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This foldable contains 8 examples for finding domain and range from each of the four representations of discrete relations and is perfect for interactive notebooks. Use it as in-class notes, homework, a partner assignment, an exit ticket, or for review. Representations included:(1) Ordered Pairs(2)

Also included in: Functions, Relations, and Domain and Range 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

12 questions asking whether a relation is a function or not, finding domain and range, and classifying a graph as continuous or discrete.
These domain and range questions are on tables, mappings, ordered pairs, and graphs.
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Help your students learn how to find the domain and range for discrete relations and identify whether or not they are a function. These notes are perfect for an interactive notebook (INB) and are built to encourage students to justify their answers. Help your students see the process behind findin

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16 problems on domain and range from a graph.Students identify if it is a function or not.Students identify the graph as discrete or continuous.Students list the domain and range using the proper notation.

This Algebra 1 resource answers these questions:What does a discrete graph look like?How do I find the domain and range of a discrete graph?What does a continuous graph look like?How do I find the domain and range of a continuous graph?PAGE 2 is 6 guided practice problems of finding Domain and Range

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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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Students will identify the domain and range of multiple relations (graph, table, ordered pairs, mapping) with discrete data in this 12 problem practice booklet. This resource is designed for independent practice (such as classwork, homework and/or extra credit) and fits nicely in student journals/in

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This 15- question, self-grading assignment (works great for class work or homework!) provides students with basic practice identifying the domain and range of discrete functions. The functions are represented as:Set of Ordered PairsTableMapping DiagramGraphWord ProblemAll questions make use of "che

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Also included in: Intro to Functions Bundle- for use with Google Forms

In this 12 problem digital task cards via Google Slides activity, students will identify the domain and range of multiple relations (graph, table, ordered pairs, mapping) with discrete data. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave

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This is a set of 10 exit tickets used in conjunction with a unit on Functions. TEKS Aligned: A2A, A12A, A12BTopics covered include determining if a relation is a function or notdetermining if a situation represents a functional relationship or notfinding the domain and range of discrete graphs, tabl

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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 g

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

This is a set of 30 relations, one per 8-1/2 by 11 sheet of paper/cardstock. Some of the relations are functions; some are not. The relations come in 4 formats: graphs (both discrete and continuous), tables, mappings, and sets of ordered pairs. I use these cards in multiple ways to ask the students

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

Now with two options!
This foldable provides a great introduction to domain and range.
Option 1: Notes and examples for domain/ range of relations listed as ordered pairs, tables, and discrete graphs.
Option 2: Same as option 1 but also includes continuous graphs.
GREAT for interactive math note

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Also included in: Functions (Foldable Bundle)

This set of flashcards was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 classroom for a functions unit. With this set of flashcards, students practice determining whether the set of points or graphs given is continuous or discrete, and then they determine the given domain and range. These cards ca

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This is a set of 24 Task Cards (with & without QR Codes) to help strengthen students’ skills in identifying Domain and Range from ordered pairs, tables, and graphs.
All questions are state assessment level questions, which makes this a fun and engaging test review activity.
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This includes a foldable for domain and range of discrete and continuous graphs.
Also, it includes an interactive notebook page on domain and range. Students would cut out this page, glue it in their notebooks, and match the domain and range to the graphs provided.
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A domain and range matching activity for Algebra.
Included are 8 graphs (2 discrete, 6 continuous), 8 domain cards and 8 range cards. I have also inlcluded a student recording sheet and an answer key. The recording sheet has students state whether or not the relation graphed is a function.
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This is a digital version of my Domain and Range Peel and Stick Activity compatible with Google Slides™
Students will practice identifying the domain and range given graphs. There are 10 total graphs, including both discrete and continuous graphs. They find the domain and range of each graph, then

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Also included in: All Things Algebra® - Digital Activities Bundle for Google Slides™ - VOLUME 2

This is a one-sided fill-in-the-blank notes page on differentiating between a function and a relation, exploring the 5 types of functions/relations, and then finding the domain and range of each.
The student first takes notes on the definition of a relation and a function. Then looks at examples o

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

This is a project-based assessment covering Functional Relationships, Independent/Dependent Variables and Domain/Range.
The student is given a scenario such as "Jacob charges $6 per hour to haul junk". The student is asked to determine the ind/dep variables, create a table of values, determine whe

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This is a 1-1/2 page quiz covering functions & relations, domain & range, discrete & continuous, function notation and independent/dependent variables. There are 9 questions total.
The first 3 questions give the student a mapping, a table and a set of ordered pairs and ask them to deter

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This is a foldable for domain and range of linear functions, both continuous and discrete scenarios. The is great for an interactive notebook. Students simply fold the notes in half and glue them in. the inside of the foldable is set up as flow maps with steps to help them determine the domain or ra

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Also included in: Linear Domain and Range Bundle

This is a fun Escape Room activity that covers finding Domain & Range of graphs (discrete & continuous), mappings and tables. TEKS Aligned: A2A, A12AThere are 15 relations hung around the room (lift the flap style). Working in pairs, the students find either the domain or range. The correct

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