Your Friday Five for the Fourth Friday in February

This week’s title leaves us wondering if there are ever FIVE Fridays in February. Gotta be, right? Will any of us ever live to see such a February? Can you answer this question with Googling it? Please show your work.Either way, here’s your Friday Five, including exponential functions, dilations, calculus, composition, and regressions.Abe and Ben’s… Continue reading Your Friday Five for the Fourth Friday in February

Your Friday Five for February 19th

This week we have circles, reflections, two activities about velocity and a winking boy.Winking BoyAndrew Stadel and Chris Shore bring you this graphing challenge; a simplified Desman in which students try to match the image by graphing linear equations and (optionally) inequalities. Any student who can graph a line can make satisfying progress on Winking… Continue reading Your Friday Five for February 19th

Friday Five for the First Friday in February

This week we have modeling, art, geometric relationships and a switcheroo of the axes that will provide great conversations in algebra classrooms everywhere!Who’s Faster?This one’s short but it will make your brain ache. In a good way! How can I tell who’s faster when time is on the vertical axis? What does this even mean?… Continue reading Friday Five for the First Friday in February