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Studying Math Successfully with Note Cards
Keeping note cards is a proven method to study math successfully.
As an incentive, I will offer up to 3 bonus points per exam for your set of note cards. Points will only be awarded the day of the exam. Please place a card on top with your full name, rubber-band them together, and place on the front table the day of the exam. Make sure you take these with you when you’re done.
Please follow these guidelines:
1. Create a set of cards that you can refer back to for each exam and at the end of the semester to study for a comprehensive final.
2. Keep them simple, concise, and to-the-point.
3. Each card should only have one piece of information.
4. Work on these daily. Doing homework problems alone is not enough to study math.
5. QUIZ YOURSELF REGULARLY.
6. Use them as a warm-up before class.
7. Make sure your note cards are all-inclusive: formulas, definitions, concepts, procedures, tasks, and examples.
8. Write tasks and procedures IN WORDS so you get used to the instructions’ verbiage.
What is the Point-Slope Form
of the Equation of a Line?
Write the formula
(Continues on back)
Know how to: Evaluate functions
Find f( -3 )
Find f( -2x)
Find f (x-2)
Work out problem on back of card
How do you find a difference quotient?
Write out the step-by-step procedure on back
Know how to: Analyze graphs
From a labeled graph: >>> draw a graph on the card
Intervals of x where the graph is increasing, decreasing, constant
Values of x where f(x) = -4
Work out problem on back of card
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