## Function Transformations: Dilation

Function dilations, introduced using both a visual and an algebraic approach.

## Function Transformations: Translation

Function translations, introduced using both a visual and an algebraic approach.

## Practice Problems: Ugly Linear Equations

More time-consuming multiple step single variable linear equation practice problems, all with a common solution

## Using Corresponding Points to Determine Dilation Factors and Translation Amounts

A worked example of how to determine transformation functions and the transformed equation, given the equation of the first graph and two sets of corresponding points from the graphs.

## Pi Notation (Product Notation)

Explanation of how Pi notation describes the product of a series of factors.

## Sigma Notation (Summation Notation)

Explanation of Sigma notation, also known as Summation Notation. Explanations of how to describe a sum of terms using it, with examples.

## Practice Problems: Three Step Linear Equations

Three step single variable linear equation practice problems, all with a common solution

## Practice Problems: Two Step Linear Equations

Two step single variable linear equation practice problems, all with a common solution

## Practice Problems: One Step Linear Equations

One step single variable linear equation practice problems, all with a common solution

## 11 Ways To Do Better In Math

Eleven things a student can do to improve their mathematics experience.

## Interactive Graphs for Linear, Quadratic, Rational, and Trig Functions Moved to GeoGebraTube

A set of links to Algebra and Trigonometry GeoGebra applets hosted on GeoGebraTube.

## Unit Circle Symmetry: a GeoGebraBook Exploration

Nine GeoGebra applets that help students explore how symmetries about the x-axis, y-axis, and origin on the unit circle are useful in trigonometry. Examples using the sine and cosine functions are included.

## Absolute Value: Notation, Expressions, Equations

How to interpret absolute value notation and solve equations that include absolute values. Examples are linear equations, but the same approach works with non-linear equations.