Identify functions from graphs



 TI73 Explorer™
 TI83 Plus Family
 TI84 Plus Family
 TINavigator™

6954



This activity combines both algebraic and graphical representations of transformations of any parent graph. The students are required to view an algebraic equation, list its parent graph, describe its transformations, and then graphically represent the equation by showing both the parent graph and its final transformation. It is a very flexible activity that can be easily edited.




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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™

5360



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™

4924



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

9790



This activity is similar to a function machine. The nomograph is comprised of two vertical number lines, input on the left and output on the right. The transformation of input to output is illustrated dynamically by an arrow that connects a domain entry to its range value. Students try to find the rule of hidden functions by entering different domain values. They also use a nomograph with three vertical number lines to explore composite functions, including the composition of inverse functions.



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

745



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. They then prove the Law of Sines and apply it to calculate the river's width, proving that no river is too wide to be measured with trigonometry.



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

666



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

6653



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

8806



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



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

4918



This activity provides sample questions for Algebra 2 EndofCourse Exam.



 TINspire™ CX
 TINspire™ CX CAS

205



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

6783



This is a review of solving equations, solving inequalities, solving a system, solving for an indicated variable and finding the solution for a system of equations in two variables.




748



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

5285



Students discover how the parameters of an equation of a parabola affect its graph and affect a realworld problem.




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