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Algebra 2: Graphing Radical Functions Match-Up Activity
Here's a great activity to reinforce graphing radical functions, graphing cubic functions, finding inverses of radical functions and inverses of cubic functions. There are forty cards, four cards to each set. Every set contains a function gr

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Why lecture why students can explore? This packet is designed to replace teaching about graphing radical functions. Students begin by discovering what the parent function looks like. By the end, students will be able to explain transformations to the radical function and the domain. The explorat

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Algebra 2 Honors: Graphing Radical Functions.
This is the final lesson in an eight-lesson unit on Radical Functions and Rational Exponents designed for Algebra 2 Honors students who have a solid foundation in solid foundation in graphing and algebraic operations on functions.
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The learning objectives for this lesson are the following:
1- The student will understand how to graph square root functions,
2-The student will understand how to identify a translation from the parent function y= √x
3-The student will understand how to identify the domain and range
4-The student

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10 radical functions to graph, provide domain, range, and transformation. Could be used as an introduction, allows students to develop an understanding of radical functions.
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Starting with the parent graph of a radical (square root) function, this set of notes asks students to provide a table of values and graph each function. From there, students identify what transformation occurred.
-9 investigatory functions
-6 functions to match with their transformations
-a summ

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Students put concepts into action by matching 20 different radical functions with their corresponding graphs, key features, and transformation descriptions. The activity consists of 10 square root functions and 10 cube root functions. Each function is unique but similar enough to ensure students hav

Graphing Radical Functions: 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 it reall

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This formula sheet explains how to graph, give domain, range, shifts, and reflections of Radical Functions. Instructions for how to use this formula sheet is also included.
As all of my documents, it's totally editable as a word document.

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- Reflections of functions
- Find the inverse of a function
- Verify two functions are inverses using the inverse composition rule

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- Reflections of functions
- Find the inverse of a function
- Verify two functions are inverses using the inverse composition rule

This is a short quiz that I give my students during the middle of this unit. Problems include square and cube root graphs.

This matching activity contains 10 functions that need to be matched with the function's domain and range as well as the graph. Teachers will need to print the original file (also to be used as the answer key) then scramble before making copies for your students. Have the students either glue down

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This card sort is designed as an investigation of transformations to the graphs of radical functions as they relate to the domain, range and roots.
Students are asked to match corresponding equations, graphs, domains, ranges, and x-intercepts. Once the cards are matched, students are tasked with

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A 10 question worksheet using transformations of the parent function to graph radical functions.

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- Reflections of functions
- Find the inverse of a function
- Verify two functions are inverses using the inverse composition rule

Radical Functions (Algebra 2 Curriculum - Unit 6)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, two quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Simplifying Radicals (square, cube, and 4th roots)
• Simplifying Radicals with Variables
• Adding and Subtracting Radica

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Algebra 2: Radical Functions Stations Activity
This Algebra 2 Activity covers all the topics in the unit on Radical Functions and Rational Exponents. There are eight stations for students to work through in groups of 3 or 4 students. Time should be limited to 3 or 4 minutes per station, which allow

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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Transform a Radical Function" . This activity focuses on three type of transformations of square root parent function:
- Horizontal Translation
- Vertical Translation
- Reflection across the x-axis
The graph of a "Square Root Function"

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Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors: Radical Functions Review-Quiz-Test Bundle
In this bundled set you will find all you need to prepare your Algebra 2 students for a better understanding of Radical Functions and Rational Exponents
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1.) 8 Daily Quizzes (Two forms each day)
• Roots and Ra

This project reviews the following:
1) Graphing linear equations and finding intercepts, domain and range
2) Graphing Quadratic Equations and finding vertex, intercepts, domain and range
3) Graphing Radical Functions and finding intercepts, domain and range
4) Graphing Exponential Functions and t

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This packet helps students discover how to graph square root and other radical functions using transformations of parent functions. Students will graph various equations and use what they already know about graph transformations to help them graph transformations of the square root, cube root, and f

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This is the sixth unit of a curriculum is for an Algebra course. This unit is Radical Functions. It introduces students to graphing, solving, describing, and manipulating radical functions and expressions.
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* A student note-taking sheet which includes: daily objective, example

Students use a graphing calculator to discover the parents functions of even radicals and odd radicals. They further discover what happens to a parent function if a number is added or subtracted outside the radical sign and if a number is multiplied outside a radical.

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Cumulative unit quiz assessing student ability to simplify rational exponents/radical expressions, perform operations on radical expressions, and graph square root and cube root functions by translating the parent function. The quiz also contains a few relevant word problems. This quiz is meant to b

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There are two forms of this multiple choice assessment included, with the keys. Topics include direct, inverse and joint variation, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of rational expressions, graphing rational functions, and solving radical equations.

