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Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down

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This is a wonderful activity to get your students up and about while working 21 Composite Functions Problems! Use this instead of book work or as a review prior to a test!
Directions for Set-Up:
1. Print Scavenger Hunt pages AND Functions Card pages
• You will need one function card pe

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In this resource, students will practice function operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and composition). Only prep work is to make copies! (Recommend to copy the worksheet double-sided, since it is 2 pages, and then copy the grid.) Once students have solved each problem, they will locate th

Composition of Functions.This product is designed for Algebra through PreCalculus. Composite functions is a topic with which students have much difficulty. This activity will enhance their knowledge and help them reinforce the skill taught on this topic while being very engaging. Included: 18 Task c

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Also included in: PreCalculus Unit 1 Functions and Graphs Bundle

Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice the composition of the functions, they can learn about everyone's favorite comic book author -- Stan Lee!Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals wi

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Also included in: Function Operations & Inverses -- Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

Composite Functions: This pack now contains three activities to help students understand the idea of composite functions.
1. Composite Functions: Putting Functions into Functions
Students start by substituting numbers into different functions and then gradually build up to inputting simple express

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Assess your math students’ proficiency in finding composite functions and their domains. There are 18 cards in total. The answers are included in two forms: as a list and also to be copied front and back for immediate feedback. This frees up more of the teacher’s time to walk around and help those s

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Also included in: Composite Functions Including Digital Version

Composition of Functions Comic Book Fun Notes and Practice Your students will love this new Comic Book style Notes resource which can be used as homework, assessment, or enrichment. A fun and engaging format to practice their skills with Composition of Functions plus it is NO Prep for you. Stude

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Also included in: PreCalculus No Prep Comic Book FUN Notes Doodle Bundle

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Whod

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Also included in: Function Operations & Inverses -- Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Operations on Functions
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Compose Functions using Function Notation" . This activity requires students to find the new rule of the composition of functions.
Six Polynomial Functions (linear, and quadrati

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In this activity, students will solve 10 problems using composite functions. The composite functions are notated two different ways: f(g(x)) and (fog)(x). When students have solved all of the problems, they will cut them apart and put them in numerical order. Then, their problems can be checked b

Challenging functions practice worksheets with a twist -
These activities offer a little variety for the Algebra practice routine. Students work through each problem and hole punch the answer while the paper is folded into fourths. Then, they can come up to a "check station" where a colored chec

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Color Me Funky Composition Functions
Self-Checking activity. 19 Composition of Functions problems that students match on a color me funky coloring page.
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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews composition of functions. Notations g(f(x)) and g° f(x) are both used in this scavenger hunt.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first!
It inc

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This worksheet starts but showing students the inner workings of a composition. This worksheet starts with the assumption that students have an understanding of transformations of functions. The first few questions have students understanding compositions and how they affect each other by visually

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If you like this activity, please take the time to rate it and leave a comment. THANKS! This relay race is a great activity to use as an introduction to compositions of functions, writing rules and expressions, and notation for how to do so (Euler or f(x) notation). Included is a power point to lead

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With these task cards, your students will practice finding composite functions, finding domain and range of a function and its inverse, finding the inverse of a function, and graphing. ***There's also a digital and hybrid print/digital version available.The way I like to use these 6 task cards: have

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Also included in: Inverse & Composite Functions, Domain and Range Task Cards with Digital Version

With the Composition of Function - Cube Activity you will get a fun alternative to worksheets. By purchasing the Cube Activity, you'll get cubes where the faces are functions. By creating the cubes, students can roll the 3-dimensional figures to determine which composition they can try out. The c

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Cut, match, and paste composite functions and their equations.
Three sets of progressive difficulty include 22 equations in all. Activity is easy to differentiate and appropriate for all levels, including honor students and pre-AP.
Also includes whole class follow-up with step-by-step solution

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Composition of Functions: Large print examples and practice problems, ideal for your projector.
Two sets of practice problems include step-by-step solutions.
Also includes notes on domain restrictions.
Common Core: HSF.BF.A.1.C
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A play on the Adventure books of your childhood, an Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of the puzzle to guess where in the

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Also included in: Function Operations & Inverses -- Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

This is a series of guided worksheets intended as review for students learning radical functions, composite functions, and inverse functions. It includes four pages of guided exercise, each followed by a worksheet. It also includes a detailed answer key that shows the steps to solve each problem.

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Get your students up, moving and evaluating compositions of functions!
1. Print and display stations around you classroom in order.
2. Students will complete the station, and continue on to the station that has the answer to the last in the top left corner.
3. Students complete the process unt

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