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Evaluating Functions Scavenger Hunt
Here are notes and practice questions on evaluating functions given in function notation. An answer key is included for the notes. After the notes, students are sent on a scavenger hunt to practice.
All that is required is to print the 12 cards and scatter t

In this activity students work in small groups to practice writing exponential functions from tables and graphs. All functions are of the form ab^x. The answer to one question will lead them to the next. There are 12 question cards included, plus a student recording sheet.
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This activity is a more engaging and mobile alternative to just giving the students a worksheet.
The questions cover a range of topics about graphing linear functions and solving equations. I used it as a review before a quiz over these topics.
To use the scavenger hunt:
1) The slides are curre

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This is a wonderful activity to get your students up and about while working 21 Composite Functions Problems! Use this instead of book work or as a review prior to a test!
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1. Print Scavenger Hunt pages AND Functions Card pages
• You will need one function card pe

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No prep! Just print and hang. Students answer a question at the bottom of a page and HUNT for the answer at the top of another. Students love these! There are 14 problems, which include finding the rate of change and initial value of functions from a description, graph, table, or equation or determi

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Also included in: 8th Grade Math Scavenger Hunt Bundle

Graphing Rational Functions Scavenger Hunt
Looking to get your students out of their seats and interact with others? This is the perfect activity for you! 10 Graphing Rational Functions Scavenger Hunt. These are NOT multiple choice they have to complete the problem and find the answer.
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The Linear Functions Scavenger Hunt was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 classroom to review concepts in a Linear Functions unit. Concepts of slope, standard form, point-slope form, slope-intercept form, horizontal lines, vertical lines, and midpoint formula are reviewed.Students will

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I use scavenger hunts to review a lot of different subjects in all my classes. This one reviews finding inverse trig functions by hand. (no calculators are used) Most use the angles of special right triangles, but some require that the students draw a triangle and use Pythagorean Theorem to find t

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Graphing Rational Functions Scavenger Hunt
8 thoughtful equations and graphs which are taken from my uber useful Graphing Rational Functions Cheat Sheet are showcased in this engaging activity.
1) Print and separate the 8 cards. Each card contains an equation and graph.
2) Hang the 8 questions

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Evaluating Functions made fun! Instead of doing another boring worksheet, try a scavenger hunt and get the kids out of their seats and moving around while they evaluate functions! This self-checking scavenger hunt consists of 10 problems that require students to evaluate functions, either in equat

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Student love Scavenger Hunts! They are a great way to review topics. This one deals with Inverse Functions.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first!
It includes instructions of how to use the Scavenger Hunt, a worksheet tha

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Graphing Trigonometric Functions Scavenger Hunt
This walk around activity will help students practice identifying the key characteristics of the sine, cosine, and tangent functions and matching them to their graphs. Students begin the activity by choosing any one of the equations posted around the

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews composition of functions. Notations g(f(x)) and g° f(x) are both used in this scavenger hunt.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first!
It inc

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This packet includes two (2) versions of the Evaluating Functions Scavenger Hunt activity - a total of 24 cards. By having two sets of cards with 12 problems each, your students will have a couple of opportunities to learn and have fun while Evaluating Functions. Who likes sitting around for the ent

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This activity is designed for students to practice finding inverse functions.
This is a scavenger hunt activity. Students start with one function on their recording sheet. They find its inverse and then look to the posters for their solution. Under their solution is the next function for which the

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Teachers need to cut apart the 20 functions and place them around the room. Students will receive a puzzle answer sheet on which they will do their work and put their answers. Students go to one of the functions, decide if it is linear or nonlinear, look at the top left corner where it will say some

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Graphing Polynomial Functions Scavenger Hunt
This walk around activity will help students practice identifying the key characteristics of polynomial functions and connecting those characteristics to graphs. Students begin the activity by choosing any one of the graphs posted around the classroom, a

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The Quadratic Function Scavenger Hunt was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 classroom as students practice using a quadratic equation to find the vertex, the axis of symmetry, the x-intercepts, and y-intecepts.
The cards all have an “answer” at the top, and another problem at th

In this scavenger hunt students will use trigonometric functions to determine missing side lengths or unknown angles. Students will use sine, cosine, tangent and their inverses. Students can start at any poster, solve the problem, and find the answer on another poster. If done correctly they will

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This product is a scavenger hunt activity that I have done with my Algebra 1 students to review Absolute Value Functions. The activity is quick, but fun for students. It consists of eight problems, which are the graphs of absolute value functions. The problems are scattered throughout the classroom.

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Students will be searching for the answers around the room. It makes them up and going and will to work to the end.
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Place the stations in random order around the room. The stations are in order of their answers as of now. You could just put the stations in numerical order around the

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Students will change standard form to slope – intercept form. They will graph linear functions in slope- intercept and standard form. Enjoy sending students around the classroom to look for their answers. Answer sheet and key provided. Thank you for purchasing from Math Happy.

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This game is designed to get students moving around the room while they practice writing equations for polynomial graphs. I use this after I've introduced polynomial graphs to get my students a little more comfortable with them. Students do not have to calculate stretch factors, so they can focus

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This activity allows students to practice evaluating polynomial functions for given values or algebraic expressions. Problems are written in function notation. Other skills reinforced include exponent rules and multiplying binomials. Students will complete 12 problems during this activity and may

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