Solve a system of equations to determine the units of ingredients needed to make a cereal bar.
Use a Computer Based Laboratory (CBL) device to investigate how the gas pressure changes with the volume.
Use a Computer Based Laboratory (CBL) device to investigate how the intensity of light changes with the distance from a light source such as a bulb or a flashlight.
Use a Computer Based Laboratory (CBL) device to investigate what happens to the temperature of a cup of hot water while time is passing.
Use a Computer Based Laboratory (CBL) device to investigate the motion of a bouncing ball.
Given certain parameters, how many possible students can take math and English, science and English, and math and science?
What is the mystery number that fits the description?
Determine how fast a bus was traveling during two hours of time.
Determine the thickness of folded paper.
Determine the structure of a telephone tree used by eighth graders in Jefferson County who offered to help when the river flooded their town.
Predict the cost of the movie tickets.
Help Minerva sort out her charges from the school library.
Which salary option should Mrs. Lee, the top salesperson in the company, take?
What is the fewest number of years until an investment doubles in value?
How much money did Judy give Dave?
Find a number that fits the description.
How old are a mother and son?
Find the largest possible value of a given expression.
Use the numbers from the given list no more than once to obtain a sum of 100.
What will the machine give me if I put in 100?
How many times does the special bouncing ball hit the ground?
Determine how much a pail and nails weigh.
Find the smallest integer for which an expression results in an integer.
Determine the distance between two points.
Your principal wants to hire you to work for her for ten days. Determine which way would you earn the most money.
How much money did Karen have before she found the $2?
On what day will Mike have exactly 100 baseball cards?
Determine what each question is worth on a television game show.
How old is each of the Gonzalez children?
How many more legs than seats are in the leftover Seats ‘R’ Us factory inventory?
Find values of x, y, and z, so that a given expression equals 18.
In a mathematics contest, how many of your team’s answers were incorrect and how many problems were unanswered?
How many coins does Kate have?
Determine the distance and time required for Amel to overtake Bonne, Amel’s younger brother.
Two frogs have a race. Determine which frog wins the race.
When will Parneshia’s bank have twice as much money as John’s?
Determine the age of each daughter.
Given the sum of two positive integers, determine the smallest possible sum of their reciprocals.
Determine the relationship of a group of positive integers that has 2 common divisors.
Determine which algebraic expression is greater.
How much money did Keith originally have in his pocket?
Find an equation that will compare speed units of miles per hour to kilometers per hour.
Generate a function that will describe the population of your state vs. time.
What type of function (linear, quadratic, or exponential) would you create to describe the cost of the pizza vs. the number of toppings?
Use data to derive an equation that relates Celsius to Fahrenheit, Celsius to Kelvin, and Kelvin to Fahrenheit.
Make a false equation correct by alternating the “punctuation” on the left side of the equation.
Is the given relation comparing key position and frequency actually a function?
Explore the world of Heron triangles – triangles with sides of integral length and integral area.
Determine the behavior of natural numbers given that even and odd numbers act differently.
Examine graphs of y=x2 + bx + 6, where b is any real number.
Examine the graphs of 2x + 3y = A.
Find four equations whose graphs are oblique (slanted) lines that will intersect to form the vertices of a square.
How can the discriminant help you determine how many times the graph will cross the x-axis?
Describe any patterns you find when comparing a function to its reciprocal function.
Describe how the graph of an absolute value function changes when you modify a, b, and c.
When is a function in the form y=abx increasing or decreasing?
Find an equation of a parabola given the point(s) where it crosses the x-axis.
Describe the symmetry of a function.
What is the largest number of times a function can cross the x-axis? How about the smallest number of times?
Given a set number of points on the coordinate plane, how many lines or parabolas can you make through these points?
Find a shortcut to find the x-coordinate of the maximum or minimum of a parabola.
What happens when two equations in the form y = mx + b are set equal to each other?
The line Ax + By = C will form a triangle with the x and y axis for what values of A, B, and C?
Discover what happens to the graph when you vary the values for n and b in the equation g(n) = n2 + b.
In the equation Ax + By = C, what happens when A or B or C is zero?
Use a system of equations to determine the fractional form of a repeating decimal.
Find where a given linear function crosses a given quadratic function.
Find a number such that its square is between two given numbers.
Find two functions so that the input of one is always equal to the output of the other.
What is the largest number of solutions possible in a given system of equations?
What happens when you switch the x and y coordinates of a function?
How many years will it take Sally to have as much money as Judy?
Determine the composite function of two distinct functions.
Determine how much money a company should charge for a burglar alarm system.
Discover what happens to the graph when you vary the values for m and b in the equation y = mx + b.
Find an equation that relates the distance between points reflected over parallel lines.
Find an equation which relates the angles formed by intersecting lines and points reflected over these lines.
Find an equation that relates segments on a secant.
Find an equation that relates the area of a kite to its diagonals.
Find an equation that relates the number of edges to the number of faces and the number of vertices in three-dimensional objects.
Find an equation to relate chords of a circle.
Find an equation that relates segments inside a rectangle.