• Exploring Compound Interest Formula Using Stella

      Watkins, Elizabeth; The College at Brockport (2006-08-08)
      To explore Exponential Functions and Graphs. To know how to use the compound interest formula to calculate the amount of money in an account.
    • Graphing Linear Equations Using TI-Calculator

      Thomas, Tina; Trask, Jacob; The College at Brockport (2003-07-28)
      Students will be able to represent and analyze using verbal descriptions, tables, equations, and graphs working in groups of two within a given block period.
    • Graphing Linear Equations Using TI-Calculator

      Iacchetta, Dave; The College at Brockport (2008-05-01)
      My objective is to have students graph linear equations and determine if there is a solution to the system, in a variety of ways, in real time.
    • Graphing Quadratic Equations Using TI Calculator

      Zalewski, Sandy; The College at Brockport (2006-07-25)
      Objectives: Students will be able to represent a quadratic relationship as an equation, a table and a graph Students will be able to find the maximum point using the calculator, a graph, and a table Student will be able to write an equation to represent a quadratic relationship
    • Quadratics using Stella

      Zalewski, Sandy; The College at Brockport (2006-08-06)
      Objectives: Students will be able to identify points on the graph and explain what they represent Students will be able to find the maximum area, dimensions of specific rectangle and the perimeter using the graph and a table
    • Walking for Charity

      Camman, Cassandra; The College at Brockport (2006-08-06)
      This lesson introduces the students to a charity walk. The students look at three participants and start making decisions on which walking plan would be most beneficial to the charity.