# Activities

• • • ##### Subject Area

• Math: Math General: General

• ##### Author 9-12

90 Minutes

• ##### Device
• TI-83 Plus Family
• TI-84 Plus
• TI-84 Plus Silver Edition
• ##### Software

StudyCards™ Creator
TI Connect™

• ##### Accessories

TI Connectivity Cable

## Math A Review 1

#### Activity Overview

These StudyCards™ stacks enable students to review concepts for the Math A Exam in New York.

#### Before the Activity

Download the TI StudyCards™ Creator Software on the calculator using one of these two methods:

• TI Connect™, a TI Connectivity Cable, and the Unit-to-Unit Link Cable
• TI-Navigator  send to class feature

• Review the StudyCards™ files prior to class.
Make sure the StudyCardApp is on all student calculators.

Transfer the StudyCard files to student calculators using one of these methods:
• StudyCard Creator send to device feature with a connectivity cable and unit-to-unit cables
• TI-Navigator System send to class feature (required method for TI-73 users)
• #### During the Activity

This activity is intended as a learning review. Students may work alone or in small groups You may wish to circulate the room to answer students' questions.

TI-Study03_math1.8xv covers:
scientific notation, factoring, linear equations, rate of change, rational numbers, operations on polynomials, percentages, coordinate geometry, substitution, quadratic equations, probability, finding locus, distributive property, and central tendency of data

TI-Study04_math2.8xv covers:
axis of symmetry, factoring, ratios, adding, dividing and multiplying polynomials, scientific notation, permutations, equations, mathematical reasoning, and inequalities

TI-Study05_math3.8xv covers: multiplicative identity, multiplication and subtraction of polynomials, inequalities, transformations, exponents, equations, percentages, circles, coordinate geometry, triangles, angle measurement, and polygons

#### After the Activity

Review student results:

• As a class, discuss questions that appeared to be more challenging
• Re-teach concepts as necessary