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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

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Also included in: BUNDLE: Transformations of Functions Jigsaw Activities

This file contains two different resources. The first is the guided notes that I use to introduce what each particular term does to a radical function. They are examples given in words as well as graphs. Students are then told to create their own radical function give a description of a transformati

This is a worksheet where students will first need to describe the transformations when given a function, then they will match the function with the correct graph.

Radical Functions (Algebra 2 Curriculum - Unit 6)This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, two quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:• Simplifying Radicals (square, cube, and 4th roots)• Simplifying Radicals with Variables• Adding and Subtracting Radicals (in

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Curriculum

Why lecture why students can explore? This packet is designed to replace teaching about graphing radical functions. Students begin by discovering what the parent function looks like. By the end, students will be able to explain transformations to the radical function and the domain. The explorat

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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Transform a Radical Function" . This activity focuses on three type of transformations of square root parent function:- Horizontal Translation- Vertical Translation- Reflection across the x-axis The graph of a "Square Root Function" is pr

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Also included in: Maze BUNDLE Transformation of Parent Functions

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

This packet helps students discover how to graph square root and other radical functions using transformations of parent functions. Students will graph various equations and use what they already know about graph transformations to help them graph transformations of the square root, cube root, and f

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10 radical functions to graph, provide domain, range, and transformation. Could be used as an introduction, allows students to develop an understanding of radical functions.
Answer key provided

Starting with the parent graph of a radical (square root) function, this set of notes asks students to provide a table of values and graph each function. From there, students identify what transformation occurred.
-9 investigatory functions
-6 functions to match with their transformations
-a summ

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Students put concepts into action by matching 20 different radical functions with their corresponding graphs, key features, and transformation descriptions. The activity consists of 10 square root functions and 10 cube root functions. Each function is unique but similar enough to ensure students hav

This is a foldable designed for interactive math notebooks.This foldable walks students through the process of graphing square root (or radical) functions.Students are shown the form of the equation and what each part represents. Students are then guided through 1. Graphing the parent function on

Also included in: Algebra 1 Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions BUNDLE

In this lesson, students DISCOVER how to graph square and cube root radical functions by using a table and transformations.
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• Video Warm-Up: Students preview the lesson by watching a short video on YouTube and then come to class with some prior knowledge. Warm-up handout included reviewin

Also included in: Radical Functions Unit Bundle (Algebra 2 Curriculum)

Unit Notes on
- Find the nth roots of numbers
- Evaluate expressions with rational exponents
- Solving Equations using nth roots
- Using properties of rational exponents
- Use properties of radicals
- Adding & subtracting roots and radicals
- Perform function operations
- Find the composition

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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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Also included in: General Parent Functions Transformations: Bundle

This is a set of 16 task cards designed for students to practice graphing radical or square root functions.
Each set of cards guides students through graphing the parent function, as well as the new given function. Students graph both on each card, and then list the domain, range, and note the t

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Radical Expressions, Equations, and Functions BUNDLE

This is a FULL YEAR resource of Algebra 1 Daily Questions for Warm Ups, Do Nows, Bell Ringers, or however you want to call them or use them! Right now, this resource is completed for the first 40 weeks and includes a recording sheet. An answer key will be continue to be added. With one question/p

HOMEWORK to solidify the learning of transformations of radical (square root) functions. Can also be modified to use as math stations.NOTES, ACTIVITY, and BUNDLE for transformations of radical (square root) functions can he found here:Notes: Radical (Square Root) Function TransformationsActivity: Ra

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Also included in: Bundle: Radical (Square Root) Function Transformations

- In this digital activity, students will be able to identify the equation to the given radical function on the coordinate plane. They must know the different parts to square root functions.- This activity includes 32 different radical function graphs they must identify the equation for. The problem

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Also included in: Radicals - BUNDLE - GOOGLE Slides

This is an "All things Radicals" Bundle. The Bundle Includes:- Operations on Radical Expressions Graphic Organizer- Operations on Radical Expressions Matho Game- Radical Functions Exit Ticket - Radical Transformations Exit ticket- Simplifying Radical Expressions Exit Ticket- Solving Radical Equation

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This file contains my radical functions and equations unit. There are guided notes and homework practice assignments for each lesson. There is also a warmup for each day included. There is a quiz - two versions - included for half way through the unit. There is a study guide provided as well as a te

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