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X-Men: Math Mutants

Feared and hated by humans because they’re different, the X-Men are heroic mutants, individuals born with special powers who’ve sworn to use their gifts to protect mutants as well as humans. In this lesson, students at Xavier’s School for the Gifted will learn to use their powers responsibly and teach others to do the same, using the knowledge they have acquired.


“When an individual acquires great power, the use or misuse of that power is everything. Will it be for the greater good, or will it be used for personal or for destructive ends? This is a question we all must ask ourselves.” ~Professor Charles Xavier

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Concepts / Activities:

Solving Systems of Linear Equations Using The Elimination Method

Geometry: Complementary / Supplementary Angles


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Concepts / Activities:

Multiplying Polynomials: Distributive and FOIL Method

Focal Length (Graphing)


“Sometimes the mind needs to figure things out for itself.” ~Professor Charles Xavier

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Concepts / Activities:

Powers / Power of a Power


Activity: “Watts my Power?” (Adapted from a lab by Professor Don Franklin)