**ALgebra products**

## Data Analysis & probability

**How students spend their 168 hours/week**- statistical and graphical analysis of how 168 hours per week are spent

**Birthday Probability -**collect classmate birthday data and use that data to apply to basic probability

**Thanksgiving Graph Analysis -**read the article and answer graph analysis questions relating to the most popular Thanksgiving Side dishes.

## Graphing linear functions

**Graph Point Slope Form Using Desmos.com -**use Desmos.com to gain understanding of writing equations of lines in Point Slope Form and finding Domain and Range

**Guess What? Graph Game**

**-**Like the game Guess Who, students use

*yes*and

*no*questions to narrow down the chosen graph. Graphs include linear, quadratic, trigonometric, inequality, and systems.

**Inverse Function Investigation Using Desmos.com**

**-**introductory activity to investigate properties of inverse functions

**Parallel and Perpendicular Slopes: An Envelope Activity -**practice matching parallel and perpendicular slopes

**Prom Graph Analysis-**analyze graphs based on the prom experience

**Translating Equations from Standard From to Slope Intercept Form--**given various clues (such as the standard form of the equation of a line, point slope form, slope, x intercept, y intercept, and 2 random points) to find the remaining characteristics of a line

**Scatterplot, Point Slope Form, Slope Intercept Form and Fast Food -**analyze calories and fat for fast food sandwiches in order to create a scatterplot, generate a line of best fit, create equations in Slope Intercept Form and Point Slope Form, make predictions and inferencess

## quadratics

**Factor FOIL: Practice & Activity -**10 question practice matching factor/FOIL & cards for a variety of activities to assess understanding

**Smile! A Parabola Activity -**discover properties of parabolas while comparing the parabola students' dental arches

**Factor ax2 + bx + c: Dry Erase Mat/Graphic Organizer -**help students organize their ideas for pairs of factors

## Systems of equations & inequalities

**Systems of Inequalities and Grades -**students use systems of inequalities to determine what grades they need for their 2nd quarter and exam to earn a particular grade for the semester

**Inequalities and Fundraising Goals -**use knowledge of graphing systems of inequalities (or linear programming) to propose fundraising goals