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Transformations of Functions - Mystery Code ActivityStudents will practice identifying transformations of functions from their parent function given the transformed function. This activity includes horizontal and vertical translations, reflections in the x-axis and y-axis, vertical dilations, and ho
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This is an exploration activity which utilizes Desmos.com, a free online graphing calculator, to allow students to explore the different transformations of functions. — Students will follow steps taking them through each of the individual transformations that can occur. — Students will be asked t
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of exponential functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your cla
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Unique small group activity requires students to think critically about reflections, horizontal shifts, and vertical shifts.Students match 45 “personality” clues to ten equations.Ten additional advanced clues, answer key, and a whole class follow-up with large graphs included.**Click the PREVIEW to
Have your students take more responsibility with their learning. Students begin by becoming and "expert" on a particular transformation of a parent function. After a few practice problems, the groups of student reorganize to teach what they learned to other students and practice more problems. Als
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Engage students in the transformation of functions with this set of guided notes for interactive notebooks. Students use the notes to create their own reference book on the transformations of functions. Students apply their understanding of function transformations in a card sort activity. These
Using function operations, students discover how to transform linear, absolute value, quadratic, cubic, and radical functions. From this investigation, students should be able to identify how to translate a function vertically or horizontally, reflect a function over the x-axis, and when the graph
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of quadratic functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your clas
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ACTIVITY to solidify the learning of transformations of parent functions. Focus on absolute value, quadratic, square root (radical), cubic, and cube root functions. Students create a picture on the provided Cartesian plane using transformations of parent functions with restricted domains and ranges.
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In this Google Slides activity, students will be able to identify parent functions and its transformations.Part I: Given one graph with two functions, students identify the equations of the parent function and the transformation function. They will then need to state what transformations were used.P
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Here is a great introduction to Transformations of Functions and their Graphs for Algebra students and even PreCalculus. The resource includes both a digital version and printable version of the activity. For the digital version, students analyze a graph and determine which of 4 graphs is the trans
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of radical functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your classro
Using function operations, students discover how to transform linear, absolute value, and quadratic functions. From this investigation, students should be able to identify how to translate a function vertically or horizontally, reflect a function over the x-axis, and when the graph of a function wi
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My students loved this activity. I printed out the slides and hung/hid them all around the room. (All 27 problems!) On a sheet of paper numbered 1-27 they wrote down the transformations that they observed and then wrote the equation of the transformed function g(x). Directions are clearly stated on
This power point is an activity to practice transformations of linear, quadratic, and absolute value parent functions. Students do 'aerobics' by using their arms and bodies to demonstrate the shifts for different equations. Example: given y = (x-2)^2+5, the students would move to the right and step
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ACTIVITY to solidify the learning of transformations of linear functions. Can be modified to use as a formative assessment. NOTES, HOMEWORK, and BUNDLE for transformations of linear functions can he found here:Notes: Linear Function TransformationsHomework: Linear Function TransformationsBundle: Lin
This bundle includes the following jigsaw activities:Transformations of Absolute Value FunctionsTransformations of Quadratic FunctionsTransformations of Exponential FunctionsTransformations of Radical FunctionsTransformations of Reciprocal FunctionsTransformations of Sine FunctionsTransformations of
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of reciprocal functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your clas
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of exponential functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your cla
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of exponential functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your cla
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This matching activity is designed to work on a students ability to graph functions using knowledge of parent functions and transformations. In this activity there are 12 total equations that must be matched with the corresponding graph and vertex. Parent functions include: quadratic, absolute value
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of absolute value functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your
Product Includes: Cover page Student organizer sheet (2 pages) Cards to cut out Solutions Product includes Rational Functions, Trig Functions, Conic Sections, Logarithms, Exponential Functions. Sixteen different transformed graphs that students must match the equation to and also answer additiona
A jigsaw activity in which individuals or groups discover one transformation of sine functions and then gather information from other groups to complete a summary page. This activity is a great way to introduce transformation of functions and incorporate movement and collaboration in your classroom.

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