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This is a one-sided fill-in-the-blank notes page on differentiating between a function and a relation, exploring the 5 types of functions/relations, and then finding the domain and range of each.
The student first takes notes on the definition of a relation and a function. Then looks at examples o

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This is a 1-1/2 page quiz covering functions & relations, domain & range, discrete & continuous, function notation and independent/dependent variables. There are 9 questions total.
The first 3 questions give the student a mapping, a table and a set of ordered pairs and ask them to deter

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Functions, Relations, Domain, and Range Digital Foldable
an activity or for digital interactive notebooks
PERFECT FOR 1:1 CLASSROOMS!
In this digital activity, students will use Google Slides. There are three slides total. In the first slide, students answer questions about the definitions of fu

Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces relations and domain and range. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook is a great way for students to collaborate and create and manipulate, the practice sheet can be used to reinforce, and I find

This is a great way to review or introduce relations and how to represent them using ordered pairs, a mapping diagram, a table, and a graph. Students will define each representation, represent a relation in all 4 ways, and determine the domain and range.
Included with the foldable are 4 practice r

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Here are 4 stations you can use in your classroom relating to relations, domain, range and functions.

Matching activity allows students to practice reading relations and determine domain and range from multiple representations. Activities give students a break from the monotony of worksheets.
What's Inside:
*Matching Recording/Glue Sheet
*Mapping, Tables, Ordered Pairs cut outs
*Keys
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By the end of this lesson I will be able to:
1) Define and represent a relation
2) Identify the domain and range of a relation
Agenda includes a do now, vocabulary, guided practice, independent practice, challenge, homework and exit slip.

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PowerPoint lesson on relations, domain, and range

Relations, Functions, Domain and Range Task Cards
These 20 task cards cover the following objectives:
1) Identify the domain and range of ordered pairs, tables, mappings, graphs, and equations.
2) Determine whether a relation is a function given ordered pairs, tables, mappings, graphs, and equati

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Students match 20 cards of graphs, scatter plots, sets of coordinates, mappings and tables to cutouts of each relation's correct domain and range in this activity. Once all cards are matched, students can also sort their cards into "function" or "not a function" and record their answers on the incl

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This bundle contains notes, homework assignments, two quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Coordinate Plane and Graphing Review
• Relations
• Domain and Range of Ordered Pairs
• Domain and Range of Continuous Graphs
• Relations vs. Functions, Vertical Line Test

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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Students get moving finding domain and range. Students can start on any of the 20 posters. On the first poster, they will find domain or range (it will be noted on the poster which they should find), mark it on their answer sheet (included) and then find their answer on the top of another poster in

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This is a double-sided practice page over Functions, Domain & Range and Function Notation. The front (12 questions) asks the student to determine whether a given graph (discrete or continuous) is a function or not. Then they are to find the domain and range of each.
On the back, the student is

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********* If you have purchased our Algebra 2 Bundle you already have a lot of the material contained in this packet. We have a separate small bundle of the Pre-Calculus items that are not included in the Algebra 2 Bundle so that you can purchase the additional notes for Pre-Calc that are not includ

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Students find domain and range of graphs, scatter plots, tables, coordinate pairs and mappings on each of 20 pennants in this collaborative activity that doubles as classroom decor. The pennants vary in difficulty making it easy to differentiate. Each pennant has a QR code for quick answer checking

This activity includes 10 question sheets, recording sheets, & an answer key. Each question sheet has a question for students to answer about finding the domain & range, completing a table, graphing a relation, and more (each question can be viewed by downloading the free preview!)
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Now with two options!
This foldable provides a great introduction to domain and range.
Option 1: Notes and examples for domain/ range of relations listed as ordered pairs, tables, and discrete graphs.
Option 2: Same as option 1 but also includes continuous graphs.
GREAT for interactive math note

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on identifying the domain and range for a relation. Problems 1 - 6 are on identifying the domain of a relation and problems 7 - 12 are on identifying the range of a relation.
Posted: 9/1/15 so 50% off through 9/4/15

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This is a set of 30 relations, one per 8-1/2 by 11 sheet of paper/cardstock. Some of the relations are functions; some are not. The relations come in 4 formats: graphs (both discrete and continuous), tables, mappings, and sets of ordered pairs.
I use these cards in multiple ways to ask the student

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Domain and Range: Continuous Graphs Practice Worksheet
(1 example and 23 problems)
Students will use set notation or interval notation to identify the domain and range of various graphs. Both formats with answer keys are included. This resource is designed for independent practice (such as classw

A domain and range matching activity for Algebra.
Included are 8 graphs (2 discrete, 6 continuous), 8 domain cards and 8 range cards. I have also inlcluded a student recording sheet and an answer key. The recording sheet has students state whether or not the relation graphed is a function.
I woul

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Students get moving finding domain and range in this activity. Students can start on any of the 20 posters. On the first poster, they will find domain or range (it will be noted on the poster which they should find), mark it on their answer sheet (included) and then find their answer on the top of a

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Domain and Range Matchup with GOOGLE® Slides. Students traditionally have so much difficulty with domain and range. This activity is fun and no mess. No glue, no scissors, but the same great results from hands-on activities.
In this Drag & Drop Teach Interactive™ activity, your students ma

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Students match 20 cards of graphs, scatter plots, sets of coordinates, mappings and tables to cutouts of each relation's correct domain and range in this activity. Once all cards are matched, students can also sort their cards into "function" or "not a function" and record their answers on the incl

