The task cards can be used to practice or review finding the inverses of functions.
If you would like your students to remain stationary, the task cards can be completed in groups, pairs or independently. Depending on your class size and grouping, you will probably need to print multiple sets of the task cards..
The 18 task cards could also be placed in “stations” around the room to get students up and moving. You could create 6 “stations” with 3 cards each. Split your class into 6 groups and have them rotate around to the different “stations”. This set up would allow you to get away with only printing one set of cards.
Depending on your preference, each student, pair or group will need a copy of page 6.
I suggest laminating the task cards.
I have included both an answer key with only the solutions and an answer key with steps shown.
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