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Explore parent functions and their transformations with this inquiry activity. Through the exploration, students will see how parts of an equation affect a graph.Students should have a basic knowledge of graphing different types of equations before beginning this activity. The activity begins with

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Also included in: End of Year: Algebra I Activities Bundle

In this activity, students work in pairs or small groups to sort and match cards to form 20 completed puzzles.
Each transformed function is matched with its transformed graph and a transformation description.
Students must discuss and decide how to match up the sets of cards to form correct puzzl

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Transformations of functions with graphs and equations.
Transformations Foldable and/or concise notes for all functions.
An example with the square root function is included.
My students love having the ability to compare/contrast all of the transformations on one page.
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Students will create an interactive notebook foldable with eight linear transformations which include reflections across both x- and y- axis, vertical and horizontal shifts, and vertical and horizontal stretches/compressions. Notes include a verbal description, graphic representation and its functio

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Also included in: LINEAR EQUATIONS Bundle

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A fun foldable to teach how functions are transformed, reflected, stretched, and compressed. One page includes multiple parent functions, four pages have one parent function, and one page is blank for you to use any parent function.

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Also included in: Functions Bundle

Function Transformation Card Sort provides extra practice in identifying transformations of functions. The card sort addresses the Common Core State Standard in High School Functions:
CCSS.Math.Content.HSF-BF.B.3 Identify the effect on the graph of replacing f(x) by f(x) + k, k f(x), f(kx), and

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Monster Graph Function Transformations
Use my monster function or create your own!
This worksheet contains the following transformations:
Vertical Translation
Horizontal Translation
Reflection over the x and y axis
Vertical Stretch
Vertical Shrink/Compression
Horizontal Stretch
Horizontal Shrink

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Transformations of Parent Functions - Golf Game (reflections, shifts, stretches & compressions):
This is a fun way to work through practice problems with function transformations.
** This resource is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED bundle: Functions Bundle
Students "play" each hole

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Use this set of vocabulary word wall cards during any unit when function transformation associated vocabulary will be helpful for students to know.
This product also includes a vocabulary knowledge rating assessment and student vocabulary sheet with answer key.
Display word wall cards on a bullet

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Overview: This is an activity where students must graph transformed functions on the same graph as a parent function in order to observe what happens.
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I created a set of 8 transformation cards for the 4 parent functions with 6 sets to a page. The eight transformations were left, right, u

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In this activity, students are given 12 different graphs and asked to match them with their matching quadratic equation, written in vertex form. They are solving a riddle which is "how do you get 4 suits for a dollar?" Also great for homeschooling because an answer sheet is included!
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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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Explore the quadratic parent function and its transformations with this inquiry activity.
Students will explore how parts of an equation affect a graph through graphing the parent function and 7 different transformations. The worksheet is one page. Answer key is included.
Interested in explori

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Also included in: Quadratic Functions Unit Bundle, Common Core

Function Transformations Independent Practice Book and Guided Instruction Format
This 18 problem practice book is designed as a resource to complement the Algebra 2 functions transformation unit.
Given the equation of a function, students will:
1- Identify the type of function (Linear, Absolute

Looking at complex functions can be scary, but understanding where they come from and how they relate to each other can help!
Using common parent functions, students will practice function transformations, specifically shifting, by both graphing and writing equations. The concept of a "family tree

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Students must create functions based off commands. When they are graphed together (on paper and on a graphing calculator) they create an image of a grumpy old man. I use this activity before I have the students create their own image on Desmos.com. They say it is really helpful for them.
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Overview: This is an activity where students must graph transformed functions on the same graph as a parent function in order to observe what happens.
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I created a set of 8 transformation cards for the 4 parent functions with 6 sets to a page. The eight transformations were left, right, u

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In this exit ticket, a random graph of f(x) [parent function] is transformed. There are a total of 6 exit tickets in this file on transforming a graph. In this file:
Pg 2. Answer Key to Exit Tickets (Total: 6)
Pg 3. Translating the graph of a parent function down and left
Pg 4. Translating the g

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Students discover what happens to the graph of a function when operations are performed to the equation. Reflections,Vertical and Horizontal Shifts are covered. The students use graphing calculators to observe and write a brief description about what happens when certain operations are performed,

Exit tickets (Formative Assessment) provide a great instant feedback while teaching any concept. If you use data driven instruction, these exit tickets will allow you to collect such data and execute a plan of action based on the results. White utilizing these tickets, teachers will be able to condu

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Students must use linear, absolute value, quadratic, square root, cubic, cubed root, and radical functions to create an image of their own.
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- Function Transformation
- Domain and Range
- Finding key/anchor points
- Graphing with a restricted domain on paper and a calculator

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Student must use the descriptions of the transformations on an exponential function in order to find the next question. This includes 20 questions and is a great way to get your students up and moving!

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Students use what they know to create an original or adapted piece of art using the ability to transform basic functions on a co-ordinate plane to describe an image.

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Students will match equations to graphs to characteristics (midline, period, and amplitude) for 8 transformed sine graphs.

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