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This graphing calculator reference sheet on inverse functions, guides students step-by-step on how to check if two functions are inverses.
Teaching graphing calculator skills help students with:
• Speed
• Making connections
• Checking for accuracy
• Leaping hurdles
*Reference sheet can be used wi

Also included in: Graphing Calculator Reference Sheets TI-84 Bundle

In this worksheet, students must match each function's graph to the graph of its inverse. In the process, they solve the riddle - what do you call a sleeping bull? Functions included are square root functions, quadratics, exponentials, logs and linear functions.
This activity requires NO PREP, a

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

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Features large-print easy-to-understand examples, analysis, and four sets of practice problems. Topics include graphing logarithms and finding inverse functions, domain, range, asymptotes, and transformations. Included are TI-84 keystrokes, bold and colorful graphs, and a thorough review of expon

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Graph the following functions and their inverse. Graph the original function in GREEN and the inverse in RED. State if each inverse is a function and label the domain and range of each.

This choice board resource may be used as extra practice worksheets, an assessment or classwork. Students are given the opportunity to choose different types of problems involving inverse functions to demonstrate what they know. They are challenged to find the inverse of a function, in the followin

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This foldable Flip Book is the perfect way to teach graphing the inverse trig functions to you Trigonometry or PreCalculus students. Your students will learn how to graph the inverse sin, cosine, and tangent functions. The methods use can be applied to the other inverse trig functions. Notes are inc

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions Unit Bundle for PreCalculus and Trigonometry

Algebra 1 Graphing Rational Functions and Inverse Functions in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to identify as

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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Inverse Functions as GraphsStudents will investigate inverse functions by finding the equation of an inverse function, finding a table of points for an original and inverse function, and graphing both a function and its inverse on a coordinate grid. This no prep activity contains two pages of practi

- Sine and cosine functions
- Amplitude, period, frequency
- Transformation of sine and cosine functions
- Graphing sine and cosine functions
- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point
- state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the b

This activity requires students to practice NEATLY graphing inverse trig functions. Students will graph 8 inverse functions (3 inverse cosine, 3 inverse sine, 2 inverse tangent). Students should have an understanding of various transformations: horizontal and vertical translations, vertical reflect

This 6-question skill builder helps students practice the skill of graphing inverse linear functions. This skill builder can be used as homework, lesson consolidation, remediation, or state exam review.
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This download is the fourth in a series of activities where students must use trigonometry to help the character Brocky McTrig hunt for hidden treasure. "Clue #4 - Trig Travels" requires students to determine the period of a sine function and to evaluate inverse trig functions. Great for a partner a

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Students will find the inverse equation of a given exponential or logarithmic function. The student must then graph both the exponential and logarithmic form of the function and identify the domain, range, asymptote, and transformations of each.

Need some quick slides for you lesson or to video record over for distant learning? Here are slides that are short enough to get the point across and still look fun and approachable. I made these to do a voice over and write on with my tablet. You can find the video at: https://youtu.be/wRH-sOlb8

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

In this activity, students will match equations of exponential functions with their graph, the graph of their inverse, and the equation of their inverse.

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This PPT goes over how to graph the cosecant, secant, tangent, and cotangent functions in great detail. Embedded are 20 slides filled with definitions, examples, YouTube tutorials, and more!

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10^{th} - 12^{th}

- Sine and cosine functions
- Amplitude, period, frequency
- Transformation of sine and cosine functions
- Graphing sine and cosine functions
- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point
- state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the b

This activity is designed to have the students practice graphing the inverse of a function by hand. In this way students can gain a better understanding of inverse functions.Prerequisites1. Students have learned the basics of functions2. Students have learned functional notation2. Students under

- Sine and cosine functions
- Amplitude, period, frequency
- Transformation of sine and cosine functions
- Graphing sine and cosine functions
- construct a sinusoid given the amplitude and period that goes through a given point
- state the amplitude and period of the sinusoid, and (relative to the b

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10^{th} - 12^{th}

* Florida Standards
* Objectives
* Lesson Essential Questions - I require my students to answer these and rate their level of understanding of objectives as part of their notebook check for each unit.

This is an Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus exploration of inverse functions. Students gain understanding of inverse functions while learning to use the graphing calculator.