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In this riddle worksheet, students need to match a domain restriction to a function that has that implicit domain restriction. It practices restrictions from square roots and from denominators that can't equal zero.
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This set of problems is PART 2 in a series of worksheets designed to help students better understand and master the concept of DOMAIN RESTRICTIONS on linear functions that will lead to a better grasp of Piece-Wise Defined Functions. This worksheet deals mainly with domain restrictions and graphs of

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Functions and Graphs (Unit 3) introduces students to the basics of functions, including operations, inverses, parent functions, transformations, and piecewise functions. Future units will also include bonus function lessons to build on function concepts, such as domain restrictions, and explore more

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Students are the creators of a new wild roller coaster made out of trig functions! In this project, students have to incorporate a variety of trig and inverse trig functions into a seamless ride. This project provides practice with graphing trig functions, writing their equations and placing domain

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Why do we need to know this? Who uses this in the real world? What is the point of this? Ah, some of my favorite questions!
Its time for a "mathematics in the real world" activity!
Clean-up of the Pollutomax is an environmental/water pollution themed activity to demonstrate how algebraic ration

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In this project, students will create a "face" with at least 8 different functions from 4 different function families. Students will use what they know about the shapes of basic function families, function transformations, and domain restrictions to graph their face on a TI graphing calculator. As

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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.CRelated Products…Composition of Functions, Cut-and-Paste ACTIVITYComposit

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Your Algebra 2 Honors students will have foldables, guided notes, homework, and a content quiz in the Rational Expressions lesson of a seven-lesson unit on Rational Functions that cover the concepts in depth.Students will be able to:★ Simplify rational expressions★ Multiply and divide rational expre

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Also included in: Rational Functions MEGA Bundle (Algebra 2 - Unit 8)

In this activity, students graph 11 conic sections to create an Emoji!
This download includes 2 versions (choose whichever works best for your class):
-Worksheet with conics written in general conic form with space to work
-Worksheet with conics in standard form ready to be graphed
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Also included in: Geometry Scavenger Hunt and Activity Bundle

Students will draw using linear functions with given domain restrictions. Each handout has an extra credit "extension" portion which involves translating one of the objects that was drawn and giving their new equations and domains that defines it.

Given a square root or quadratic function (domain restricted), students will determine the equation of its inverse and graph the original function and its inverse on the same grid. Students will use domain restrictions to find the inverse of square root functions. Documents are in PDF format.Include

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Also included in: Radical Equations and Relationships Unit 8 + Activities Bundle Texas Algebra 2

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The Inverse Functions Riddle Activity’s self-checking independent or partner practice supports students working through new material. Students will find the inverse of quadratic (domain restricted), square root, cubic, cube root, and a few linear functions. Riddles A and B ask students to match the

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Also included in: Radical Equations and Relationships Unit 8 + Activities Bundle Texas Algebra 2

The Radical Equations and Relationships Unit (Unit 8) includes notes, practice, reviews, and assessment. Documents are in PDF format. Editable versions of all forms of the mid-unit assessment and test are also included in DOCX (MS Word) format. The Radical Equations and Relationships Unit (Unit

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Students will practice graphing logarithmic equations, quadratic equations, and even a few circles, with domain restrictions. Perfect for a cumulative activity at the end of the logarithms unit, or when you're getting closer to Spring Break. Additional version that includes a sine and cosine wave a

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Included in this document are 18 cards containing problems and answers. Students must determine the inverse of either square root or quadratic functions from multiple representations including graphs, equations and tables. Then students must identify key features about the inverse including intercep

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This is a leveled assessment for the fourth standard in the fourth unit of my Algebra 1 course.This quiz matches the Unit 4 proficiency scale also available on my site.Relate the domain of a function to its graph and, where applicable, to the quantitative relationship it describes. For example, if t

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This is set of practice questions for rational functions. The assignment is best given at the beginning of a rational functions unit. Questions are intended to help students build confidence with rational functions by relating them to their current knowledge of domain discontinuity and polynomial

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Handwritten notes that I made for my HL students on Topic 2 in the IB - Functions. It includes:
2.1 - Concepts (Domain, range, composite, inverse, domain restriction, odd/even functions)
2.2 - Graph Features (Intercepts, asymptotes, absolute value graphs)
2.3 - Transformations
2.4 - Rational, Log,

This study guide gives the name of the function, the graph, the parent equation, the roots, bends, end behavior and domain restrictions. It can easily be converted to a worksheet or graphic organizer where the student fills in the columns. Covers everything from constant functions to piecewise &am

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Students will find the inverses of square root and quadratic functions, including any necessary domain restrictions. 3 Puzzles IncludedLevel 1 (Average; 12 problems) Level 2 (Challenge; 12 problems)Level 3 (Mixed; 24 problems) This activity is in PDF format. The student versions are pre-scrambled so

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Also included in: Radical Equations and Relationships Unit 8 + Activities Bundle Texas Algebra 2

The Radical Equations and Relationships Unit (Unit 8) includes notes, practice, reviews, and assessment. Looking for a unit that includes activities? Find the Radical Equations and Relationships Unit 8 + Activities bundle on the bundles tab! Documents are in PDF format. Editable versions of all fo

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