This is a set of 4 graphs and 6 equations (10 total) used together to create an activity that has students finding function values of each. The activity which is similar to a scavenger hunt could be used as an exit ticket, warm-up activity, review, or as a race. Directions for uses are included as well as suggestions on how to use the graphs alone throughout a functions unit.
Students are given a starting point such as f(3). They find the answer from the graph/function and then place that answer inside the next question. For example, if f(3) equals 2, then their next question might be to find g(2). The graphs and functions are posted around the room. The question document tells the student which function or graph to visit next (see preview for a sample).
There are 12 questions total with 6 different paths. (Every function is used once and one function is used twice on each path). Students should end up back at the same function that they started with when completed correctly. Teacher can check all of their work or just their final answer.
Functions are either linear or quadratic and don't involve more than two steps to find the answer (see preview). 13 pages total. Keys included for both graphs used alone and for activity. Have fun!
This product can also be found in my Functions Activity Mini-Bundle
which contains 5 activities and 3 foldables related to Functions and it's associated topics such as domain & range, independent/dependent variables, function notation, etc.
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 and a set of 10 exit tickets - all the work is done for you in this bundle!
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