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#### Essence of Linear Algebra

The 15 videos in the Essence of Linear Algebra collection teach students how to understand the numerical operations of matrices as well as the geometric intuitions underlying them. The first video in the series details the rationale...

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#### Grade 9-12, Claim 2 & 4: Problem Solving & Communication Reasoning Supports

Small but mighty, a collection of three resources features presentation slides that prepare high schoolers for the Smarter Balanced assessment. Claim 2 features problem solving questions drawn from all content areas. Claim 3 focuses on...

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#### Dimensions That Maximize the Area of the Rectangle

Opt to learn about optimization. Young mathematicians view an educational video that posits the question: For a given perimeter, what are the dimensions that maximum the area of a rectangle? With the use of optimization skills, they...

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#### Can You Solve the Multiverse Rescue Mission Riddle?

Alas! A team of 11 researchers has been beamed to separate dimensions. The viewers' challenge, if they choose to accept it, is to figure out how to use an experimental teleportation robot to get them home safely.

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#### Multidimensional Thinking

Soil may seem flat, but it has dimension. A quick video lesson walks learners through the different dimensions of a sample of soil. Beginning with the linear measurements, the instruction describes the area and volume calculations as...

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#### Whole Number Exponents: Teddy Bear Box

Five questions—multiple-choice, fill in the blank, and discussion—make up an interactive that challenges scholars to mail a teddy bear using the smallest box possible without squishing it. A box with movable sides allows mathematicians...

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#### Full of Beans

Scholars have an opportunity to use their geometric modeling skills. Pupils determine a reasonable estimate of the number of string beans that would fill the average human body.

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#### Container Logistics

Here's a creative lesson that lets pupils be creative as well! While considering many different factors, learners devise a plan to increase the efficiency of container shipments. The design of the activity encourages creative,...

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#### R2D2 Post-Its

You can't go wrong with Star Wars! A video set to the Star Wars theme song presents a problem solving situation. The task? Determine how many small Post-It notes will fit on a bulletin board. The problem requires individuals to compare...

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#### Penny Wars

As the saying goes, a penny saved is a penny earned. Young scholars use a penny activity to earn their way to an understanding of volume. Given three different-sized cylindrical containers, individuals make calculations to determine the...

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#### Cube Hotel

Totally cube-ular! Cubes are the inspiration for an Australian hotel's interior design. Learners brainstorm items that can be cube-shaped and provide design mock-ups. They soon realize that simple drawings are not enough and add...

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#### Best Square

If you're a square, be the best square you can be! Young scholars develop a formula to determine the four points that make the best square that considers the area, perimeter, and other dimensions. They use their formulas to rank attempts...

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#### Pixel Pattern

Any vintage video game users in the room? Young scholars use a video presentation to analyze patterns in pixel arrangements. By writing an arithmetic sequence, they make predictions about the size of the image.

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#### Constant Dimensions

You can't often tell pupils that units don't matter ... but in this case, you'd be right! Math scholars discover the magic of the constant dimensions of a rectangle through a creative lesson. Partners perform measurements of rectangles...

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#### Raspberry Chocolate Heart Cake

Have you ever finished a piece of cake and wished you had more? Solve this common dilemma with math! A straightforward learning exercise prompts middle schoolers to use the given dimensions of a heart-shaped cake when planning to bake...

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#### What Happens?

Does doubling a dimension result in doubling the volume? Pupils analyze the result when doubling a dimension of a cone. Given the formula, young mathematicians determine what happens to the volume of a cone when the height, radius, and...

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#### Quilts

Let the class stitch together a border-line solution. The one question-assessment requires class members to write and solve a quadratic equation within a context. Given the inside dimensions of a quilt, pupils determine the width of a...

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#### Softball Complex

Before we can take you out to the ball game, there needs to be a field on which to play. Future mathematicians design a softball complex given several criteria. They then create a scale drawing of this complex.

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#### Basic Geometric Definitions: Alternate Dimensions

How do you calculate problems in alternate dimensions? The interactive allows learners to manipulate points in 2-D as scholars explore the relationship the points must have to create a one-dimensional object. Pupils identify objects that...

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#### Nonsquare Matrices as Transformations Between Dimensions | Essence of Linear Algebra, Footnote

But what happens if the matrix is not square? The ninth video in a series of 15 serves as a footnote to discuss non-square matrices. The resource presents them as transformations between two and three dimensions. The presentation...

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#### There is No "Fourth" Dimension

In a 3-D model, which part of the model is 1-D? The answer: there is no such thing as 1-D! So, why do we use this dimensional description at all? The narrator explains the usefulness of this quirky quantity in a short, animated video....

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#### Fishy Formulas

Make sure this is the big one that doesn't get away! You'll be reeled in by an easy-to-grade formative assessment featuring fish tank fundamentals. Learners calculate volume to determine how much water they can safely add to the tank,...

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#### The Formulas for Volume

What happens to the volume if a dimension is changed? Scholars investigate the changes in the volume of rectangular prisms if different dimensions are multiplied by factors. They make the connection to the change by using volume formulas.

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#### Factor Pairs: Flower Garden

Arrange the dimensions of Marissa's rectangular flower garden so that 12 flowers can be grown. How many factor pairs does the number 12 have? What dimensions are necessary for a square shaped planter?