Discrete & Continuous Graphs
This is a one-sided practice page over discrete & continuous graphs and independent/dependent variables. The student is given a scenario such as "Tickets to the play are $12 per person" and asked to identify the independent & dependent variables and then use those variables to decide if the graph would be discrete or continuous. Then, they explain their choice. There are 6 questions total plus one extra question where they have to create their own scenario based upon a graph. Key included.
This product can also be found in my Functions Unit Bundle
which contains an entire unit of Functions & Relations, Domain & Range, Independent/Dependent Variables assignments, activities, quizzes, foldables, a project, a set of 10 exit tickets and a test - all the work is done for you in this bundle!
My other Functions, Domain/Range, Ind/Dep Variables products include:
What is a Variable? PowerPoint
Function Machine PowerPoint
Functions & Relations, Domain & Range NOTES
Finding Domain & Range of Continuous Graphs NOTES
Functions, Domain & Range, Function Notation Homework
Functional Relationships Practice
Identifying Variables Practice
Identifying Independent & Dependent Variables Practice
Evaluating Functions in Function Notation Practice
Evaluating Functions Homework
Functions or Not, Domain & Range Activity Cards
Relations/Functions Multiple Representations Group Activity
Finding Function Values Activity
Functions Review Activity
x & y Variables Graphic Organizer (free)
Functions, Domain & Range Foldable
Discrete & Continuous Graphs Foldable
Functions, Functional Relationships, Domain & Range QUIZ
Functions & Relations, Domain & Range, Function Notation QUIZ
Functions, Independent/Dependent Variables, Domain/Range Project
All of my products are color-coded and sorted by topic. To find more products on Functions & Relations, Independent/Dependent Variables, Domain & Range, etc., please return to my store and look for the dark purple background or choose the Functions, Domain & Range category
on the left-hand side.
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