# Month: June 2015

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## New Buzzmath Activity – Identify Functions of a Graph

For every tick there’s a tock, for every ying there’s a yang and for every input there is an output. Well, this is true if you are a function. What […]

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## New Buzzmath activity – Graphing Proportional Relationships

Remember those unit rates you taught way back when? Well we are using them again as we explore proportional relationships in graphs. Dollars per pound, amount paid per hour, miles […]

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## New BuzzMath Activity – Locate and Compare Irrational Numbers

Will irrational ever be rational? In the activity Estimating and Locating Irrational Numbers, students find rational estimations for irrational numbers, and approximate their locations on a number line. This entire […]

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## New BuzzMath Activity – Rewriting Expressions when Problem Solving

At this level of the journey into mathematics, students are often writing expressions to solve problems. Many students, however, do not believe that this math applies to their daily lives. […]

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## New BuzzMath Activity – Compare Two Functions Represented in Different Ways

My function is bigger than your function. I’m pretty sure it is safe to say the magnitude of functions is very rarely the topic of a sibling or lovers quarrel, […]

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## How to introduce student to Scientific Notation?

How many pounds does an ant weigh? As you can imagine, not very many. In fact, much less than one pound and more like .000004 pounds. Now can you imagine […]

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## New BuzzMath Activity – Using Cube Roots to Represent Solutions to Equations

We’ve mastered the square….now bring on the cube!  Using Cube Roots to Represent Solutions to Equations begins with connecting a students understanding and knowledge of working with square roots to the […]