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

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Fun way for students to practice identifying the domain and range from different representations of relations and functions: table, graph, and set or ordered pairs. Students will also practice calculating the range given a function and specific domain.
Activity may be used as a pairs game of tic-ta

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This is a one-sided notes page on finding the Domain and Range of Continuous Graphs. First, the student defines domain and range. Then 9 examples follow where they can apply the concept and find the domain and range of each. Key included.
This product can also be found in my Functions Unit Bundle w

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Representing Relations Functions Domain Range Task Cards Exit Tickets
This is a 2 page PDF file that contains Representing Relations Exit Tickets. The first page contains (2) exit tickets and the second page contains the answer key.
The Exit Ticket assesses the student’s understanding of Represen

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12 questions asking whether a relation is a function or not, finding domain and range, and classifying a graph as continuous or discrete.
These domain and range questions are on tables, mappings, ordered pairs, and graphs.
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**Newly Updated to include more challenging task cards**
For this activity, students will be practicing finding the domain and range of functions and relations, as well as identifying if relations are functions or not.. Students have 18 task cards that range from tables, points, points on a grap

This is a set of 20 task cards that include everything your students need to know about domain and range! Questions include continuous functions, discrete functions, relations, graphs, tables, ordered pairs, and word problems! I have also included a student recording sheet and an answer key. Each ta

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Have you seen the preview?
This activity made teaching the Domain and Range tangible for my students. It is a matter of pretending to hold a Flash Light and figuring out where the shadow falls on the x-axis and the y-axis
A visual representation on how to use the flash light is included in this a

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Algebra 1 Domain and Range of a Function in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to find the domain and range of

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Domain Range Relations & Vertical Line Test Worksheet F-IF.1, F-IF.5
This is a PDF Worksheet with 10 problems that involve identifying the Domain and Range of a Relation and the Vertical Line Test.
The directions for each section are as follows:
Problems 1—4 Create a Mapping Diagram for the

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This is a mini-bundle of 5 items covering Relations & Functions and Domain & Range. The 5 items are:
Finding Domain and Range of Continuous Graphs Notes
Functions & Relations, Domain & Range Notes
Functions, Domain & Range, Function Notation Practice
Functions, Domain & Rang

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on identifying the domain and range for a relation. Problems 1 - 6 are on identifying the domain of a relation and problems 7 - 12 are on identifying the range of a relation.
Posted: 7/3/17 so 50% off through 7/6/17

Practice choosing an appropriate domain and range for different functions.
This exercise will get students thinking about what numbers actually make sense for each scenario. Students must also be able to distinguish independent and dependent variables to determine domain and range.
For example

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In order to review the coordinate plane and practice relation, domain, range, and functions, I created this mini-project.
After introducing the new terms and modeling a small example problem, I gave each student the assignment sheet and a blank piece of graph paper. Over two class periods, they we

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4 Real World situations with pictures, that students use to determine the critical values and intervals of relationships. Topics include:
Domain and Range
Intervals a Relation Increases and/ or Decreases
Intervals where a relation is positive or negative
Evaluating Functions

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One Page is a matching of Continuous graphs to their Domain or Range. The 2nd page is a mixture of Continuous and Discrete representations. They also have to determine if the relation is a function or not.

This 9 poster scavenger hunt requires students to analyze information related to the graphs of quadratic functions.
Students are required to use knowledge of vertex, intervals of increase/decrease, domain and range.
Students are given a sheet with 9 questions. Each question has characteristics o

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This is a one-sided quiz over identifying functions and their domain and range, identifying functional relationships, and finding range given a function and its domain. There are 7 questions total.
The first 3 questions, the student is given a relation and is asked to determine if it is a function

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This worksheet gives students practice with finding the domain and range of relations and graphs. Also, has students decide whether relations represent a function or not.

This 15- question scavenger hunt provides students with practice finding the domain & range as well as determining if a given relation is a function.
Relations are presented in the following manner:
• List of ordered pairs
• Table
• Mapping Diagram
• Discrete Graph
• Continuous Graph
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I have created 6 word wall representations of Domain & Range that will help students recall their place in each of the following scenarios...
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T-Table
Mapping
Graph
Relation
Hand Gestures
Function Machine

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Two worksheets with 19 questions each will provide practice with the following:
- Identify a function given ordered pairs, mappings, tables, and graphs.
- Write relations.
- Given a function, find the domain or range for given values.
- Identify discrete versus continuous graphs.
- Given a graph, us

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Digital Domain and Rang activity
This is a digital version of my Domain and Range Cut and Paste activity designed to help students identify the domain and range of a relation from a graph. The students will drag and drop the domain and range pieces and match it with it's corresponding graph. Then s

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This worksheet helps the student to review the concepts of domain and range by providing functions and relations in several different contexts. For most of the problems, the student is asked to identify the domain, identify the range, and to determine if the relation is a function. Relations are w

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OBJECTIVE: The student will determine the domain and range of exponential functions of the form f(x) = ab to the x power and represent the domain and range using inequalities.
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TEKS: A.9(A)
CCSS: HSF.IF.C.7.E
ACTIVITY: Students will identify the domain and range of exponential functions

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This worksheet focuses on finding the domain and range of graphs. The graphs include linear, quadratic, circles, polynomials, points, a step function, and a sine wave. Also, there are several problems that require the knowledge of using the union symbol. Most of the answers are in interval notatio

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