength and distance.



 TINspire™ CX
 TINspire™ CX CAS
 TINspire™
 TINspire™ CAS

9272



Students use the CBR 2™ to gather distance and time data for various walking speeds. They observe the effect of change in direction and speed of motion on distance versus time graphs. Students interpret and analyze graphs, calculate slope and relate rate of change to slope.



 TI73 Explorer™
 TINavigator™

5192



This electrical engineering activity uses a TI graphing calculator to analyze AC circuits including sine waves, capacitance and inductive reactance, solving series AC circuits, and RMS calculations.



 TI89 / TI89 Titanium
 TI92 Plus / Voyage™ 200

778



Students explore a model of alternating electric current. They observe the effects of varying voltage, angular velocity, frequency, and phase shift on the shape of the waveform. They also calculate the relative phase shift between two waveforms. Finally, they create a model of a threephase alternating current.




4880



Different surfaces absorb and radiate radiation at different rates.
In this activity you will analyze the absorption and radiation rates of two surfaces by monitoring the temperature changes of each of them.




4960



This activity assesses students' knowledge and understanding of acceleration and force.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TI89 / TI89 Titanium
 TI92 Plus / Voyage™ 200
 TINavigator™

5626



Students explore the total voltage provided by several batteries in a series to a batteryoperated device. They graph scatter plots, understand multiplication as repeated addition, and use a pattern to develop a formula. They learn how to develop a formula from a pattern of increasing voltage and graph increase in voltage in the form of a scatter plot.



 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family

5128



Students collect data on the rate at which coffee filters fall.




4266



Students will explore their preconceptions and counterintuition with an apparently "easy" averaging problem




103



In this lesson, students will simulate, observe and manipulate the variables of lever and fulcrum as well as force vectors and torque.



 TINspire™ Apps for iPad®
 TINspire™ CX
 TINspire™ CX CAS

2167



In this activity, students explore the conditions necessary to produce static equilibrium using first, second, and thirdclass levers.



 TINspire™ CX
 TINspire™ CX CAS
 TINspire™
 TINspire™ CAS

8697



Students use equations to model transverse sinusoidal waves.




4507



Students use a precompiled data set to determine the relationship between magnetic field strength and the distance from a magnet.




4571


