Polynomial End Behavior with Boom Cards™
Digital SelfChecking Boom Cards are a great way for students to practice their skills determining End Behavior of Polynomials, a first step in graph sketching. Students analyze odd and even powers and the sign of the leading coefficient of the polynomial
This Exit Ticket product is part of Exit Ticket  BUNDLE POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
This file consists of 4 different exit tickets assessing the understanding of:
 classifying polynomials by degree
 classifying polynomials by number of terms
 describing the end behavior of a function.
The
Not everything has to be a foldable! This is a great notebook "tapein" graphic organizer to help your students during instruction involving polynomial functions. Each page contains 4 tapein organizers.
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This activity allows students to investigate the patterns of end behaviors of polynomial functions.
The activity is intended to be used with some sort of graphing software (calculators, GeoGebra, desmos, etc).
Students will determine leading coefficients and degrees of 12 different polynomial fu
Polynomial End Behavior Sort
In this activity, students will sort a variety of polynomials and graphs according to their appropriate end behavior. 2 sets of sorting mats are included: One set has the number of polynomials/graphs that will be sorted into each section. The other set does not. This is
Classifying polynomials by degree and number of terms.
Writing polynomials in standard form.
Determine the end behavior.
Finding real solutions (use calculator)
Find the relative max/min
Find the real or imaginary zero's
Divide polynomials
Writing the polynomial function given the zero's
Pages 1 and 2 are 16 cards which describe the end behavior of a polynomial. Pages 3 and 4 are 16 cards with polynomials. Each of the 16 cards on pages 1 and 2 matches with the 16 cards on pages 3 and 4. The 16 cards on pages 1 and 2 are in matching order with the 16 cards on pages 3 and 4 (for this
The problems and activities within this document are designed to assist students in achieving the following standards: HSF.IF.B.4 & HSF.IF.C.7.C, as well as the standards for mathematics practice and the literacy standards. They are also designed to help the teacher assess the students’ abiliti
Mean't to have students work through and discover how the degree and leading coefficients effect the graph. Great investigation; I have used it with much success.
An easy to use chart for determining end behavior of a polynomial. Use the sign of the leading coefficient (columns) and whether the degree is even or odd (rows) to predict what the graph will look like.
This PDF includes 4 different formats (color, grayscale, semiblank, fully blank). Print at nor
Guiding by a worksheet, students will sort equations for polynomial functions (which have a picture of their graphs) by Even vs. Odd degrees. Then they will further sort into Positive/Negative leading coefficients. They will develop the rules for what determines the end behavior of the graphs.
These two sorting activities will help your students practice identifying end behaviors for polynomial functions. They will classify each function according to its end behavior using cards with a mix of equations, explanations, and graphs.
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Your students will grasp the concepts with this engaging pair of activities on Polynomial End Behavior. This resource is designed for PreCalculus but is appropriate for Algebra 2 for some curricula. It includes two learning activities. The first is an interactive foldable with matching whi
This maze is part of : Maze  BUNDLE Polynomial Functions
This product is a good review of "describing the END BEHAVIOR of Polynomial Functions". This maze is provided in three different descriptions of the end behavior (depending on the notation you use at your school):
 Rise/Fall

End Behavior of Polynomials Cheat Sheet or Foldable.
Create a foldable or just pass out the End Behavior cheat sheet, the choice is yours.
I have found that this is the BEST way to teach end behavior.
Your students will understand this concept in 5 minutes guaranteed!!! If they do not, then ple
This is a 2 day lesson (40 minutes ) that leads students from the end behavior of higher degree polynomials, recognizing multiplicity roots, graphing with end behavior and roots, understanding connection between number of roots and degree of polynomial along with the shape (bumps) of the graph. The
Do you like sorts but hate the mess?In this fun NO PREP Paperless activity your students classify functions according to their end behavior. They drag the function into the correct section on a digital sorting mat. There are 18 functions to sort, with a mix of equations and descriptions. I have
A fun way to practice the end behavior of polynomial functions.
Students determine the sign of the leading coefficient and whether the degree is odd or even to help determine the end behavior of each polynomial function. Sketch arms for each snowman to show the end behavior. f(x) approaching __
PLEASE NOTE: This foldable is a template! I have not included examples or an answer key!
This foldable organizes the 4 possibilities for end behavior of polynomial functions
• Positive/ Even  up & up
• Positive/ Odd down & up
• Negative/ Even down & down
• Negative/ Odd up & d
In this fun game, students race against their opponent to complete problems that involve identifying the end behavior of higher degree polynomials.
Each student has a set of the same problems, while they share one writing utensil. Players take turns completing problems and rolling a die. One p
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Use this guided worksheet to help your students explore the end behavior of polynomial functions! The objective is to create a conjecture about the end behavior of a polynomial function with regards to the value of the leading coefficient and the degree of the function. It is a simple, quick and str