Algebra Lesson Plan Templates in High School Math

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Percent Mixture Problem #4
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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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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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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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Videos by Julie Harland http://yourmathgal.com Explains using picture how to solve this percent mixture problem using one variable: How many pounds...
Finding equation of quadratic number pattern
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
In this video I have shown how you can find the equation of a quadratic number pattern of the total number of matches in a matchstick pattern
Application of differentiation
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
In this video I have shown how you can use differentiation to find the maximum volume when open an open box from a metal sheet 10 m by 8 m by cutting...
Modeling a linear function.
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Students use styrofoam cups to create a box for any given number of cups. Inquiry based lesson where students use excel or a graphing calculator to...
Solving Systems of Equations- Elimination Method
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Elimination Method Quiz - 3 copies per sheet.
Solving Systems of Equations Quiz
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Assessment of 3 methods of solving systems- Graphing, Substitution, Elimination Method. Just add a small picture of a graph for the first two...
Solving Systems of Equations Quiz Re-Take
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  • Creating Equations
  • High School
Just like the first quiz, only with different problems! Add a graph to the first two problems to create uniform responses.