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Numberless Quadratics Activity
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"But Miss, these word problems don't have any numbers!" "You're right! They're numberless word problems!"
Hands-on geometric transformations in the coordinate plane
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Last week, I wrote a post about using a hole punch to find function inverses in the coordinate plane. A few people asked on Facebook if the ...
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How to find inverse functions with a hole punch
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Are your algebra or algebra 2 students learning how to find inverse functions? Here's how to make the process of finding function invers...
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What the heck are fraction exponents?
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Fractional exponents (a.k.a. rational exponents) are a little weird. They force us to think backwards, to ask, "What number multiplied ...
Exponents using Visual Models (video)
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Why is a number raised to the zero power equal to 1? And why do terms with negative exponents become fractions? Are we able to see this thro...
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Print and Digital Math Puzzles
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My daughter and I recently worked on a 550-piece puzzle, which took us just under a week to complete. We worked on it on the floor a bit eac...
Practice Makes Better poster
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Perfect is so overrated. Practicing to get better is a much more attainable goal and so much less intimidating. I made this Practice Makes B...
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