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This game includes: 6 pages of questions that ask students to graph an absolute value function, a student recording sheet (that has graphs for students to use), and an answer key.
To play:
1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes.
Hang the 12 questions around the classro

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This is an investigative task designed to allow students to discover the shape of the graph of absolute value functions and to apply their knowledge of the behavior of functions to a new function type. Students create tables and sketch the graphs of several absolute value functions, predicting the

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This activity allows students to explore transformations with Absolute Value Functions by breaking down each type of transformation and having students reflect on their graphs. This is a really helpful intro activity because the only prior knowledge needed is how to graph using an x/y table. Make su

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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Write the Equation of the Absolute Value Function from the Graph" . This activity focuses on three type of transformations of absolute value parent function:
- Horizontal Translation
- Vertical Translation
- Reflection across the x-axis

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Also included in: Maze BUNDLE Transformation of Parent Functions

In this product you will have:
1. Absolute Value Functions Investigation - Students graph different abs.value functions in different colors to see the transformations. They compare these transformations with the parent functions.
2. Notes - After the investigation, students summarize what they lear

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✐ This activity is a NO PREP-SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Identifying the Transformation of Absolute Value Functions". Students will work with 12 Questions where graphs are provided. Students would need to use the graph and be able to produce the equation of the absolute functio

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Transformation of Functions [Quad, Abs Val, ...] - 9 EMOJIS

In this activity, students will practice graphing absolute value equations of the form f(x)=|mx+b|+c and f(x)=a|x-h|+k. Students will also have to identify the vertex and the domain and range of each function on the Graphing Absolute Value Equations WS.
There are 10 different equations that need

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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These task cards are a great way for students to practice graphing absolute value functions and identifying and describing their characteristics. More specifically, students will…
• Recognize and graph the absolute value parent function
• Identify the graph and write the equation of a transformed

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This color by number activity is a fun way for Algebra 2 students to practice Absolute Value Functions. Students write absolute value functions from graphs and use the solutions to color the color by number template. Great for self-checking.
This resource includes:
- Color by number template wi

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Also included in: Linear Equations and Functions Bundle for Algebra 2 Unit 2

In this activity students use their knowledge of transformations of absolute value functions to match each function with its graph. Students cut out all of the cards and then match each function card with its graph card. This card matching activity can be catered to the specific needs of your classr

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Absolute Value Functions: Algebra 2 Curriculum✐ This 12 questions (MULTIPLE CHOICE & Select all that apply - Quiz is worth 12 points) product is a NO PREP & SELF GRADING 100% EDITABLE (EXCEPT FOR THE IMAGES) activity that will assess students understanding in how to work with Absolute Value

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Also included in: Google Form: Algebra 2 Unit 2: Functions, Equations, and Graphs

Transformations of Absolute Value Functions Matching is an interactive and hands on way for students to practice matching absolute value functions to their graphs and transformation(s). Students match each function card to its graph card and transformation(s) card. This activity can be used in a var

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Introduction to Absolute Value Functions –
This lesson plan incorporates targeted strategies to ensure success for teachers and students. This plan can be used as a standalone lesson or as part 1 of an Absolute Value unit. Part 2 can be found here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Transf

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Students work in pairs or groups of three to graph an absolute value function, write it as a piecewise function, then perform two specific transformations on their function and describe the changes that occurred. This is intended as a practice activity for use before a formal assessment of students

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Cut the 32 squares and give it to each team. The students match the absolute value equations with the intercepts, transformations from the parent graph and a point on the graph. A very engaging activity which reviews all concepts taught in this topic (ABSOLUTE VALUE FUNCTIONS). Engages all types of

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the students work in groups to answer the questions pertaining to their assigned graphs. The students then walk around the room and the respective groups explain their posters.

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Parent Functions (Linear, Quadratic, Absolute Value, Square Root) Sort & Graph Activity
Students will review linear, quadratic, absolute value, and square root parent functions through this "Sort & Graph" Activity. They must sort through 12 cards and identify their parent function, graph t

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Students identify key points of transformed quadratic, absolute value, square root, cubic, exponential, logarithmic, and rational functions to graph accurately.
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1. the shapes of the graphs of quadratic, absolute value, square root, cubic, exponential, logarit

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Absolute Value Functions Matching is an interactive, hands on way for students to practice recognizing the multiple representations of absolute value functions. Students cut out all of the cards and then match each absolute value function card to its table card and graph card. This activity can be

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Students may complete this individually or in pairs. Students will be given 5 step functions and 5 absolute value functions. They will also be given 10 graphs. Students must match the graph to the corresponding function. Check with the answer key provided.

This Common Core aligned package includes 24 templates, which help students understand and make connections between the equations, tables, and graphs of various functions. These link sheets allow students to view multiple representations of functions from Algebra 1 all the way through Pre-Calculus.

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In this activity students use their knowledge of functions and graphs to match piecewise functions to their graphs. Students cut out all of the cards and then match each piecewise function card to its graph card. This card matching activity can be catered to the specific needs of your classroom! Y

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This Common Core aligned package includes 24 templates, which help students understand and make connections between the equations, tables, and graphs of various functions. These link sheets allow students to view multiple representations of functions from Algebra 1 all the way through Pre-Calculus.

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