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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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In this lesson, students DISCOVER how to graph square and cube root radical functions by using a table and transformations.
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• Video Warm-Up: Students preview the lesson by watching a short video on YouTube and then come to class with some prior knowledge. Warm-up handout included reviewin

Also included in: Radical Functions Unit Bundle (Algebra 2 Curriculum)

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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

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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.

This is a simple practice assignment that allows students to practice graphing square and cube root functions. There are transformations of the parent functions included. Students are also required to state the domain and range.Please let me know if you have any questions.Enjoy!

This is a short quiz that I use with my students to check for understanding with graphing square and cube root functions. There are transformations included that they must describe as well as identify the domain and range. They are also required to write functions given the domain and range.There ar

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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.

Guided notes for Big Ideas Math Algebra 2 section 5.3. Layout formatted for left hand column to be filled with Costa's questions (AVID). Answer key included, but scanned in so it may appear very light.

Guided notes for Big Ideas Math Algebra 2 section 5.3. Layout formatted for left hand column to be filled with Costa's questions (AVID). Answer key included, but scanned in so it may appear very light.

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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