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Domain and range are ALWAYS on standardized tests and it seems like domain and range are ALWAYS neglected by the textbook manufacturer's. This pack of 2 worksheets contains graphs that students must analyze and determine the domain, range, maximum, and minimum. Graphs include linear, curves, and g

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This worksheet gives definitions, descriptions, and guided practice for determining the domain and range of linear, quadratic, square root, and inverse functions.
Includes Pictures of the different types of functions and examples.

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Students must identify the domain, range, and if a graph represents a function or not. There are a total of 20 graphs. This can be used a homework or an in-class activity.
Total Pages: 11 (including title page and solutions)
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I created this worksheet to help my high school special education students learn to identify the domain and range of a graph. The worksheet contains two graphs. Students are guided through the process of finding the domain and range through a series of questions. There are arrows above the words top

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This is one of my favorite worksheets for students to work on writing domain and range for functions and non-functions! You can have students write in function notation or interval notation depending on your core and the grade level.
The directions read:
a) state the domain, b) state the ra

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This worksheet practices finding domain and range for equations, graphs, charts, and mappings, and just domain for more complicated functions.

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This is a 10 problem worksheet where the students list the domain and range by looking at a lisst of ordered pairs. Answer sheet is included.

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Relations, Functions, Domain and Range Task Cards
These 20 task cards cover the following objectives:
1) Identify the domain and range of ordered pairs, tables, mappings, graphs, and equations.
2) Determine whether a relation is a function given ordered pairs, tables, mappings, graphs, and equati

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In this lesson, we'll learn that whether you are rocking out in your garage band, drawing chalk art on your street, or doing some crazy bike tricks, multiplying whole numbers by fractions can be applied to just about anything!
Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers: Worksheets, Game, Animated Vid

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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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Domain and Range of a Graph Notes, Homework, and Quiz Bundle
with inequality, interval, and set builder notation
This will stop all confusion of Domain and Range Notation!!!
My students find the chart invaluable especially the Vertical Graph depictions.
Included in this package
1. Complete Cha

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This activity includes 10 question sheets, recording sheets, & an answer key. Each question sheet has a question for students to answer about finding the domain & range, completing a table, graphing a relation, and more (each question can be viewed by downloading the free preview!)
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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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This set of 32 task cards will ask students to identify the domain or range given a set of ordered pairs in set notation, table, mapping diagram, or from a graph on the coordinate plane. All coordinates are integers
This is a great way to do a skill check and can be used for a variety of games- mu

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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Domain and Range Function Scavenger Hunt is a detailed activity to check kids understanding of domain and range within the function concept. Basically, they are solving the problems then searching around the room or hall for the answer. Just a different way to do a worksheet! Allows for instant ass

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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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This is a double sided foldable that explains the basics of Domain and Range of a Function. The PDF is formatted to print correctly if it is sent to a copier that accepts double sided print jobs; otherwise you will need to print one page and then print the other side.
Included is the double sided

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Directions: Begin in cell #1. Find either the domain or range (as specified). Search for your answer and mark that cell #2. Continue in this manner until you complete the circuit. Note: This circuit can be worked with or without students using graphing technology. I would allow my algebra one

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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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This is an amazing double sided worksheet on Domain and Range of Polynomial functions. Students always have trouble with Domain and range, and so I designed this worksheet to help them. It really will send the concept home. After they complete this, I promise they will understand domain and range

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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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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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Students need to match the domain or range of a graph to the correct answer. Then, they write the corresponding letter in the appropriate space to answer a riddle.

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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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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 Wh

This product contains 16 multiple-choice questions. Students must identify functions and non-functions in multiple representations (mapping, tables, graphs, lists), identify domain and range in multiple representations, and evaluate expressions using function notation and the corresponding points o

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This is a one-sided notes page on finding the Domain and Range of Continuous Graphs. First, the student defines domain and range. Then 9 examples follow where they can apply the concept and find the domain and range of each. Key included.
This product can also be found in my Functions Unit Bundle w

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In this fun worksheet involving functions, students will
-answer a fun definition of a college professor.
-find the domain and range of already graphed functions.
-find the domain and range of "manipulated" functions as y= radical x, absolute value of x, x squared.
-ultimately master that a denomin

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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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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 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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This is worksheet #2 on transformations of parent functions. The students are asked to describe the transformation from the parent function, graph the transformed function, and describe its domain and range.

Hello Math Teachers! Worksheet on identifying the domain and range of relationships given as ordered pairs, graphs, or as tables and identifying functions using the vertical line test.
Students definine a function as a relationship between x and y that assigns exactly one output for every input. T

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Students will graph the function using a table of values. A table and coordinate plane are provided. Students then determine if the function is linear or nonlinear. Finally, students must find the domain and range for each function. There are five questions on this worksheet.

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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

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This activity made teaching the Domain and Range tangible for my students. It is a matter of pretending to hold a Flash Light and figuring out where the shadow falls on the x-axis and the y-axis
A visual representation on how to use the flash light is included in this a

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Domain and Range. Excellent review resource for Domain and Range of Continuous Graphs. Includes 24 problems with a variety of types of graphs both linear and non-linear. Graphs become progressively more challenging so teachers can easily modify the assignment to meet the individual needs of studen

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Domain and Range: Students will finding the domain and range of graphs with this scrambler puzzle activity. This activity is great for remediation and differentiation.
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Domain Range Relations & Vertical Line Test Worksheet F-IF.1, F-IF.5
This is a PDF Worksheet with 10 problems that involve identifying the Domain and Range of a Relation and the Vertical Line Test.
The directions for each section are as follows:
Problems 1—4 Create a Mapping Diagram for the

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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

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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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 is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on identifying the domain and range for a relation. Problems 1 - 6 are on identifying the domain of a relation and problems 7 - 12 are on identifying the range of a relation.
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Great double sided worksheet on graphing exponential functions by hand, and identifying the domain and range of exp. functions. Also, identifying growth or decay. Usually takes students 45-55 minutes to complete.

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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.

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 Wh

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Worksheet consists of 3 situations to graph as well as find their domain and range. One "step" function and two linear functions. The first two graphs can be done in class in whole-group discussion, and the third could be guided practice or homework. Works well with Saxon Math Lesson 47.
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This is a one-sided quiz over identifying functions and their domain and range, identifying functional relationships, and finding range given a function and its domain. There are 7 questions total.
The first 3 questions, the student is given a relation and is asked to determine if it is a function

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Domain and Range Matching Activity. Students are given graphs and tables and have to find the domain and range that matches the graph or table correctly. Each answer box has 2 answers (with common mistakes to make the students have to think a little more). A key is included.

Included in this document are 18 cards containing problems and answers. All problems given are graphs, and students must find the domain and range, which are written in various forms (discrete, continuous, and verbal descriptions).
This activity corresponds to Texas Algebra 1 TEK A.2A: determine

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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.

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