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Bundle of 8 editions of High Performance Vehicle Performance Task for 10th-12th grade
In the High Performance Vehicle Performance Task, students use real data from popular high performance cars to practice solving cube root equations, and to extend into graphing and interpreting functions in an eng

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Identifying even and odd functions
Symmetry (y-axis, x-axis, origin)
Using symmetry to identify even or odd functions
Identifying a polynomial function
Determine degree of polynomial
Determine whether graph represents a polynomial function
Leading coefficient test for end behavior
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Identifying even and odd functions
Symmetry (y-axis, x-axis, origin)
Using symmetry to identify even or odd functions
Identifying a polynomial function
Determine degree of polynomial
Determine whether graph represents a polynomial function
Leading coefficient test for end behavior
Multiplici

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Identifying even and odd functions
Symmetry (y-axis, x-axis, origin)
Using symmetry to identify even or odd functions
Identifying a polynomial function
Determine degree of polynomial
Determine whether graph represents a polynomial function
Leading coefficient test for end behavior
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Unit Notes on
- Find the nth roots of numbers
- Evaluate expressions with rational exponents
- Solving Equations using nth roots
- Using properties of rational exponents
- Use properties of radicals
- Adding & subtracting roots and radicals
- Perform function operations
- Find the composition

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This is a Pre-AP task in which students work with piecewise defined functions that are composed of radical and quadratic functions. Students will begin with the graph of a piecewise function and use the graph to write the function that it represents. They will then evaluate the function at various

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This is a full Unit on Radical Functions.The document includes 8 lessons and homeworks covering the skills -
Roots and Simplifying Radicals
Add, Subtract, and Multiply Radicals
Dividing Radicals
Rational Exponents
Solve Radical Equations
Solve Radical Inequalities
Graph Square Root Functions
Invers

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Notes (with solutions) for a unit on radical functions and operations for Common Core Math II. Topics include:
*Graphs of Radical Functions
*Operations with Radical Expressions
*Solving Rational Equations and Inequalities
*Rational Exponents
*Solving Equations with Rational Exponents
Can be printe

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This exam can be given in an integrated algebra course or as part of an algebra 2 course. It covers graphing the five basic functions (linear, quadratic, cubic, rational and radical). Skills assessed include graphing the basic functions, determining the domain and range of the functions, identifyi

This game reviews concepts with solving equations, including equations with nth root radicals, exponents and rational exponents. It also covers radical topics like simplifying nth roots (with variables) and operations with nth roots. It also has finding inverse functions, describing graph translati

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This is a scavenger hunt on Factoring and Graphing Polynomial Functions. The answers are included on the last pages. To set this up, I cut manila folders in half and attach the answers to the outside.
Make sure when you set it up you do not put the answer to the question inside on the outside of i

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Includes:
Equations
Evaluation Rational Exponents
Graphs, Domain and Range
Laws of Exponents
Operations
Rational Exponent Equations
Rational Exponents

Two pages of practice to introduce students to solving radical equations and graphing square root and cube root functions.
Happy Solving! from the miss jude math! shop

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A review worksheet on radical functions, operations, and equations

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A series of 11 printables covering:
1: graphing absolute value functions w/o calculator
2: graphing quadratics w/o calculator
3: graphing radical functions w/o calculator
4: graphing calculator buttons for graphing quadratics, radicals and absolute value
5: graphing polynomials
6: logarithm facts
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This is the first section in the study guide for the Power, Polynomial and Rational Functions unit. In this study guide you will graph and analyze power and radical functions. With these functions you will describe the domain and range, intercepts, end behavior, continuity, and where the graph is in

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In these centers, students will practice the following concepts with radicals:
Graphing Radical Functions
Operations with Radicals (Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, Dividing)
Simplifying Radicals
Rational Exponents
Solving Radical Equations
Operations with Imaginary Numbers
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This activity allow students to have fun and be actively engaged while working with Radicals. There are 36 cards with 36 different problems assessing different concepts related to radicals. This is a list of number of cards assessing specific concepts in this activity:
* 5 cards - Simplifying Radi

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This activity allow students to have fun and be actively engaged while working with Radicals. There are 36 cards with 36 different problems assessing different concepts related to radicals. This is a list of number of cards assessing specific concepts in this activity:
* 5 cards - Simplifying Radi

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My tests provide a variety of question types, and questions with different levels of difficulty. This is a test I use after the Algebra EOC at the end of the year, These are topics that are important for students to learn, but are not tested on the EOC, This test covers the following topics: Simplif

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Two forms of the quiz with a Quiz Review
The quiz covers the following:
- simplifying radicals with and without variables
- complex numbers: adding, subtracting, and multiplying
- Using the Rational Exponent Property to write answers as radical expressions and rational exponents
- Graphing Radical F

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This bundle contains notes, homework, three quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Adding and Subtracting Monomials (Review of Combine Like Terms)
• Multiplying Monomials (Product Rule)
• Multiplying Monomials (Power Rule)
• Dividing Monomials (Quotient Rule)
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This HUGE (over 550 pages) Algebra 2 bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 15 units of study, perfect for Algebra 2 students. There are over 195 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the s

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