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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

Students cut out 24 puzzle pieces to create 6 completed puzzles. Each will have:1 piece showing a function1 piece showing the function's inverse1 piece showing the graphs of both functions1 piece showing tables of both functionsThis activity covers linear, quadratic and radical functions.Puzzle piec

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Also included in: Functions Activity Bundle

This new, innovative bundle is geared for Algebra 2 and PreCalculus students to use their reasoning skills along with their algebraic skills to find inverse algebraic functions. The cards are designed to reinforce the concepts taught in class. These cards along with the answer sheet can be used

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Activity Bundle

Here's a great task card activity for Graphing Radical Functions and Their Inverses to reinforce graphing radical functions, graphing cubic functions, finding inverses of radical functions and inverses of cubic functions. There are 40 task cards, four cards to each set. Each set contains a function

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Honors Activities Growing Bundle

A great way for students to practice inverse functions.
Station #1: Graphing the inverse
Station #2: Find the inverse
Station #3: Horizontal Line Test
Station #4: Domain and Range of Function and Inverses
Station #5: Verify functions are inverses
Station #6: Student Error Analysis
Pages 7-8: Ans

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Students match graphs, scatter plots and tables to their inverses. This activity works well as an extended warm up the day after inverses are introduced and/or as review for an assessment. After matching, students are then asked to find the domain and range of each relation and its inverse. As stude

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Students will solve problems related to inverse functions. Students will find the inverse of a function, determine if two functions are inverses, find the value of the inverse at a point, and find the graph of an inverse function. There are 11 stations.
This activity can be completed individually

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This activity is designed to help your Algebra 2 Honors and Pre-Calculus students review key concepts using symbolic practice at the end of the unit on Functions and Graphs. There are two different practice sets. The first is transformations of functions from a graph.The second is reading compositi

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Also included in: PreCalculus Bundle of Activities

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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With these task cards, your students will practice finding composite functions, finding domain and range of a function and its inverse, finding the inverse of a function, and graphing. ***There's also a digital and hybrid print/digital version available.The way I like to use these 6 task cards: have

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Also included in: Inverse & Composite Functions, Domain and Range Task Cards with Digital Version

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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Your PreCalculus Honors students will have foldables, guided notes, homework, and a content quiz on Inverse Functions that cover the concepts in depth from the nine-lesson unit on Functions and Graphs.Students will be able to:★ Find inverse functions informally and algebraically.★ Verify two functio

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Also included in: Functions and Graphs MEGA Bundle (PreCalculus - Unit 1)

This bundle contains five comprehensive lessons on Graphing Trigonometric Functions. The PowerPoint presentations are paired with students’ fill-in-the-blanks notes sheets (a total of 8 notes pages, 70 PowerPoint slides, one graphing worksheet + answer key, and answer key to class work problems).

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This handout describes the relationship between a function and its inverse. It lists the steps to find the inverse of a function, focuses on domain and range of both, describes the horizontal line test, and the relationship between the graphs of functions and their inverses and the line y = x.Vizual

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In this problem set, students use what they know about the derivative of inverse functions. They apply this knowledge graphically (given a graph of f), numerically (given a table of values for f and f'), analytically (given a formula for f).

Also included in: Calculus AB Resources (discounted bundle)

With this project the students will:
1) graph the line y=x
2) graph the logarithmic function and it’s inverse
3) identify the domain and range of the logarithmic function
4) identify the x-intercept and y-intercept of the log function
5) identify and graph the asymptote of the logarithmic function

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Four piece puzzle activity. Print on card stock and cut out the pieces. Students will need to piece together the following:
Given a square root function,identify the graph of the square root function, identify the inverse function, and the verbal description of the transformation as it relates to

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Freyor Model graphic organizer were students create their own equation and find and graph the inverse of it. I allowed my students to Google the definition to copy. I made lines on each section so that students could write a sentence on what they noticed about the original equation, table, and graph

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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

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

This assignment includes problems determining if functions are one-to-one, finding the inverse algebraically and determining the domain, and graphing inverses.
CCSS: F.BF.4

This is a double-sided practice page with 8 questions over Finding and Graphing Inverse Functions. TEKS Aligned: 2A.2B, 2A.2C
This practice page has the student find the inverse, graph both on the same coordinate grid and then find the domain and range of each. Restricted domains included. Students

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Also included in: Algebra 2 GROWING Bundle

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