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Common Core Math Standard: 8.F2
This worksheet gives four sets of word problems with linear situations in different representations, including verbal descriptions, graphs, tables, and equations. Students must analyze the different representations, then answer questions comparing rates of change and

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This activity includes 8 rotations with 4 tasks each for a total of 32 student tasks.
In pairs or small groups, students rotate to each of the 8 pages, posted on your classroom walls. Students complete 1 of the 4 tasks at each rotation. The idea is to explore and practice graphing, creating table

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This worksheet gives students pricing information for four different t-shirt companies. Students must analyze different representations, including tables and graphs. Using these representations, students will write a linear function in slope-intercept form for each different company. Then they will

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5 VIEWS of a FUNCTION
Tables-Equations-Graphs-Illustration-Scenarios
This resource provides 25 UNIQUE scenarios that students will interpret and represent in different ways. It has been a great activity for my students to see the connections between the different representations of a function.
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Linear Functions: Multiple Representations Card Sort Activity
Great activity to reinforce multiple representations of linear functions. Students will group a Linear Equation (y = mx + b) with it's Table of Values, Graph, Mapping and Ordered Pairs. There are 16 equations provided on a separate stu

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Also included in: FUNCTIONS Bundle

Functions Multiple Representations Foldable for Interactive Notebooks
Excellent resource to complement your Introduction to Functions unit. Interactive Notebook Foldable gives 6 examples of function representations: Verbal Description, Equation, Ordered Pairs, Table, Graph and Mapping. Resource

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This cute worksheet is a Valentine's themed problem-solving activity that requires students to analyze linear functions in multiple representations. Students must compare four different candy stores' Valentine's specials to determine their rates and make recommendations for different customers.
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Practice using piecewise functions with these 5 activity sheets. Students fill in the missing information by completing a story, equation, graph, and table of values. Then they identify the domain, range, and whether the function is continuous. A step function is included.
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This foldable covers domain and range of exponential functions from multiple representations including graphs, tables, equations, and verbal descriptions (in which students will have to sketch a graph of the function given key attributes). It would be great for an interactive notebook- there is even

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This cute worksheet is a Christmas themed problem-solving activity that requires students to analyze linear functions in multiple representations (graph, table, equations, verbal). Students will compare four different toy workshops at the North Pole to give Santa advice on where to order this year's

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This matching activity works great with individuals, partners, small groups, or even centers. Students will use their understanding of linear functions to match equations, x/y tables, and graphs of linear functions. There are multiple options for differentiation and re-use built into this resource.

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This foldable covers domain and range of quadratic functions from multiple representations including graphs, tables, equations, and verbal descriptions (in which students will have to sketch a graph of the quadratic given key attributes). It would be great for an interactive notebook- there is even

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Students will complete this activity where they match a question to an answer on a new card. Example. Card A's question may lead them to Card H. They answer the question on Card H and then it's answer is on Card D, etc. Eventually they will make a complete train of cards.
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This is a great way to start (or end!) a unit on linear functions. I personally use this activity to begin to introduce linear functions (word problems, tables, graphs, and equations) and refer back to these situations during the unit. This can be used as an exploratory activity but could also be

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This product is a "cut and paste" matching activity for basic algebra 1 concepts. Students must match a word problem situation with:its function (in both slope-intercept and standard form)its grapha tableits slope and interceptsa possible solution to the situationStudents love this activity as it is

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This problem has students compare gas mileage for several different vehicles. Students must analyze different representations: word problems, a table, and a graph. Students must convert rates into unit rates, then compare. There is an extension problem where students will use the unit rate to determ

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These activity sheets will help students make connections between linear graphs, equations, tables of values, and the stories they represent. This resource is one of my favorites and best sellers!
Included are 6 different sheets, each with a different scenario and a different representation given

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

This Multiple Representations Practice-Test was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 classroom during a functions unit. Students were able to use the Multiple Representations page to see how the multiple representations relate to each other. Students were given an equation and show

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This file includes all you need for a fun filled day of interpreting Algebraic functions in multiple ways: 12 sheets of matching cards (4 sections per sheet), work packet, and solution key. The activity is designed to have students work in groups and OUT OF THEIR SEATS! There are 12 graph matching c

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This is a set of 10 real-world problems that ask students to write an equation, complete a table, and graph. Laminate the placemats and you have instant dry-erase boards that can be used and reused! Two sizes are included (8.5 x 11 and 8.5 x 14) as well as a key which could make this a self-checki

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Algebra Functions Unit: Multiple Representations Student Notes and Practice to complement the introduction to Functions. Student notes work well as guided instruction with the teacher providing examples of each relation or to complement a discovery lesson where students research and discover relati

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This is a differentiated cut-and-paste activity where students match linear equations, verbal equations, tables, and graphs. There are three different worksheets to choose from in order to better match student abilities. Two multi-part free response questions are also included and could be used as

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Okay, so “musical chairs” is really something of a misnomer: this activity is actually designed to get students OUT of their chairs – moving around the room, dancing, and having fun while interpreting and generating various representations of linear functions.
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Multiple Representations of Functions TEKS Aligned: A12A, 8.5G
This is a set of 4 questions (plus 2 blanks) where the student is given one of four representations of a relation (a set of ordered pairs, a table of values, a mapping, and a discrete graph). They work in groups of 4 (each with a diff

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Bundle

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