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This function notation bundle includes 3 pages of guided note-taking and practice, along with an engaging function notation murder mystery activity.
Bundle Includes the Following Products:
Function Notation Guided Exploration Notes and Practice
Function Notation Murder Mystery Activity
Function No

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I work through these examples with my students prior to giving them their classwork/homework. We use composition notebooks so the notes sheets are created so they can be copied, cut, and glued/taped in their math journal.
Answers to fill-in
___ - value
y - value
can be written as _____________

These notes give students a good introduction to function notation and how to evaluate functions, including a verbal description problem. These notes address TEK A.12(B):
TEK A.12(B)- Student will evaluate functions, expressed in function notation, given one or more elements in their domains;

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Function Notation Notes Handout offers notes and several examples to demonstrate how to solve these types of problems.

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This explains function notation in a simple manner. It also includes a foldable that allows students to see how function notation works. It is easy to make. Included are two function inserts so one can be used as guided practice and the other used as an assignment.

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Not everything has to be a foldable. This interactive slider shows students how to evaluate functions for a wide variety of inputs. The notes include both multiple representations and equation examples.

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Explaining the significance of naming function for function notation. Includes guided practice problems.
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Function Notation Instructional Notes

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Function Notation Notes for Interactive Notebooks or Class Notebooks

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Function notation practice problems and a quick note sheet from Sarah Hagan's Math=Love Blog.

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Define function notation
Graph
solve for f(x)
Writing linear function

Included in this download is three foldables and three half sheets of practice problems over linear transformations in function notation. The foldables are as follows:
1. vertical transforations: discover the effects on the graph of f(x)=x on af(x) and f(x)+d over values of a and d.
2. horizontal t

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Function Notation f(x)
This product will really help your students understand f(x) notation and how it relates to quadratic graphs and quadratic equations. You may use this product as task cards, (this is my preference), as a gallery walk, or as a traditional packet. When students complete this les

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This worksheet is given to my students as homework after working through similar examples on the notes sheet and completing their classwork.

This is an interactive notebook page introducing function notation and evaluating functions. First, students define parts of function notation. Next, they figure out that they must substitute to evaluate a function. They then evaluate a few functions, and graph the functions (showing them that these

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In this set of worksheets (with partial answer keys), students are guided to discover how function notation works. The first worksheet guides students to discover how an independent value is replaced in the function to solve for the function value. The second worksheet guides students to discover

This foldable is intended to introduce students to or reinforce their understanding of set-builder and interval notation for sets of numbers, whether they use them as solutions to equations or inequalities or for writing the domain and range of a function. There are examples of each type as well as

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This is a note sheet/worksheet for teacher led demonstrations and student notes/assessment that reviews function notation (finding range values when given domain), graphing using x,y tables or slope-intercept form, solving equations into slope-intercept form, and identifying/finding slope when given

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Included is a handout for students to fill in the blank as the teacher / class discusses the topics. The answer key is also provided. I designed this so that some of it can be student-led and discussed.
I teach Precal and plan on using this with section 1.1 from my textbook.
The notes handout is inc

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Algebra 1 Function Notation (with Piecewise Functions) 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 evaluate, solv

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This discovery-based product will guide your students through an exploration of function notation. The notes are student-led, and designed to promote a true understanding of function notation.
These function notation notes include a variety of practice problems with varying levels of difficulty.

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Also included in: Function Notation Notes and Activity Bundle!

Function Notation Cornell Notes
This is a wonderful page of Cornell notes that will teach your students everything they need to know about evaluating functions using function notation. I have provided an answer key to make this lesson even better for you!
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I work through these examples with my students prior to giving them their classwork. We use composition notebooks so the notes sheets are created so they can be copied, cut, and glued/taped in their math journal.

This lesson is the first of nine lessons in the Math 1 Linear Functions Unit.
In this lesson, the students will learn how to:
~evaluate functions presented with function notation,
~represent solution in function notation, as an ordered pair, and as a point in the coordinate plane,
~solve equatio

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