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

The first page contains 21 questions providing the student with Function Notation Practice. The first 12 questions ask the student to find a specific function value given a function written in function notation. The bottom 9 questions ask the student to find a specific function value from a graph.

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

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** Please note that this is a flipchart, which is a Promethean software.
In this flipchart, students are given a function and a "number bank." They can choose numbers from the "number bank" to create a variety of problems, which the class can solve.

The Function Notation Puzzle was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 classroom for the Multiple Representations unit while practicing function notation. There are two cards in the file. One is the card that students cut up to use, and the other is the answer card. The function is given

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The Function Notation Scavenger Hunt was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 classroom for the Functions unit. This set of cards focuses on students evaluating an equation at a certain domain value. Students are encouraged to use the function machine for this activity so they plug the do

This is an engaging, cooperative activity that encourages students to gain comfort with function notation while practicing order of operations.
Students will put the 12 cards in order by solving the problem on each card, and searching for the answer on the next card. A hidden message will be revea

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This puzzle contains 10 problems which students can use to practice working with function notation.
Students are given three functions f(x), g(x), and h(x). Students are asked to find various values of the functions such as f(2) or f(g(2)).
After solving all 10 of the problems, students add up th

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This activity will get students engaged in a fun way! Students will work independently or in small groups to complete each task card. The answer on the task card will solve the mad lib. This is a great no prep activity that allows your students to practice using function notation! Enjoy!

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This activity is meant to provide a hands-on approach to teaching function notation. Students will cut out equations and strips with multiple values of "x" to slide through each equation. While sliding x values through the equation, students will fill out corresponding tables and graphs for practice

Function Notation TEKS Aligned: A12B
This is a fun coloring activity over finding function values using function notation.
On the first 12 questions, the student is given an equation written in function notation and is asked to find a function value written in function notation. Functions range fr

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

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Colouring + Polynomials = Awesomeness. This includes a complete class set of 25 worksheets / colouring pages (yeah.. I'm Canadian!) that combine to create the Spiderman mosaic. Every single worksheet is different, so you can count on hearing great math dialog between your students. And no worries

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Make practice more interesting for your algebra students with this worksheet featuring a football riddle!
Thirteen questions are incorporated into the activity and students must perform the order of operations carefully to get the correct answers.
Students will evaluate functions using function no

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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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This resource introduces students to function notation. It includes a handout describing why function notation is useful and explaining each of function notation's constituent parts, as well as how to evaluate functions written in function notation. The resource includes a worksheet with a variety o

This packet of problems gets students to really understand how to translate functions when a graph is given to them. Eight different graphs are given, but students must create a total of 23 different translations. Approximately half of the problems ask them to translate the function on the graph t

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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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This is a double-sided worksheet over the greatest integer function with notes and examples on one side and practice on the other. The notes begin by defining the greatest integer function and working a few examples using the new notation. Next, a table of values is made and the greatest integer fun

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Students will describe each piece of translation notation written as a function. Students will create a translated image on the coordinate plane using a vector. Students will identify a vector, given a preimage and image on the coordinate plane.
These worksheets could be used as guided practice, d

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Also included in: Transformations Bundle Rigid Motions and Similarity Notation Practice Stations

This is a double-sided worksheet over the Absolute Value Function with notes and examples on one side and practice on the other.
The notes begin by defining the absolute value notation and working a few examples as a reminder. Next, a table of values is made and the absolute value function is grap

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This is a PDF worksheet practice pertains to calculation using Function Notation. The worksheet consists of 10 problems but each has 2 Domains to “plug in” to find the corresponding Range for each. The PDF contains the student worksheet, the answer key and (handwritten) solutions for each problem.

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Function Notation (Evaluating Functions)
This is a great activity for your students to practice evaluating functions using function notation. There are 20 cards included. Each card has a different function. Students will solve the function and find the answer on the bottom of another card. When the

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In this activity students will use function notation to create a 4 x 4 puzzle. I recommend letting students do this in groups or with a partner. I have used this in my classroom and it is great with high level learners! It is a great enrichment activity and it really gives them great insight and

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Would your students benefit from function notation practice? This activity uses mappings, tables, equations, and graphs to evaluate functions. There are 35 questions that give students practice finding the missing values of different functions.Includes: 35 problems to help students find the x and

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Students will find the center of dilation and the scale factor. Students will practice dilating reductions and enlargements and writing a dilation in function notation.
These worksheets could be used as guided practice, with additional practice worksheets.
This item contains 2 PDF files.
1) Guid

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Also included in: Transformations Bundle Rigid Motions and Similarity Notation Practice Stations

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