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Can your students solve the case? Students become math detectives that need to solve inverse functions, written and visual, if they are to complete the mystery. This is a good activity for students who have learned inverse functions for the first time.
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Students will gain practice with finding the inverse of linear functions with this cut and paste activity. A fun alternative to the boring, old worksheet! I had students work in pairs and it worked really well in my classroom! This also serves as a great self check as students match up the problems

Students cut out 24 puzzle pieces to create 6 completed inverse functions puzzles. Each completed puzzle will have:
1 piece showing a function
1 piece showing the function's inverse
1 piece showing the graphs of both functions
1 piece showing tables of both functions
Puzzle pieces are not matched

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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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Inverse Functions: A set of mixed up functions which students must put into pairs of inverses. Requires students to simplify simple expressions and think about the order of operations.
Students record answers in a table so it is easy to check if they have completed the task correctly. Answers are

Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice inverse functions, then they can learn about melodious life of Alicia Keys.
Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds who h

This is a foldable I use when first introducing inverse functions to my Algebra 1 students. It has notes on the front with two methods for finding inverse functions, so students can look back for review and help, and plenty of practice problems on the inside. I use interactive math journals, and the

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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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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit contains 14 derivatives of inverse functions. The problems start easy where it is simple to find the inverse and then differentiate, and then they progress from there. All functions are represented from trig and exponentia

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This product is a zip file containing 2 pdf documents. One is the puzzle itself; the other is the key.
While assembling this puzzle, students will be finding the inverse of the given function. All the functions used are linear functions. The puzzle contains 12 problems.
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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 stu

The goal of this activity is for students to understand how inverse functions are related to each other and what they are in a contextual manner.
This exploration into inverse functions will give your students some context with which to apply to new and different problems involving inverse function

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Operations on Functions
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Find the inverse of Linear Functions" . This activity requires students to find the rule of the inverse function.
There are 15 questions provided in this maze. From start to end

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Finding the inverse function of a linear function. (set of ordered pairs, table, and equation)
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*stations activity (color and black/white versions included)
*practice sheet
*answer keys
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Two worksheets based on the I'm thinking of a number game... but twisted to I'm thinking of a function!
Activity 1 : A set of tables with inputs and outputs of a function given, students have to guess the rule that takes the inputs to the outputs.
Activity 2: Slightly harder - students have to g

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 individuall

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Student love Scavenger Hunts! They are a great way to review topics. This one deals with Inverse Functions.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first!
It includes instructions of how to use the Scavenger Hunt, a worksheet tha

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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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This activity is designed to help your Algebra 2 Honors and Pre-Calculus students review key concepts 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 composition and inverse functio

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Students find the inverse of linear functions and also use composition to check if two functions are inverses. The assignment is self checking as students answer the riddle You Might Be A Mathematician If You...

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.
The way I like to use these 6 task cards: have the students work in pairs. Try to work your class in groups of 6

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Your students will work hard and stay engaged as they algebraically find inverses of polynomial, radical, and rational functions. These 12 problems can be used as guided notes, homework, class work, task cards, or even a scavenger hunt. The format of the circuit presents problems in a progressive

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These activities requires NO PREP, student and teacher documents included.
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It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke. Kids like this activities because they make the math

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This activity is designed for students to practice finding inverse functions.
This is a scavenger hunt activity. Students start with one function on their recording sheet. They find its inverse and then look to the posters for their solution. Under their solution is the next function for which the

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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.

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A class competition where students find the inverse of a function. Student compete against others of the same ability to try to find the inverse first.

A great lesson for Calculus AB and BC. This activity will guide students through using implicit differentiation to complete the differentiation of any inverse function. For example instead of differentiating y=arc sin x students learn to differentiate x=sin y using implicit differentiation. Thi

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These guided notes will help your kids understand the basics of inverse functions.
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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 is a quick quiz that assesses students' ability to find function inverses. It is a great tool to obtain fast feedback data to drive your instruction.

