Sequences, series, and adding up money, fast. Using Bugs Bunny and the old gag.
Do you use Foldables for student notes or guides? Are you going 1:1 or Google Classroom? I’ve made a template for the Google Slides version of a foldable that you can share with your students and they can use to present or review.
Pi Day of the Century 3.14.15 at 9:26 & 53 sec
Have a Circle Drawing Contest, Read some trivia, have fun!
Geoguessr: How good are your students at guessing where they are in the world?
- This activity compares distance from actual location to points scored
- Regression, Mean Absolute Deviation, and fun
Sweethearts Candy: How far will they go?
- This activity asks students to find the total production of Valentine’s Sweethearts, and see how far they’d stretch.
- Modeling, Conversions, Investigation
Confidence Intervals: Does Snicker’s Really Satisfy?
- Answering the age old question using confidence intervals to estimate the true weight of Snicker’s bars. Is Mars co selling us the truth?
- Confidence Intervals, AP Statistics
That’s a Ton of Snow…or is it?
- It snowed, a lot. I moved it. What is the weight of the snow I moved?
- Conversions, modeling, area, volume, weight and mass.
Internet Live Stats: Percent Change
- Internetlivestats.com shows how quickly tweets, posts, etc… are accumulating every moment. This activity uses that data for calculating Percent Change.
- Percents, change, time comparison
Writing Functions given complex solutions: a demonstration
- There’s the long way and the short way. This is the short way. It’s not a short cut, but another way to view it.
- Functions, complex numbers, writing functions
Am I Being Lied To: Prudential Stickers commercial
- When Prudential aired a commercial showing ages of the oldest person we know, they made their first mistake.
- AP Statistics, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, ethics
How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? Desmos regression
Appreciate the recommendation. Will try it out. math solver (Kristina)
Mathematics is vital in many domains, including natural
research, engineering, medicine, money and the public sciences.
Applied mathematics has led to new mathematical disciplines entirely, such
as information and game theory. Mathematicians also take part in pure mathematics, or mathematics because of its
own sake, with no any application at heart. There is absolutely no clear lines separating natural and applied
mathematics, and practical applications for what
commenced as pure mathematics are often discovered.