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Solve it all - parody of Taylor Swift's Shake it Off Vocals: Rachel Ross, Jeff Welton Words and production by Jeff Welton...

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Teams of 8th grade math students participated in a math quest. Questions were based on common core learning targets on exponents and scientific notation. Students were given 6 health points (the pink slips of paper attached to the clipboard) and a timer t...

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Differentiation by Duplication group. Using the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing side of a right triangle from a diagram....

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Differentiation by Duplication group. Using the Pythagorean Theorem to solve real-world word problems....

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A method of differentiation that allows one teacher to lead multiple lessons at the same time. Developed by Brad Barringer and implemented by Jeffrey Welton...

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Learn about the Buffalo area Junior Solar Sprint. For more information visit www.jssbuffalo.com or email jssbuffalo@yahoo.com...

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Michaela demonstrates how to find the roots (solutions) of a quadratic using the Quadratic Equation. Student project....

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Shana and Alexis demonstrate how to expand a logarithmic expression. Student project....

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Jauana demonstrates how to find the sum and product of the roots of a quadratic equation. Student project....

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Carissa demonstrated when and how to calculate permutations and combinations. Student project....

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Antoine and Adrian show how to calculate binomial probability. Student project....

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Shelby and Chimone present a discussion on bias in a statistical survey. Student project....

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Martina shows several measures of central tendency including mean, median, mode, range and interquartile range. Student project...

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Hayley uses the TI-84 plus to demonstrate how to identify and find the regression equation for a table of values. Student project....

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Crystal shows how to simplify powers of i, the imaginary number. Student project....

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Raychel presents how to find the mising value in a frequency table given the mean. Student project....

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Flipped assignment 11/3 for Algebra2/Trigonometry This lesson shows you how to find the Binomial probability with the phrase "at least" or "at most" in the question....

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Flipped assignment 11.2 for Algebra2/Trigonometry This lesson shows you how to find the binomial probability of a series of events when the problem includes the word "exactly"...

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Flipped assignment 11.1 for Algebra2/Trigonometry This lesson shows you how to find permutations, combinations and how to distinguish between the two....

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A parody of Taylor Swift's "Trouble" performed by the Health Sciences Charter School Algebra II, Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry classes. Vocals by Candace Addison. Lyrics and production by J. Welton. Instrumental by Radio City DJs....

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Flipped assignment 10.3 for Algebra2/Trigonometry This lesson shows you how to find the missing value in a frequency table if you know the mean...

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Flipped assignment 10.2 for Algebra2/Trigonometry This lesson shows you how to find the mean, median, mode, range and interquartile range from a frequency table...

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Flipped assignment 10.1 for Algebra2/Trigonometry This lesson shows you how to find the mean, median, mode, range and interquartile range for a list of numbers...

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A parody of Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" performed by the Health Sciences Charter School Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus classes. Singing by Khaleah Moore and Raychel Adamson. Words and production by J. Welton. Instrumental by qu...

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This video demonstrates how to factor a polynomial by grouping....

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A good way to learn the Quadratic Formula is to sing it. I found it fits well to "Pop Goes the Weasel". Here is a demonstration with the funny face feature....

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Here is an example of how to use the Quadratic Formula to solve a Quadratic Equation....

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Here is an example of how to use the Quadratic Formula to solve a Quadratic Equation....

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A nice way to memorize the Quadratic Formula is to sing it. Here is a version sung to the tune of "Pop Goes the Weasel"....

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A nice way to memorize the Quadratic Formula is to sing it. Here is a version sung to the tune of "Pop Goes the Weasel"....

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Cullan demonstrates how to find the sum and product of the factors of a quadratic equation when given the trinomial. Student project....

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Cullan demonstrates how to find the sum and product of the factors of a quadratic equation when given the trinomial. Student project....

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Rebecca demonstrates how to factor a trinomial by using the Quadratic Formula. Student project....

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Ashley describes how to find the sum of a finite arithmetic sequence using two formulas. Student project....

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Instead of memorizing the exact values of the trigonometric functions you can remember the Sine and Cosine of 0, 30, 45, 60 and 90 degrees by counting on your fingers. A quick way to find the Sin and Cos using your hand....

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Instead of memorizing the exact values of the trigonometric functions you can remember the Sine and Cosine of 0, 30, 45, 60 and 90 degrees by counting on your fingers. A quick way to find the Sin and Cos using your hand....

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This video will show you how to divide a polynomial by a binomial using sythnetic division. In part 1 there is no remainder. In part 2 there is a missing term and a remainder....

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This video will show you how to divide a polynomial by a binomial using sythnetic division. In part 1 there is no remainder. In part 2 there is a missing term and a remainder....

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This video will show you how to divide a polynomial by a binomial using sythnetic division. In part 1 there is no remainder. In part 2 there is a missing term and a remainder....

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At the end of the job interview you are usually asked if you have any questions. This is a student project making suggestions on which questions to ask....

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At the end of the job interview you are usually asked if you have any questions. This is a student project making suggestions on which questions to ask....

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First impressions are very important for the job interview including those just walking in the door....

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