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This great new Flip Book/ Graphic Organizer for your students studying Inverse Functions is very versatile and can be used in Algebra 2 or PreCalculus.
There are definitions, completed examples, and practice problems for your students to complete, organized for them so they can grasp this difficult

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Here is a great interactive activity for your Algebra and PreCalculus students to practice finding Inverse Functions. There are 10 functions which include linear, quadratic, square root, cube root, and rational functions. All have inverses, however some may have limited domains. There are no expon

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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.
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PreCalculus Inverse Funtions
In this one page worksheet, students will practice with working with inverse functions by using a table.
Answer key included.
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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Operations on Functions
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Find the inverse of Functions" . This activity requires students to find the rule of the inverse function.
There are 15 questions provided in this maze. From start to end, the s

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When covering inverse functions, most texts stick to a very consistent notation, which doesn't work so well when your students encounter international symbols for functions, such as in an IB curriculum.
I wrote this worksheet to make sure students could have practice with the notation.
I use it wi

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In this activity, students will practice the following: given the graph of a function, identify key features of the graph (vertex, domain, range, absolute minimum, relative minimum, absolute maximum, relative maximum, etc.); find inverse functions; solve simple rational and radical equations in one

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Students work in groups of two or three to arrange steps in the correct order to find the inverse of a function. These all have five steps including simple linear, polynomial, radical and inverse functions.

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With this no-prep activity, students will find inverses of functions. In order to eliminate students' ability to recognize the inverse by the numbers in the function, I have created this product using only three numbers (2, 3, and 4). Then, they will find their answer on the abstract picture and

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Inverse Trig Activity: Math Sprints is an activity that helps students become fluent with a specific skill! It really helps with mastering math concepts and storing them in the long-term memory. It is great to do after just learning a concept or reviewing a previously learned concept.
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AP calculus students often find finding slope along inverse functions difficult to understand and solve. These two graphic organizers can help students organize the information in most inverse function problems and help them think through how to solve the problem. They will find these graphic orga

The following Math Lab introduces students to the relationship between functions and their inverse.
* This is a hands on activity where students enjoy and learn about functions and inverse functions as they appear on the Cartesian Plane
* Students learn to read the values of an inverse function

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This is a complete lesson on inverse functions and includes a mastery worksheet within the powerpoint.
The lesson includes a starter activity based on rearranging equations (from AQA's UK topic tests).
A clear explanation on what an inverse function is and how to calculate inverse functions.
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This short discovery investigation will show students that the graphs of inverse functions are a reflection over the line y=x. Students should have familiarity with graphing linear functions and writing linear functions from a graph. They should have also already learned composition of functions.

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This is a great activity for students to find inverses of functions. These functions include linear functions, quadratic functions, exponential functions, and square root functions. Students should use a ruler to connect the function with its inverse.

This activity could be used as practice or to review finding inverses of functions.
Have students work in pairs or groups to find the inverse of each of the 12 functions.
Each pair or group of students will need a copy of pages 3-9, scissors, a stapler and string or yarn to attach the flags/bann

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These lessons are done in Smart Notebook. Each lesson contains an Opening Activity (bell ringer);an objectives slide, which includes the common core standards the lesson is tied to; a definition slide; example slides; ‘try’ slides for the students; and a recap slide. Feel free to edit, change, add,

This activity can also be used as a review. Speed dating cards include the completed answers to verifying if two functions are inverses using fog and gof, write the inverse of a function algebraically, and composition a function and the inverse function to verify they are functions. Includes a tra

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Inverse Functions – Math puzzle
Match the functions with their inverse functions.
I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only three pages and it is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice with in class or at home. The lar

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This activity sheet has 15 conceptually based questions on the finding the derivative of inverse functions. Students are given information about functions analytically, numerically, and graphically. The first exercise shows the students graphically the relationship between the slopes on inverse func

This file may be projected onto a white board or converted to a smart board file. It is an introduction to inverses of functions including finding the inverse of a function, composition of a function and its inverse and graphical analysis of a function and its inverse.

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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.

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