Hoek tussen twee lijnen

Bepaal de hoek tussen twee lijnen

Author: Jan Elemans

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Software, Angles

(Rover) Navigate a City with TI-Nspire CX (Math in Motion Plus)

Students will apply their knowledge of the relationships among distance, rate and time to write equations to optimize routes through a “city” or maze with obstacles.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Author: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Acceleration, Algebra, Angles, Distance

(Rover) Navigate a City with TI-84 Plus CE (Math in Motion Plus)

Students will apply their knowledge of the relationships among distance, rate and time to write equations to optimize routes through a “city” or maze with obstacles.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Author: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Acceleration, Algebra, Angles, Distance

(Rover) Move the traffic cone for the TI-84 Plus CE (Math in Motion Plus)

In this activity, students will use their knowledge of polygons, the coordinate plane, and equations of lines to write code to complete a set of challenges.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Author: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Algebra, Angles, Coordinate Geometry, Linear Functions, Lines, Polygons, TI-Innovator Rover, Triangle, Trigonometry

On-Ramp to Robotics Unit 1 (Motion) with Mars Rover Challenge for TI-84 Plus CE

Students will learn and use basic concepts for robotic vehicle control along with math concepts to write a program to drive their Rover around the base of the Olympus Mons volcano on Mars.

Author: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Computer Science, Mathematics, STEM

Tags: Algebra, Angles, Coding, Distance, Geometry, Linear Functions, Lines, Measures, Points and lines, Polygons, STEM, TI-Innovator, Triangle

On-Ramp to Robotics Unit 1 (Motion) with Mars Rover Challenge for TI-Nspire CX

Students will learn and use basic concepts for robotic vehicle control along with math concepts to write a program to drive their Rover around the base of the Olympus Mons volcano on Mars.

Author: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Computer Science, Mathematics, STEM

Tags: Algebra, Angles, Coding, Distance, Geometry, Linear Functions, Lines, Measures, Points and lines, Polygons, STEM, TI-Innovator, Triangle

A Lunar Ellipse

Students consider the question "What is the shape of the curve forming the terminator of the crescent moon?" They then calculate the area of the crescent and graph its variation over one m…

Author: Ian Galloway

Topic:  STEM

Tags: 3D Geometry, Coding, Algebra, Randomness, Angles, STEM, Area, T3, Ellipse, TI-Innovator, Frequency, Modelling, Physics, Sine

Moving from Degrees to Radians

Measuring angles using degrees and radians (both decimals and fractions of π).

Publisher: Texas Instruments UK

Editor: Barrie Galpin

Author: Nevil Hopley

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Fractions, Decimals, Angles, History of maths, Trigonometry

Triangles

An introduction to the angle properties of triangles and their construction.

Publisher: Texas Instruments UK

Editor: Barrie Galpin

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Angles, Triangle

Circle Angles

Seven activities in which students investigate angles in circles using basic geometric constructions.

Publisher: Texas Instruments UK

Editor: Barrie Galpin

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Angles, Circle theorems, Geometry