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This lesson includes a guided notes handout, practice worksheets, an exit ticket, and a next-day warm-up problem. Students will:describe the effects of translating the linear parent function y=x vertically and horizontallyshift y=x up, down, left, and rightgraph the transformed functionformulate the

9/13/18 I added Assignment AIncluded in this zip folder are 6 Power Point files. 1 is an introductory lesson, 4 are assignments and 1 is a printable reference. Assignment #4 is on the Socrative platform at Socrative.com. The share number is included in the Assignment #4 file. The Intro lesson is a

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8^{th} - 11^{th}

This powerpoint introduces transformations of functions, with a focus on translation and reflection. First students explore vertical and horizontal translation through a variety of examples and representations. Next, they focus on vertical and horizontal reflection again with a variety of examples

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9^{th} - 11^{th}

This lesson includes a guided notes handout, practice worksheets, an exit ticket, and a next-day warm-up problem. Students will:describe the effects of translating the quadratic parent function y=x² vertically and horizontallyshift y=x² up, down, left, and rightgraph the transformed functionformulat

This 10 page student led lesson allows students to discover the effects of h and k values (horizontal and vertical shifts)on various functions. Included is a 27 question worksheet to reinforce the concepts.

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11^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

This worksheet has students graph 9 different equations that include a combination of transformations of the parent functions given below without using a calculator, write an equation given a description of translations, and write an equation given a graph of a translated function. Transformations i

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Transformations of Parent Functions ENTIRE UNIT BUNDLE

This resource has 10 translated functions that students need to pair with the parent functions. The functions used are quadratic, cubic, absolute value, square root, and cube root. They then need to match the descriptions of the translated function with the proper equation. Next comes the table o

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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This worksheet has students graph 9 different equations that include a combination of transformations of the seven parent functions given below. Students are asked to use parent functions and knowledge of transformations to obtain the graph of the equation without using a calculator.Transformations

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Transformations of Parent Functions ENTIRE UNIT BUNDLE

This worksheet has students graph 8 different equations that include a combination of transformations of the parent functions given below. Students are asked to use parent functions and knowledge of transformations to obtain the graph of the equation without using a calculator.Transformations in thi

Also included in: Transformations of Parent Functions ENTIRE UNIT BUNDLE

This lesson is used to teach Translations of Sine and Cosine Functions. It is the second of my 5-lesson bundle I use to teach Graphing Trigonometric Functions.
This lesson consists of Student Fill-in-the-blank Notes (2 pages + 1 page Answer Key) and PowerPoint Presentation (13 slides). Includes war

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

Update I added Intro #2 which has a YouTube link and an accompanying socrative quiz.Update I added Graphs of 5 Common Functions Assignment #1EUpdate I added Assignment AIncluded in this zip folder are 6 PDF files. 1 is an introductory lesson, 4 are assignments and 1 is a printable reference. Assig

Worksheet of graphs of trig functions. Students graph the function and identify the amplitude, period, domain, range, endpoints of a cycle, and the equivalent equation in terms of sine or cosine.

Included in this zip folder are 6 SMART Notebook files. 1 is an introductory lesson, 4 are assignments and 1 is a printable reference. Assignment #4 is on the Socrative platform at Socrative.com. The share number is included in the Assignment #4 file.
The Intro lesson is a 29 slide file. It is a l

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8^{th} - 11^{th}

This is a matching activity where students are required to match the graph of the function and the translation of the function to the equation of the function. All of the following types of functions are included in the matching activity:
- Linear
- Absolute Value
- Quadratic
- Cubic
- Quartic
- S

Guided Activity on Horizontal and Vertical Translations of Functions. This activity is designed for students to do on their own with little teacher instruction. In it they learn the concept of horizontal and vertical translations and how graphs and equations are adjusted accordingly.

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9^{th} - 11^{th}

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Students will demonstrate an understanding of the translations of functions, the effects of these translations on the domain and range, and inverses of functions. They will write a paper including graphs, algebraic equations and discussion of the behavior of the functions. A grading rubric is incl

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Homework I use after going over the Vertex Form and all types of shifts, scaling, and reflecting of a parent function

Give a group of students a function and 5 different descriptions of translations that include reflections about the x axis, and horizontal and vertical shifts. They must do all the transformations correctly to obtain the correct final answer - allows them to go back and check for where mistakes are

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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The objective for this lesson is How to graph vertical and horizontal shifts and reflections of the graphs of the sine and cosine functions.These lessons are done in Smart Notebook. Each lesson contains an Opening Activity (bell ringer);an objectives slide, which includes the common core standards t

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Adult Education

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BOOM! POW! WHAMO! If those words remind you of your 7th Period Class, I... think you need to find someone that can help you. If your kids dig comics and comic-book movies. This 21st Century Math Project might be perfect for them! Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus classroom into Superhero City whil

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7^{th} - 12^{th}

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In this rigorous, engaging, and paperless NO PREP activity on graphical transformations of functions, your students will identify the type of function, its graph, and the transformations which have been applied to its parent function. This activity is also designed to be used with blended classes a

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10^{th} - 12^{th}

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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