# Algebra Lesson Plan Templates in High School Math

Find free High School Math Lesson Plan Templates on Algebra.

## Rate-Time-Distance Problem 1

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2016
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Videos by Julie Harland http://yourmathgal.com Solves this word problem using uniform motion rt=d formula: Two cyclists start at the same corner and...

## Rate-Time-Distance Intro: rt=d

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2016
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Videos by Julie Harland http://yourmathgal.com This is an introduction to solving word problems on uniform motion (rate-time-distance) using the...

## Percent Mixture Problem #4

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2016
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Videos by Julie Harland http://yourmathgal.com Explains using picture how to solve this percent mixture problem using one variable: How much water...

## Percent Mixture Problem #3

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2016
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Videos by Julie Harland http://yourmathgal.com Explains using picture how to solve this percent mixture problem using one variable: Five pounds of...

## Percent Mixture Problem #2

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2016
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Videos by Julie Harland http://yourmathgal.com Explains using picture how to solve this percent mixture problem using one variable: How many pounds...

## Percent Mixture Problem #1

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2016
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Videos by Julie Harland http://yourmathgal.com Explains using picture how to solve this percent mixture problem using one variable: How many pounds...

## Super Bowl Advertising Regressions & scatter plots

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2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• High School
A great resource for when football season is coming to an end. This activity will have students examine the change in Super Bowl commercial costs...

## Linear (Perimeter) and Quadratic (Area) Function

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2018
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• Creating Equations
• High School
model both linear and quadratic functions then evaluate with the specific value of x. Students connect (review) Geometry concept along with learning...

## Real Life Example with Rational Eq linking Slope

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2016
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• Creating Equations
• High School
First pdf file is received from my colleague which is originally from the "Illustrative Math" - See bottom of 2nd page for detailed source. I later...

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2016