# Graph of a function

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This is a set of 20 warm ups for an Algebra 1 class. These warm ups are intended to be used as a review for the Algebra State test. There are a total of 56 questions. I teach in Texas so all warm ups in this spiraled review include STAAR (the Texas state test) level questions, but they can be used easily in any Algebra classroom. There are no references to Texas or the TEKS. Some of the warm ups have a "function of the day" question in which students are given a function and must graph i...

This activity is intended to help students practice identifying the graph of the derivative of a function from the original graph and the original ...

Graphs of Exponential Functions is a lesson that takes students from graphing linear functions to graphing exponential functions; curved lines on the Cartesian Plane. * Students learn to evaluate Exponential Functions * Students learn to graph Exponential Functions where b

Graph of a function and its inverse... easy way to reflect a function over the line y=x

I've only been out of school for 11 days and I can't help it...I'm already planning things for next year. I Thought I'd share since I've been away from posting for so long. So no guarantees on tons of

The following Math Lab introduces students to the relationship between functions and their inverse. * This is a hands on activity where students enjoy and learn about functions and inverse functions as they appear on the Cartesian Plane * Students learn to read the values of an inverse function from a graph *

Absolute Value Functions Matching is an interactive, hands on way for students to practice recognizing the multiple representations of absolute value functions. Students cut out all of the cards and then match each absolute value function card to its table card and graph card. This activity can be used in a variety of ways including as an in class pairs activity, interactive notebook page, or individual assessment of student understanding. Included in this download: - Table for the…

Matching the graph of a function with the graphs of its 1st and 2nd derivative - Calculus

With references for scatter plots, function vs not a function, exponent rules, systems of equations, squares, cubes, rational and irrational numbers, prime numbers, proportional vs not proportional, linear vs nonlinear, this 8th grade math word wall is a great addition to an 8th grade math classroom. The references are integrated (ex: "proportional" is shown on the table that corresponds to one of the graphs in the systems of equations) so that students can see how everything relates.

Matching the graph of a function with the graphs of its 1st and 2nd derivative - Calculus

I designed these lessons to teach my students about Piece-wise functions (the first in a series of 7). This first lesson focuses on using a graph of a function to evaluate a value, drawing a piece-wise graph given a story problem, writing a piece-wise function given a story problem, finding a value from a piece-wise function given context.

Students will understand that a function is a rule that assigns to each input exactly one output. They will also learn that the graph of a function is the set of ordered pairs consisting of an input and the corresponding output.Provide feedback and get TPT credit on future purchases:***Go to your My Purchases page.

This is a double sided practice page on graphing absolute value functions with transformations. The student first identifies the vertex and transformations of 9 absolute value functions. Next, they graph all 9 functions on the same large graph paper creating a stained glass design. Finally, they color in the design. For fun, the student can try to find and identify 5 different shapes in the design. Key included.

I designed these lessons to teach my students about geometric figures (the 4th in a series of 9). This lesson can be purchased as a complete bundled unit at a discounted price under the listing Features of Functions Complete Bundled Unit.This lesson focuses on: given a graph of a function--describing domain and range, increasing and decreasing and maximum and minimum values, and given an arithmetic or geometric table of values--finding the explicit and recursive equations.

A fun activity/project for student to demonstrate their knowledge of the trigonometric functions and their transformations. Includes grading rubric! art, project, fun, sine, cosine, tangent, graphs, transformations, function, applications

This Analyze Linear Functions: MATH "WAR" CARD GAME is a fun way to review the characteristics of linear equations by analyzing tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions. The game is modeled after the card game "WAR" and the directions are included.