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One Page is a matching of Continuous graphs to their Domain or Range. The 2nd page is a mixture of Continuous and Discrete representations. They also have to determine if the relation is a function or not.

This worksheet gives students practice with finding the domain and range of relations and graphs. Also, has students decide whether relations represent a function or not.

Algebra Funsheets: This is a set of 2 worksheets on functions. Worksheet 1 - Standard. Students will find domain and range from a graph. 12 graphs.Worksheet 2 - Riddle. To discourage finding answers by guessing, have students fold riddle key under until all problems have been completed. Studen

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This worksheet ask students to find domain and range of different types of functions (discreet, mapping diagram, sets, etc.). It also asks them to work backwards and write a function for different domain and ranges.

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Practice stating the domain and range of graphs in interval notation, as well as identifying if the relation is a function. An answer key is included.

This 23 question worksheet will provide practice with the following:
- Identify a function given ordered pairs, mappings, and graphs.
- Given a function, find the domain or range for given values.
- Given a graph, represent the set of real number values in the domain and range using combined inequal

Frayer Models for Domain and Range will help students understand the meaning of each term. Examples and non-examples will help clarify misconceptions.
Page 1: Frayer models for domain and range
Page 2: Examples and finding domain and range for equations
Page 3: Finding domain and range for grap

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This is a one-sided practice page with 9 questions over identifying functions from relations and then finding the domain and range of each.
This practice page includes mappings, tables, discrete graphs and equations. There are no continuous graphs. Key included.
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This is a practice assignment that can be used to practice creating mapping diagrams for sets of ordered pairs.
The practice directions also ask the students to identify whether the relation is a function and the domain and range.
I have included an answer key for easy grading.
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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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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice with domain, range and functions, they can learn about the inspirational life of Helen Keller!
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals with divers

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Domain and Range: Continuous Graphs Practice Worksheet
(1 example and 23 problems)
Students will use set notation or interval notation to identify the domain and range of various graphs. Both formats with answer keys are included. This resource is designed for independent practice (such as classw

This set of 32 task cards provides students with practice finding the domain and range, given a graph. There are a variety of types of graphs (some with individual coordinates, line segments, rays, parabolas, and more).
These task cards can be used in several different ways- centers, partner activ

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This domain and range foldable includes space to write the definition of the domain and range, finding the domain and range from a set of ordered pairs, tables, a mapping diagram, and a graph. A situation with a table is included to connect domain and range to context. The back of the foldable has a

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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

This is a matching worksheet. Students must match the scenario on the left with the corresponding domain and range on the right. All functions are linear, and both continuous and discrete scenarios are given.
This could be used as a homework or partner assignment.
You could also cut the scenarios

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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice with domain and range, they can learn about an inspirational American hero -- Brad Snyder!
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals with diverse ba

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This is a one-sided document intended to provide students with practice on transforming the quadratic parent function. The student is given six quadratic functions and asked to sketch their graph by plotting at least 3 points. One of the equations is the quadratic parent function. Then they are aske

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Finding the domain and range of a function graphically, by mapping and algebraically.
A great practice exercise for your students!!
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This worksheet focuses on finding the domain and range of graphs. The graphs include linear, quadratic, circles, polynomials, points, a step function, and a sine wave. Also, there are several problems that require the knowledge of using the union symbol. Most of the answers are in interval notatio

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Practice choosing an appropriate domain and range for different functions.
This exercise will get students thinking about what numbers actually make sense for each scenario. Students must also be able to distinguish independent and dependent variables to determine domain and range.
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Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces relations and domain and range. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook is a great way for students to collaborate and create and manipulate, the practice sheet can be used to reinforce, and I find

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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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