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#### Balanced Assessment: Advanced High School Math Packet

Nineteen resources make up the Balanced Assessment: Advanced High School Math Packet designed to test learners' knowledge in Algebra II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus classes. To demonstrate their understanding of concepts related to these...

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#### Rockets Educator Guide

The 17 resources in NASA’s Rockets Educator Guide provide young scientists and engineers an opportunity to engage in experiments as they examine images of more than 2,00 years of rockets. Scholars then read articles that provide an...

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#### Exploring Space Through Math: Geometry

Young mathematicians use their knowledge of geometry and precalculus to study the movement of the robotic arm on the International Space Station (ISS) and the flight pattern of NASA’s C-9 jet. In addition, they use spherical coordinates...

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#### Exploring Space Through Math: Geometry

The Exploring Space Through Math series offers six geometry lessons that use NASA resources to teach learners how to use the mathematics of deductive and spatial reasoning. They use geometry to compare the dimensions of the NBL pool, the...

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#### Exploring Space Through Math: Algebra II

The three lessons in the Algebra II series Exploring Space Through Math expand learners’ knowledge of algebraic thinking and symbolic reasoning and encourage them to connect algebra and geometry. Activities include calculating the number...

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#### WindWise Education Curriculum

Imagine a world powered by wind! The 19 lessons in a curriculum set provide young environmental scientists the information they need to imagine just that. The set begins with a lesson on the difference between forms of energy and...

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#### EngageNY Geometry Module 2: Similarity, Proof, and Trigonometry

The Geometry Module 2: Similarity, Proof, and Trigonometry collection includes 36 lessons that are divided into five topics: Scale Drawings, Dilations, Similarity and Dilations, Applying Similarity to Right Triangles, and Trigonometry....

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#### Getting into Trig

Starting with right triangles (SOH-CAH-TOA) and working up to the concept of radians, this collection introduces students to trigonometric ratios and supports them in learning to evaluate trigonometric functions.

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#### Pythagorean Theorem: Not All Sides are Equal

You'll find fundamentals and advanced activities focused on the Pythagorean Theorem in this collection, which was designed for high schoolers but helpful for young geometrists of all ages!

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#### Math Handbook: Trigonometry

You'll be spinning in unit circles once you read through this jumbo-sized resource of everything you need to know about trigonometry. Each page has color-coded examples with explicit directions that detail the problems and formulas.

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#### Applications of Trigonometric Functions

Using trigonometric ratios to solve geometry and application problems is the focus of this detailed problem set and solution presentation. The presentation covers many ways to use trigonometry, from finding missing measures in right...

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#### GPS and Navigation

If you are navigating to find a terrific lesson plan on GPS (global positioning system) that incorporates math, geography, and science, then you have finally arrived! This is an ideal STEM lesson plan in which high schoolers learn the...

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#### Task: Range of Motion

If you have ever injured your shoulder, you know it takes a while to improve your arm's range of motion. In this real-world example, young mathematicians gain insight into the world of physical therapy while they analyze a case study...

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#### Access Ramp

Just about every public building that your students are familiar with has an access ramp which complies with ADA requirements. As it turns out, designing such a ramp is an excellent activity to incorporate slope, the Pythagorean Theorem,...

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#### Task: Miniature Golf

"Fore!" All right, no one really yells this out in miniature golf, but this well-defined activity will have your charges using lots of numbers in their unique design of a miniature golf hole. Included in the activity criteria is the...

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#### Task: Grain Storage

Farming is full of mathematics, and it provides numerous real-world examples for young mathematicians to study. Here, we look at a cylinder-shaped storage silo that has one flat side. Given certain dimensions, learners need to determine...

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#### Mt. Whitney to Death Valley

This is an intriguing problem that brings together real-world data, technology, and mathematical problem solving. If visibility wasn't an issue, could you see from the highest point in the lower 48 states, Mt. Whitney, to the lowest...

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#### Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem Using Transformations

Middle and high schoolers construct a triangle using Cabri Jr. They construct squares on each of the legs and hypotenuse of the triangle. Pupils show that the area of the squares on the leg equal the area of the square on the hypotenuse.

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#### Career Connections | Pipefitting and Plumbing

New ReviewGetting water to the drinking fountain and getting waste out of a building are just two jobs for pipefitters and plumbers. A short video details the education and training involved in this rewarding, hands-on career.

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#### Designing a Spectroscopy Mission

Design a mission over the rainbow. Small groups spend several weeks together determining a mission related to spectroscopy. The teams build spectrographs and analyze the design to determine whether it will carry out the mission. At the...

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#### Designing an Open Spectrograph

Take the class over the rainbow. Pairs or small groups follow directions to create a spectrograph. The pupils measure the angles formed by the different colors of the spectrum along with calculating the lengths formed by the spectrum and...

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#### Remodeling a Home

Get new flooring for as cheap as possible. Given a floor plan of a house, pupils determine the area of each room and the amount of necessary flooring. They then make selections for the flooring in every space, taking a budget into...

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#### Pirate Attack

Arr ye matey, it's time for some trig. Learners first read up on the 2010 attack on the USS Nicholas by a group of pirates and the testimony of one of the witnesses. They use right triangle trigonometry to determine if the account is...

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#### Finding the Largest Possible Area

If you want a bigger garden, here's a task for you. Given the perimeter of a triangular garden, scholars determine the largest possible area. They then generalize their findings and extend the idea to other polygons.