With references for domain, range, increasing and decreasing in interval notation, zeros, vertex, axis of symmetry and parent graphs for absolute value, radical, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, rational, linear, constant, greatest integer (a step function version is also included), cubic and cube root functions, this word wall is perfect for a bulletin board in your Algebra 2 classroom. This word wall is black & white so that you can color code the way that works best for your students.
Also included are 4 nonlinear graph anchor charts for absolute value, quadratic, radical and polynomial graphs. With the graphs come reference cards for each graph's vertex, domain, range and equation. I refer to these 3 graph posters just about every day in my Algebra 2 classes to emphasize the link between a graph, its equation, its vertex and its domain and range. You can see one of the 3 newly-added nonlinear graphs in this video. In addition to this radical graph are similar ones for quadratics and absolute value. All files in the zipped folder are PDFs.
**This word wall is discounted in: Math Word Walls bundle.
We refer to this word wall every day in my Algebra 2 classes. My students like the reminders for how to note domain, range, increasing and decreasing and how vertex shifts relate to equations in vertex form. I refer to the 3 nonlinear anchor charts throughout the year to remind students how an equation relates to its graph's vertex and how to find domain and range of these 3 example graphs.
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