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This is a project-based assessment covering Functional Relationships, Independent/Dependent Variables and Domain/Range.
The student is given a scenario such as "Jacob charges $6 per hour to haul junk". The student is asked to determine the ind/dep variables, create a table of values, determine whe

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In order to review the coordinate plane and practice relation, domain, range, and functions, I created this mini-project.
After introducing the new terms and modeling a small example problem, I gave each student the assignment sheet and a blank piece of graph paper. Over two class periods, they we

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This is an intense 28 page packet that covers topics and examples for the basics of functions
domain and range
continuity
intervals of increase and decrease
extrema
symmetry
asymptotes
x and y intercepts
end behavior
and then the following function families
linear
quadratic
cubic
square root
cube ro

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Instead of using a test as a summative assessment, use this project that can be graded like a test. Students are given the basic information needed to plan a pizza party.
They need to create a system of equations, create a graph, solve using substitution and elimination, and analyze the answers.

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
CSI: Algebra is a collection of nine different algebraically inspired mathematical puzzles with a little international pizazz. The nine puzzles intend to target specific Algebra 1 units and add a little flair to the ordinary challen

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Parabola Selfie: Students will analyze a parabola in the real world by demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of the following skills:
• Find a parabola in the real world and identify it’s dimensions
• Graph the parabola and determine the following characteristics of the function:
• Domain

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Activities Bundle

Roller Coaster Engineer: Students will create a roller coaster that demonstrates their knowledge and understanding of the following skills:
• Graph a continuous function that represents a roller coaster using parent functions. (Editable for teacher to choose which parent functions)
• Write the equat

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Activities Bundle

Students find the following lesson and corresponding activity to be an exhilarating mathematical experience!* Why?* They find it exhilarating, because after going through the lesson and the accompanying activity, they readily understand a simple but confusing concept. * The power point i

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop

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Also included in: Relations & Functions -- Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

In the hustle and bustle of an arcade, gamers are quick to snatch their reward tickets and move to their next station. How are the amounts of tickets determined? Go to the arcade to practice relations, patterns and functions!In this 21st Century Math Project, you will be given a mapping to the Conte

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Also included in: Relations & Functions -- Algebra Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

Algebra 1 STAAR Review Booklet - Updated for the new TEKS (2017)!This is a review booklet written to help students prepare for the State of Texas Algebra 1 STAAR test. The booklet is made up of 4 pages printed front to back and folded in half. The booklet is finished with a construction paper cover.

8th Grade Functions and Systems of Equations come together in an engaging, real-world project (3 mini projects)!
The projects require the students to create displays that include graphs, tables, domain, range, mapping, and reflection. The students write two functions in each mini project based on a

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The learning objectives for this lesson are the following:
1- The student will understand how to graph square root functions,
2-The student will understand how to identify a translation from the parent function y= √x
3-The student will understand how to identify the domain and range
4-The student

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This structured and humorous task begins by asking students to write and graph linear functions for data presented in a table. Students are asked to describe the transformations from the parent function. After comparing different pay schedules, students are asked to select the best one and to write

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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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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With this project the students will:
1) graph the line y=x
2) graph the logarithmic function and it’s inverse
3) identify the domain and range of the logarithmic function
4) identify the x-intercept and y-intercept of the log function
5) identify and graph the asymptote of the logarithmic function

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TOPIC: Graphing Families of Exponential Functions
The learning objectives include the following:
the student will understand how to
graph exponential functions,
identify the domain and range
identify the x-intercept and y-intercept
identify and graph the asymptote
This lesson meets the Co

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For this project students are instructed to create their own business as they learn, or after they have learned, about linear functions (both proportional and non-proportional relationships). Their business must sell a product or service for a constant rate (providing a constant slope), so that eac

This differentiated outer space themed project covers quadratic functions and is the perfect way to incorporate science into mathematics. This project can be used as an individual assignment, or used as a small group collaborative activity.The project has 4 parts:1) Gravity on Earth, Mars, and the M

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The Creature Project is a great end-of-year project for connecting content that was covered all year in Algebra 1. It requires students to graph several functions as well as restrict boundaries for domain and range. See examples attached.

Challenge your students to create a holiday symbol (Christmas tree, star, etc) by graphing linear equations in Desmos, a free online graphing calculator (www.desmos.com). This project is perfect for Desmos beginners or experienced Desmos users. Students are encouraged to EXPLORE and DISCOVER graphin

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Also included in: DESMOS Graphing Project Bundle (slope intercept form)

Students get thrown into a real life problem with this project! The scenario the students work through is a concrete company that has suddenly lost a vital employee. The company is in need of providing a quote to a customer ASAP for a basement, driveway, and garage floor. Students are provided wit

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