Algebra III / Trigonometry, Spring Semester 1998
Snapshot Archive

This page contains links to all previously posted Class Snapshots from this class.


Hands-on activities that allow students to collect data, make scatterplots, and discuss features of the resulting functions are an important part of this class. Here, students are working in groups to explore rates of change by collecting volume and height data for containers of various shapes.


In this class, students are exploring exponential decay as they collect data with grains of corn, spoons, thumbtacks, and a bouncing ball.


These students are displaying projects they have completed on linear programming, which is one of the most widely used applications of mathematics. The students' projects modeled a variety of situations involving minimizing or maximizing such quantities as profits, losses, vitamin content, and production volumes.


The juniors bid farewell to the seniors.