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*This is the digital version of my Transformations with Square Root and Cube Root Functions Cut & Paste Activity activity! Great to use for Distance Learning or Sub Plans!*This NO PREP DIGITAL activity uses Google Slides to practice practice identifying transformations and the domain and range of square root and cube root functions. Students "cut" the cards and "paste" them into the blank boxes to fill in the missing information.This activity includes the digital file you can share with stud

Also included in: Algebra 1 DIGITAL MEGA Activity Bundle for Distance Learning

- Great for online and distance learning! Created to be compatible with Google Slides™!- In this digital activity, students will match the cube root function equations with their appropriate graphs. Students should be familiar with all graph transformations.- Students will need to know how to identify a graph from a cube root function equation. Includes 24 different cube root functions to match. The slides increase with difficulty as the student moves forward from one transformation to multiple.

Also included in: Algebra 1 Extended - Unit 9 - BUNDLE for Google Slides™

This activity requires students to NEATLY graph cubic and cubed root graphs (8 total graphs). There are graphs with vertical and horizontal translations, as well as vertical and horizontal stretches and reflections. As students complete each graph, they write the letter of the function next to the monster that it went through.Visit the Math Cat Store to find more activities that are engaging for students and time-saving for you!Don't forget to leave feedback! For every review, you'll earn 5% ba

This activity is designed to help students with graphing cube root functions.
Students can graph by shifting or dilating the parent function, or by using a table of values.
This activity also gets students up and about. Place the 10 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick any card to begin with, then graph the function on the bottom of the page. After graphing on their own paper, students look around the room for a graph that matches theirs. Then they graph the next problem.

Graphing Cube Root Functions
12 problems in the form y=a³√(x-h)+k with a graph for students to use. Fits on two pages. Answer Key included.
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This activity is a great way to review graphing square root and cube root functions in an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 class. Students will work around the room, solving the problem at the top of their station, and then finding their answer at a different station around the room. This activity can be done independently or in pairs.This activity contains 10 problems involving graphing square root and cube root functions. The students are given the function and then they will look for the graph that re

Also included in: Algebra 1: Scavenger Hunts BUNDLE

This activity is designed to help students with graphing cube root functions by shifting the parent graph..
Students can graph by shifting the parent function: Cube Root horizontally and/or vertically, or by using a table of values.
This activity also gets students up and about. Place the 10 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick any card to begin with, then graph the function on the bottom of the page. After graphing on their own paper, students look around the room for a graph t

This file contains 6 pages. The first two are a graphic organizer for the square root function then practice with graphing square root functions with transformations. The next two are a graphic organizer for the cube root functions then practice graphing cube root functions with transformations. The 4th page contains an exit ticket with questions aiming to assess students' ability to analyze the similarities and differences between the two functions. The 6th page is a set of application problems

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Guided notes teaching how to graph square root and cube root functions by translating the parent function. I teach my students to use the "base points" [ (0, 0), (1, 1), and (4, 2) or (-1, -1) for square/cube root] and then transform them using (h, k) or vertex form. They also must be able to determine transformations and equations from a graph. The notes are a summation of the whole unit so they must graph equations at the end and also find the domain/range as well as find x- and y-intercepts a

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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This foldable organizes 10 practice problems, in the following manner:• 1. Parent Cube Root Function• 2. Inverse of the Parent Cube Root Function• 3. Vertical Translation (UP)• 4. Vertical Translation (DOWN)• 5. Horizontal Translation (RIGHT)• 6. Horizontal Translation (LEFT)• 7. Vertical Stretch• 8. Vertical Compression• 9. & 10. Combination of all Transformations (including reflection)PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works great during whole group/ guided instruction, as a centers a

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7^{th} - 11^{th}

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Also included in: Functions (Foldable Bundle)

This activity requires students to NEATLY graph cubed root functions with transformations (9 graphs per worksheet). There are 2 separate worksheets included: Worksheet A has vertical stretches and compressions along with horizontal and vertical translations and vertical reflections. Worksheet B is slightly more difficult, as three of the graphs have a horizontal stretch. As students graph each cubed root function, they write the letter of the function next to the monster that it went through.Vis

