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This foldable introduces the concept of discrete and continuous functions. Inside students will see algebraic examples as well as real-world examples.
You may also be interested in some of my foldable bundles:
The Ultimate 7th GRADE MATH Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA Fold

Also included in: Functions (Foldable Bundle)

Students will practice finding the domain and range of discrete and continuous functions given ordered pairs, tables, graphs, equations, mappings, and real life problems.
Sketch and doodle notes allow for students to stay focused, grasp new concepts and retain information. Students can add their o

This mini-unit was designed to help implement interactive notebook activities in the Algebra 1 classroom. The following topics are presented in the scaffolded notes which can be added to math journals:
Discrete Functions vs. Continuous Functions
Discrete or Continuous?
Viable Solutions for Discrete

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Interactive Notebook Activities and Scaffolded Notes Bundle

This foldable is a quick review of discrete and continuous functions. Students use notes and foldable to classify and understand the difference between discrete and continuous functions. Students practice their understanding with the second set of problems.
This resource includes
- Color-coded g

Also included in: Linear Equations and Functions Bundle for Algebra 2 Unit 2

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This is great as an extension to plotting points and graphing lines from standard form. The first part is geared towards discussing what the definitions mean and understanding the vocabulary. Then work through one example of each, and students are set up to work on four problems of their own, follow

Extra Practice Sheets for the Discrete and Continuous Functions Unit in our Algebra 1 Bundle
These student practice sheets were created to accompany the units in our Algebra 1 Interactive Notebook Bundle. They provide additional practice for the concepts introduced in each unit. Each student works

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Explore real-world functions: Students will identify the domain, range, and whether a function is discrete or continuous. Tables and graphs will also be used in these guided notes. My students were struggling with real-world examples and these notes helped them out. Detailed answer keys included!

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This is a great activity to have students interacting cooperatively and reteaching concepts to one another. Group students in groups of 4 and have each student work on the first square. They will be finding the domain and range of linear, quadratic, and exponential discrete/continuous graphs. Studen

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This is a one-sided practice page over Discrete & Continuous Graphs and Independent/Dependent Variables.
The student is given a scenario such as "Tickets to the play are $12 per person" and asked to identify the independent & dependent variables and then use those variables to decide if th

This is a graphic organizer foldable used to help students differentiate and understand everything there is to know about discrete and continuous graphs. The student puts the foldable together with a few folds and cuts. Next, they trim out all of the information: 2 definitions, 12 examples, and 2 gr

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Foldables Bundle

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2 page multiple choice assessment that assesses students' understanding of functions.
Students will be asked to identify:
- Functions or Non-Functions
- Linear vs. Non-Linear
- Domain and Range
- Continuous or Discrite
Questions are asked in a variety of formats, and will truly assess if the st

8 pages are included: Title page, 2 page foldable, 2 page practice sheet, 3 page answer sheets
The Discrete and Continuous Foldable is a two sided foldable that can be completed by the student. It provides examples of discrete and continuous functions verbally, graphically, and in real world appl

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Algebra 1 Discrete and Continuous Domains 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 graph discrete and continuo

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These student practice sheets were created to accompany the units in our Algebra 1 Interactive Notebook Bundle. They provide additional practice for the concepts introduced in each unit. Each student worksheet can be used for homework assignments, work for early finishers, or review. They can also b

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I designed these lessons to teach my students about geometric figures (the 5th 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--finding

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This bundle includes a foldable reviewing domain and range of discrete and continuous graphs. It has four examples of discrete graphs, four examples of continuous (between), and four examples of graphs that are continuous to +/- infinity.
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This PowerPoint is intended to help students with defining relations and functions. Students will define and then be given examples of each. Students will also be shown the difference between discrete and continues functions. Students will also be shown how to use the vertical line test to determi

this quiz covers domain and range of discrete and continuous functions. It has 6 multiple choice and then 14 short answer.
It includes tables, mappings, sets, graphs, and functions.
Students have to find domain and range from tables, mappings, sets, and graphs.
They also have to find the domain a

This 10+10 page Essentials worksheet and answer key focuses on using functional notation to simplify complex mathematics and generalize for any situation.
- Generating a Table of Values
- Identify the Domain and Range of a Relation
- Using Graphs to Identify Domain and Range
- Discrete and Continuo

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This is an 8 question homework document that you are welcome to edit. Students are required to name and domain and range on discrete and continuous functions. This can serve as a good review for higher grades as well. Enjoy!

Find the domain and range when given ordered pairs, discrete and continuous functions and polygons.

Mini-lesson on domain and range of functions, including discrete and continuous functions and graphs. Uses bracket notation for discrete functions and inequality notation for continuous graphs. Includes examples with open and closed circles for endpoints. Also includes answer key. Created by Christi

This HUGE (over 300 pages) Algebra bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks for understanding for 11 units of study and two mini-units, perfect for Algebra 1 students. There are over 150 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher

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This is a double-sided practice page over Functions, Domain & Range and Function Notation. The front (12 questions) asks the student to determine whether a given graph (discrete or continuous) is a function or not. Then they are to find the domain and range of each.
On the back, the student is

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Also included in: Functions Unit Bundle (A2A, A12A, A12B)

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