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This pattern puzzle works well as an individual or partner activity. Students cut out the cards and arrange them by the type of transformations of parent functions. There are four equations of each type of transformation. Square roots, absolute value, squares, and exponential functions are used in t

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This product contains two separate mazes on identifying transformations of parent functions. Students will use their answers to help direct them through the maze.
Maze 1: contains VERTICAL and HORIZONTAL transformations only.
Maze 2: contains, VERTICAL, HORIZONTAL, REFLECTIONS (x-axis only), and S

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Bring back the childhood game of Go Fish! Practice or review transformations of parent functions with your students in a way they will never forget. This activity works best in groups of 3-6 students. Included are directions and a printable deck of Transformations of Parent Functions Go Fish! cards.

Are you looking for a fun way to practice identifying transformations of parent functions in tables or graphs? Look no further! This activity contains a set of 40 puzzle pieces on transformations of parent functions. Students will cut out the pieces and match equation to its graph, transformations,

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Snakes on a (Coordinate) Plane is a game that I created to help my students remember how to transform a parent function up, down, left and right.
The game pieces are represented by snakes that are lying in familiar shapes, such as a parabola, an absolute value function, a cube function, and a squ

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This is a word document that I use as a hand-out for my pre-calculus students learning about parent functions and their off-spring (I like to call them the "momma" functions as well). Through examples of absolute value, quadratic, cubic, radical, and rational functions, I offer a visual and explana

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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.
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This is worksheet #2 on transformations of parent functions. The students are asked to describe the transformation from the parent function, graph the transformed function, and describe its domain and range.

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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.
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Your students will experience success with this story and lesson plan on horizontal and vertical transformations of parent functions. Try telling your students my creative story on how transformations work and go through the examples step by step. The notes include a graphic organizer, matching equa

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✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Transformation of Parent Functions".
In this activity, students are asked to find the rule of the transformed parent functions. THREE Parent Function

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Students explore transformations of parent functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value and square root) using Desmos Explorations

Students identify key points of transformed quadratic, absolute value, square root, cubic, exponential, logarithmic, and rational functions to graph accurately.
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1. the shapes of the graphs of quadratic, absolute value, square root, cubic, exponential, logarit

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Students must graph the given function g(x); state the domain, range, and y-intercept of g(x); identify the parent function f(x) for g(x); state what transformation took place from f(x) to g(x). Then students can graph the parent function f(x). Graphs and x|y tables are provided. There are a tota

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This is a practice sheet for students studying the transformation of parent functions on the coordinate plane, specifically translations. This practice sheet focuses primarily on translating 6 different parent functions: linear, absolute value, square root, quadratic, cubic, and the power/exponentia

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Graph transformations of parent functions such as: square root, cube root, quadratic, cubic, absolute value, and greatest integer functions. Transformations include combinations of vertical or horizontal stretches, translations, and reflections. There are 12 problems with coordinate grid provided

Students can work collaboratively to investigate the properties of parameters on parent functions. Using dynamic software students will explore how parent functions may be transformed and the roles of each parameter.

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This document contains reference sheets to help students with the concept of transformations of functions. Guides for translations, reflections and dilations are included.
Additional pages for practicing the concepts are included as well. Students are given a parent graph and m

This discovery packet guides students through the various transformations that occur when dealing with basic functions.

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Includes cubic, quadratic, square root, and absolute value functions with examples of transformations. Includes reflections, compression, stretch, and vertical and horizontal movement.

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Students explore transformations of parent functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value and square root) using Desmos Explorations

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This powerpoint discusses the transformations made to parent functions in Algebra II. It can be used as an introduction to transformations or as a test review after the concepts have been taught. The powerpoint also includes a general introduction to inverses and asymptotes. These transformations

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This worksheet gives students practice identifying various transformations on the graph of f(x).

Parent Functions and Transformations (Algebra 2 Curriculum - Unit 3)
The purpose of this unit is to provide the foundation for the parent functions, with a particular focus on the linear, absolute value, and quadratic function families. A chart is provided with all the parent functions that can be

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