Included in the following document are fourteen different quizzes and extra materials for you to cut, paste or easily manipulate. I the quizzes when I discovered my advanced math students were dependent on their calculators for graphing basic functions and transformations (horizontal, vertical, reflections). I decided to give my students 10 question “no calculator” quizzes randomly throughout the year. All quizzes require basic sketching of the following parent functions: linear, quadratic, cubic, absolute value, square root, rational, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric, and piecewise functions. On some versions Iincluded some open ended questions that allow students to develop their own formulas based on a point on a graph, while being given the end behavior of the function. I did the best I could to select images that summarize the general tone of each quiz.
Details of each different version are as follows.
Quiz Version A - 6 different quizzes (increased difficulty from A1 to A6)
Quizzes include the following functions: Linear, quadratic, cubic, absolute value, square root, basic rational functions and piecewise.
Topics also included: domain & range, and left / right handed behavior.
Version B - 6 different quizzes (increased difficulty from B1 to B6)
These include all topics from version A but also contain: exponential, logarithmic, and all six trigonometric functions.
Version C - 2 different quizzes
The last two include a combination of all of the functions include, and ask students to develop equations based on a graph.
I could see an Algebra 2 or pre-calculus teacher using these as NO CALCULATOR quizzes, review, or practice.
I am submitting this as a word document so that you can cut, paste, and manipulate my work as you see fit. If you had the time you could easily make several versions or even combine topics to make your own versions for whatever purpose you would like. I also included some random equations that I used to make review cards with my students and a one page review assignment that could make for a quick review in a pinch or to leave for a substitute.
*Please note, you may need to modify or change the margins after you download the document. The original document was generated using .5" margins on the top and bottom and 1" margina on the left and right.
Thanks for looking, but to be honest the random thumbnails generated by TpT do not do this file justice. Please feel free to contact me with questions!
P.S. I never include answer keys with my work as I am assuming that you would like to solve the questions on your own.