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32 threads found:
  1. Teaching Sequences and Series to 11th graders
    Teaching sequence and series to 11th graders with no calculus background
    - Date of thread's last activity: 12 November 2006

  2. Purpose of functions
    The value of the term function and the assignment of f(x)= instead of y=.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 30 December 2006

  3. Pre-calculus
    A discussion of jobs that use polar coordinates and imaginary numbers
    - Date of thread's last activity: 20 January 2012

  4. Advanced Math projects
    Examples of possible math projects for high school students
    - Date of thread's last activity: 11 December 2006

  5. Right Triangles - Trigonometry
    Trigonometry problems using protractors
    - Date of thread's last activity: 17 September 2006

  6. Algebra I or Trigonometry
    Fun activities for algebra and trig
    - Date of thread's last activity: 2 November 2000

  7. Understanding trig functions
    How to help students understand when to apply sin, cos, tan
    - Date of thread's last activity: 14 June 2006

  8. Polar Graphs
    Real world application of polar coordinates and graphs
    - Date of thread's last activity: 19 October 2006

  9. Pre-calculus Project!
    Information and links to Pre-calculus projects
    - Date of thread's last activity: 10 May 2005

  10. Arc sin and Arc cos pictures and domain
    Understanding inverse trigonometric functions: arc sin and arc cosine
    - Date of thread's last activity: 9 August 2006

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