In Chemistry Made Easy  Trial Edition, students will use TINspire™ technology to explore common chemistry problems utilizing stepbystep processes.




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In Physics Made Easy  Trial Edition, students will use TINspire™ technology to explore common physics problems utilizing stepbystep processes.




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In Trigonometry Made Easy  Trial Edition, students will use TINspire™ technology to explore common trig problems utilizing stepbystep processes.




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In Differential Equations Made Easy  Trial Edition, students will use TINspire™ technology to explore differential equations problems utilizing stepbystep processes.




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In Statistics Made Easy  Trial Edition, students will use TINspire technology to explore common statistics problems utilizing stepbystep processes.




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In Algebra Made Easy  Trial Edition, students will use TINspire technology to explore common algebra problems utilizing stepbystep processes.




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This activity brings together a range of ideas from Activity 1 and 2 using a combination of rotation and dilation matrices and a very powerful visual and algebraic approach. The activity gives function to the use of matrices and highlights how relatively complicated expressions can be determined very easily. Students connect many aspects of the Specialist Mathematics course in a single activity that is sure to engage students.




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Model the optimization area problem for fencing on 3 sides. In Year 1, a linear relation between length and width is demonstrated. In Year 2, a quadratic relation between area and width is demonstrated. In year 3, students can compare their Calculus solution with the one provided on the Math Notes page. In addition, there is an activity to learn how to construct the TINspire fence problem. Selfdirected instructions with keystrokes are included with each activity.




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Model twentyone classic optimization problems involving area, volume and distance using multiple representations. Assign these problems for students to solve by Calculus. Then have the students compare their solutions with those presented on TINspire’s Math Notes pages. Selfdirected instructions with keystrokes are included with each activity.




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Students learn the quadratic equation in vertex form by modeling President Obama shooting hoops. Then attempt to hit a holeinone on 3 holes of golf by determining the equation of the flight of the ball. The activity concludes with a 10question quiz.




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The famous designs of Santiago Calatrava represent beautiful examples of the synergy between mathematics, engineering and architecture. In this activity students model the cables of the “Bridge of Stings” in Jerusalem using a family of straight lines. The envelope formed by these straight lines can also be modelled by a single equation defining the curve. Students determine equations to straight lines, solve simultaneous equations, generate parametric equations and finally a single equation to model the resulting curve.




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In the Reflections “lesson bundle”, students will explore reflections and their properties. Throughout the lessons, students are encouraged to make observations related to their investigations, leading them to discovering the properties of reflected figures.



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In Calculus, finding a derivative involves using chain, product, quotient or power rule depending on the function given. This activity will show you the correct rule and how it is applied step by step.




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Change sliders and observe the effects on the graphs of the functions.



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One Small Bite for Man is a projectbased STEM activity that explores cellular respiration and will engage your students in the engineering design process while using TINspire™ CX with the TIInnovator™ Hub.



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