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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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Algebra that FunctionsGraphing Absolute Value Functions Practice/ReviewMy Graphing Absolute Value Functions Practice/Review product has a total of 50 equations and a blank graph next to each absolute value equation with no prep required by you! These absolute value equations are perfect for giving

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Absolute Value Functions Activity: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and i

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In the activity, students will be challenged to match the graph of an absolute value function with its graph. They will color the equation and its graph matching colors.
Transformations include horizontal shifts, verticals shifts and reflections over the x-axis. There is no horizontal or vertical s

Absolute Value Functions Activity: Math Sprints is an activity that helps students become fluent with a specific skill! It really helps with mastering math concepts and storing them in the long-term memory. It is great to do after just learning a concept or reviewing a previously learned concept. Cu

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Graphing different translations of absolute value functions. Each problem has student's compare the function with the parent function and draw conclusions about transformations.

This discovery activity is the perfect independent work for your students and a great way to introduce absolute value functions. Students practice making t-charts, graphing equations, and analyzing their results. This is also a great activity to leave when you have a substitute!
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Absolute Value Functions Activity: Quick Questions is an activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so quick and i

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Graph absolute value functions. Determine parent function, increase decrease, vertex, end behavior, and transformations.
Perfect as a classwork, homework, or quiz.
See all of my items at Plain and Simple Geometry

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Transformations
This 7-page product covers in a fun and humorous way how absolute value functions are transformed from the parent function. I tried to write this lesson from the point of view of a high school student. I must say this isn’t always easy to do. However, my students enjoyed the humor,

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IN this activity, students will graph aboslute value and linear functions over a given domain and graph vertical lines over a given range.
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I designed these lessons to teach my students about Piece-wise and absolute value functions (the second in a series of 7). This lesson focuses on solving absolute value functions, graphing piece-wise functions and stating the domain and range, and writing the equation for a quadratic given the verti

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This unit emphasizes mastering absolute value function transformations and provides a strong foundation for function transformations in subsequent units. Solving absolute value linear equations and inequalities strengthens students’ linear equation solving skills without the need for a linear equati

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I designed these lessons to teach my students about Piecewise and absolute value functions (the 3rd in a series of 7). This lesson focuses on writing piecewise and absolute value equations for an absolute value function, matching absolute value graphs to their functions, evaluating absolute value ex

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This activity leads a student through an investigation with the graphing calculator to build an understanding for how to re-write a function that involves absolute value. It helps students to realize that an absolute value function is made up of two other functions on their given domain.
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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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I designed these lessons to teach my students about piecewise and absolute value functions (the 5th in a series of 7). This lesson focuses on writing inverses given a set of points, given a table of values and given a graph. It also focuses on writing the domain and range of an inverse and the orig

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This is a worksheet that guides students to "discover" what happens to Absolute Value Functions with transformations. It is set up so students use Desmos and "see" what the different numbers do to the graphs.I have used this several times and students gain a better understanding of what happens to

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Graph Absolute Value Functions using a table; state the vertex, domain, range and size

The students will graph absolute value functions and describe the transformation.

Students will graph various linear, quadratic, and absolute value functions onto a coordinate plane. The completed graphs will form a picture of a shark. Students may get creative and add color and personality to their finished shark if desired. This activity includes the 18 functions to graph, t

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