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I use this activity in my Algebra 1 class at the end of the year to compare basic properties of the four types of functions covered throughout the course work before the End of Course State Assessment.
Throughout the school year the students have had to look at various representations of these fun

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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 c

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Check out the PREVIEW to spy multiple ways to use this game in your classroom!
This algebra activity focuses on absolute value functions in different representations including graph and algebraic equation. The game includes all transformations of the parent function y=|x|.
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This game includes: 6 pages of questions that ask students to graph an absolute value function, a student recording sheet (that has graphs for students to use), and an answer key.
To play:
1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes.
Hang the 12 questions around the classro

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Here is the eighth lesson in a nine-lesson unit on Functions, Equations and Graphs designed for Algebra 2 Honors students who have a solid foundation in graphing relations and functions.Students will be able to:★ Graph absolute value functions★ Write equations for absolute value graphs★ Use transfo

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Graphing Absolute Value Functions Practice/Review
My Graphing Absolute Value Functions Practice/Review product has a total of 50 equations and a blank graph next to each absolute value equation with no prep required by you! These absolute value equations are perfect for gi

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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Write the Equation of the Absolute Value Function from the Graph" . This activity focuses on three type of transformations of absolute value parent function:
- Horizontal Translation
- Vertical Translation
- Reflection across the x-axis

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Graph absolute value functions and complete a table of values. Identify domain, range, vertex, and transformations.

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Why lecture when students can explore? This packet is designed to replace teaching about graphing absolute value functions. Students begin by discovering what the parent function looks like. By the end, students will be able to explain transformations to the absolute value function. The explorat

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In this product you will have:
1. Absolute Value Functions Investigation - Students graph different abs.value functions in different colors to see the transformations. They compare these transformations with the parent functions.
2. Notes - After the investigation, students summarize what they lear

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In this activity, students will practice graphing absolute value equations of the form f(x)=|mx+b|+c and f(x)=a|x-h|+k. Students will also have to identify the vertex and the domain and range of each function on the Graphing Absolute Value Equations WS.
There are 10 different equations that need

Algebra 1 Absolute Value Functions in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to complete an absolute value functio

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Absolute Value Function Families - Guided Notes
This product includes four pages of guided notes on absolute value functions. The transformations guided notes provides information on translations, vertical stretches, vertical shrinks and reflections. The absolute value function family guided notes

Transformations
This 7-page product covers in a fun and humorous way how absolute value functions are transformed from the parent function. I tried to write this lesson from the point of view of a high school student. I must say this isn’t always easy to do. However, my students enjoyed the humor,

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Teach and practice how to graph absolute value functions with this fun, music-themed PowerPoint presentation!
The presentation begins by showing images of absolute value graphs and the general form of the function, so students will know what their completed graphs should like.
The presentation als

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In this activity, students are given absolute value functions in standard form. They will match the vertex, the axis of symmetry, and the graph. There are 6 problems. An answer key is included. A sorting mat is also included for this to be used as a standard card sort.
This activity could be

This foldable provides an organized introduction to graphing absolute value functions. The foldable starts with the parent function, it's reflection over the x-axis, and then builds to single-step transformations.
I have provided two options- with or without a function table, depending on how you

Absolute Value Functions Activities - 3 in 1!
This is a set of 12 graphs of absolute value functions and 3 different activities to go along with them. In all three activities, the graphs are posted around the room.
The first activity is a true scavenger hunt in that the student is give a clue abo

This product is a scavenger hunt activity that I have done with my Algebra 1 students to review Absolute Value Functions. The activity is quick, but fun for students. It consists of eight problems, which are the graphs of absolute value functions. The problems are scattered throughout the classroom.

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✐ This activity is a NO PREP-SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Identifying the Transformation of Absolute Value Functions". Students will work with 12 Questions where graphs are provided. Students would need to use the graph and be able to produce the equation of the absolute functio

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This is a set of 4 graphic organizers designed to help students practice the procedures. The goal is to use the organizer until the procedures are mastered and this "skeleton" is no longer needed!
The graphic organizers are:
1. Graphing Quadratic Functions - Students are lead through acknowledgi

Objective: Graphing Absolute Value Functions. Equations are in the form y=a|x-h|+k and y=|mx+b|+k
This activity is designed to help students with graphing absolute value function. This activity also gets students up and about.
Place the 10 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick a

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These task cards are a great way for students to practice graphing absolute value functions and identifying and describing their characteristics. More specifically, students will…
• Recognize and graph the absolute value parent function
• Identify the graph and write the equation of a transformed

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Try out this review for graphing linear functions and graphing absolute value functions. Students see these topics each year, and always could use a refresher. There are also questions on identifying lines as parallel, perpendicular or neither type as well as where to shade the graph when graphing i

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