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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Finding solutions to two linear simultaneous equations is straight forward, until someone puts a parameter in it! Including parameters changes the complexity of the question, so using a slider to provide a visualisation of the problem can make things a lot easier to understand.




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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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One Giant Leaf for Mankind is a projectbased STEM activity that explores photosynthesis and will engage your students in the engineering design process while using TINspire™ technology. and the TIInnovator™ Hub.



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Exploring the Depths with Uniform Motion is a projectbased STEM activity that explores uniform motion and will engage your students in the engineering design process while using TINspire™ technology. and the TIInnovator™ Hub.



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In the "Dilations Lesson Bundle", students will explore dilations and their properties. Throughout the lessons, students will be encouraged to make observations related to their investigations, leading them to discover the properties of dilated figures.



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How does the magical black box produce values for sin(x)? Something as simple as a quadratic function can produce values for sin(x) with remarkable accuracy. Increase the degree of this polynomial slightly and the results are really impressive. This activity involves simple applications of the factor theorem, differential calculus and is a great launching point for the mean value theorem.




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Use these English practice questions from the Princeton Review® to help prepare for the ACT®.



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Use these Math practice questions from the Princeton Review® to help prepare for the ACT®.



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Use these Biology practice questions from the Princeton Review® to help prepare for the AP®.



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Use these Chemistry practice questions from the Princeton Review® to help prepare for the AP®.



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Use these Calculus practice questions from the Princeton Review® to help prepare for the AP®.



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Use these Economic practice questions from the Princeton Review® to help prepare for the AP®.



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