This Easibook illustrates how to write a formula from written information. It gives the opportunity to substitute numbers into the derived formula, before illustrating changing the subject of a formula.

In this game, students substitute the value of letters in simple expressions to find the numerical value of a card and move on to the next point around a track.

For this activity students will work in groups to graph a quadratic function and find the value of the discriminant. Conjectures about the value of the discriminant and its relationship to the number and type of zeros will be formed.

This Easibook illustrates how to calculate the speeds of some different animals from their distance-time graphs and make comparisons between the graphs in relation to the slopes and scales.

For this activity students will work in groups to graph a quadratic function and find the value of the discriminant. Conjectures about the value of the discriminant and its relationship to the number and type of zeros will be formed.

This activity is about functions involving e. This lesson reviews the Compound Interest Formula and connects it to the Continuous Change Model. Students will be able to compare the results using both models and see that compounding continuously yields better results.

A lesson focusing on arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. It also demonstrates the formulas to find the sum of arithmetic and finite geometric series.