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In the activity, students will be given a rational function for which they must find critical information (holes/VA/HA). They will then find their partner in the room that has the card which matches their information. Once paired up, the two will work together to create a graph for their rational fu

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Graphing Rational Functions Activity: Quick Questions is a 10–15 minute in-class 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

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12 rational functions to graph, explore domain, range, intercepts (zeros), transformations, holes, vertical asymptotes.
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This foldable provides organized notes & provides practice graphing rational equations/ hyperbolas.
The tabs are organized as follows:
1. Parent Function
2. Reflection
3. Vertical Stretch & Shrink
4. Vertical & Horizontal Translations
5. Summary/ Overview
There is at least one examp

My students were having a lot of trouble with understanding all of the ideas that come along with graphing rational functions. So, I created this card sort that students can use to practice. Students are given a mat that contains a chart with 6 functions and columns for vertical asymptotes, holes,

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Also included in: PreCalculus Bundle - First Semester (Trig, Functions, Logs, Function Analysis)

Graphing Rational Functions Scavenger Hunt
Looking to get your students out of their seats and interact with others? This is the perfect activity for you! 10 Graphing Rational Functions Scavenger Hunt. These are NOT multiple choice they have to complete the problem and find the answer.
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Graphing Rational Functions Scavenger Hunt
8 thoughtful equations and graphs which are taken from my uber useful Graphing Rational Functions Cheat Sheet are showcased in this engaging activity.
1) Print and separate the 8 cards. Each card contains an equation and graph.
2) Hang the 8 questions

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This puzzle activity is a fun way for students to practice Graphing Rational Functions. Students connect puzzle pieces with asymptotes, vertices, equations and graph for each rational function. Some puzzles include blank pieces for added challenge. Great for self-checking and assessment. OPTIO

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Also included in: PreCalculus Polynomials Unit 2 Bundle

This is an introduction to graphing rational functions and explaining the graph. This lesson also explains how to find the asymptotes for the function. This lesson plan includes an opening activity, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples, class activities and a worksheet for home

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In this activity, students review rational functions and their graphs: factor and simplify, vertical asymptotes, holes, horizontal asymptotes, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and domain.
There are 8 graphs of rational function cards. Students match the graph, based on the characteristics listed. Then t

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Students are to work in groups creating rational function graphs with the given specifications. I have them graph on big paper with markers.

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This file includes a sheet for students to take notes on finding asymptotes and graphing rational functions, along with a PowerPoint presentation that goes with the notes sheet, including the solutions to the examples. Instructions for finding horizontal and vertical asymptotes are included, along w

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Have students cut out each individual square and place graph or equation face down on a table. Students may work individually, as partners, or in small groups. One student flips over a card and guesses where its corresponding graph or equation is. They continue taking turns until someo

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Graphing Rational Functions Scavenger Hunt
This walk around activity will help students practice identifying the key characteristics of rational functions and connecting those characteristics to graphs. Students begin the activity by choosing any one of the equations posted around the classroom, an

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These task cards ask students to graph original rational functions and then state the domain and range. Students can work on transformations and reading a graph. Use as a formative assessment, exit ticket, or warm-up. It is a great way to see if they really get it!

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This skill builder helps students practice the skill of graphing simple rational functions and identifying domain, range, intercepts, and asymptotes. This skill builder can be used as homework, lesson consolidation, remediation, or state exam review.

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Students will identify particular characteristics of rational functions and then choose one to graph.

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This document contains a walk around activity that reinforces the concepts of graphing and properties of rational functions. 8 rational function pictures are given, along with various recording sheets. Hang each of the 8 rational function pictures around the room. Students must

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This card sort activity contains 8 graphs of rational functions with 8 equations and 8 descriptions of the rational functions (asymptotes, holes, intercepts). Print the following r pages and cut out the cards. Print out another copy of the 4 pages and use that as your key.
I will leave it to you as

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When students begin learning how to graph rational functions, they tend to experience a great deal of difficulty. Often times there is a pull in which they “just want to get it done” and reach for a graphing calculator, not to check one’s solution but to get the solution. This handout is designed to

This is a graphing rational functions worksheet.Standard worksheetGraph using vertical asymptote and table of values8 problems** Worksheets are copyright material and are intended for use in the classroom only. Purchased worksheets may NOT be posted on the internet, including but not limited to teac

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This unit is designed to teach graphing rational functions in parent function form & general form.
This unit contains the following materials: TEKS, vocabulary, higher level questions, warm-ups, notes for daily lesson plans, homework, quizzes, graphic organizer, activities, and tests. The probl

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Student work in pairs to determine the intercepts, asymptotes, end behavior, domain, range, and graph of rational functions.

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This activity uses well-chosen examples to highlight the different features of the graphs of rational functions, including: domain, intercepts, vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, and holes. There is room for students to explain how these features are determined and to work a small example.

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