This is a double-sided worksheet over the Absolute Value Function
with notes and examples on one side and practice on the other.
The notes begin by defining the absolute value notation and working a few examples as a reminder. Next, a table of values is made and the absolute value function is graphed. Also, domain and range are determined. Finally, 3 examples are graphed. Students are encouraged to make a table of values and then decide what transformations occurred. Domain and range are also found.
The back provides 9 more equations to be graphed by either using transformations or by making a t-table. The range of each is found since the domain is always all real numbers. Key included.
Absolute Value Functions Activity
Graphing Absolute Value Functions Coloring Activity
Solving Absolute Value Equations Coloring Activity
Linear vs. Quadratic vs. Absolute Value Functions Foldable
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