Assignment checking the ability to graph square root and cube root functions by translating the parent function and solving for x- and y-intercepts algebraically. I teach my students to use the "base points" [ (0, 0), (1, 1), and (4, 2) or (-1, -1) for square/cube root] and then transform them using (h, k) or vertex form. They also must be able to determine transformations and equations from a graph included in a matching section. The assignment also has real-world word problems at the end. I al

This worksheet of 12 equations requires students to graph cubic and cube root functions in vertex form with transformations (vertical stretch/compression, horizontal and vertical shifts, and reflections). When each function is graphed, students find the letter the graph passes through to fill in the riddle’s answer. This is a fun review activity that can be used at any time, but especially in the winter, such as December, January, or February. This activity is appropriate for Algebra 2 or Preca

Students use sliders on Desmos to explore how parent functions can be shifted or slide. This worksheet focuses on square and cube root functions only. This exploration generally took between 10 to 15 minutes for my students in Algebra 2.

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Graph the function and complete the table. Identify the center, domain, range, and transformations.

This activity sheet, containing sixteen exercises, engages the students graphing both square root and cubic root functions. .. Students are asked to graph square root functions with stretches and translations. Students are asked to graph cube root functions with stretches and translations. Students are asked name two points on the graphs to show they have been stretched and translated. Students are asked describe the domain and range for several graphs. Solutions for all exercises are included.

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9^{th} - 11^{th}

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Students will match square and cube root functions to their graphs. This activity highlights the difference between the two types of functions graphically and highlights how the functions look when they are reflected over the x-axis.

This file contains two separate resources. The first is the guided notes that I use to introduce how to graph cube root functions. There are also examples given for how to graph once transformations are applied to the graph.The second resource is a homework assignment that allows me to check for understanding on this topic.Both of these are available for purchase in the Radical Functions and Equations unit that I have available for purchase in my store.Please let me know if you have any question

Also included in: Graphing Radical Functions and Equations Bundle - Algebra 2

Students will graph square root and cube root functions. Students will identify domain and range of given functions.

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9^{th}

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Also included in: Special Functions Unit

This five problem assessment helps you to assess students' ability to graph cube root functions (radical functions). These are more basic problems. Students will use vertical and horizontal shifts and vertical shrink.The multiple choice answers are the graphs. I don't make these too tricky in case students are using small chromebooks. They will be able to easily tell which graph is correct if they have found the vertex and thought through the characteristics of the graph.I always have my stude

Also included in: Algebra 2 Radical Functions ENTIRE Unit Mini Formative Assessments

This five problem assessment helps you to assess students' ability to graph cube root functions (radical functions) with reflections over the x-axis and/or the y-axis. Students will use vertical and horizontal shifts and vertical shrink.The multiple choice answers are the graphs. I don't make these too tricky in case students are using small chromebooks. They will be able to easily tell which graph is correct if they have found the vertex and thought through the characteristics of the graph.I al

Also included in: Algebra 2 Radical Functions ENTIRE Unit Mini Formative Assessments

This is an Algebra II lesson that covers graphing square root and cube root functions. It includes domain and range of the functions.

The objective for this lesson is "How to graph square root and cube root functions."
These lessons are done in Smart Notebook. Each lesson contains an Opening Activity (bell ringer);an objectives slide, which includes the common core standards the lesson is tied to; a definition slide; example slides; ‘try’ slides for the students; and a recap slide. Feel free to edit, change, add, or subtract from the lessons as you like. Make them your own.

This project focuses on student understanding of the patterns related to graphing cube root functions. Students create cube root functions and compare/contrast them to the parent function. Students then create a cube root function (that is not the parent function) and apply various transformations to it. Students discuss the impact of various transformations on domain and range of the function.
A secondary goal of this project is to have students work with web-based platforms with which t

Grades:

10^{th} - 11^{th}

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