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CCSSHSF-IF.A.2

3 Products in this Bundle

- Students Calculate Function Values using function notation to solve a riddle, which acts as a key and helps students check for accuracy.Expressions include decimals and operations using squares and square roots. Prerequisite Skills:Students should be familiar with PEMDAS and function notation.Sample
- Students calculate Inverse Function Values to solve a "punny" riddle, which acts as a key and helps students check for accuracy.Expressions include fractions, binomials and radicals. Prerequisite Skills:Students should be familiar with PEMDAS and function notation.★★★ Related Resources ★★★#B190 -
- Students Interpret Function Expressions to solve a riddle, which acts as a key and helps students check for accuracy. NOTE: Half of the expressions are inverse functions, so this is a relatively challenging activity. This worksheet requires students to think more deeply about the meaning of functi

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This bundle includes three **Function Notation** worksheets. Each is structured to allow students to check the accuracy of their calculations without an answer key via riddles that students can solve.

**1. Calculate Function Values** challenges student to use function notation to evaluate various expressions, including decimals and operations using squares and square roots.

**2. Inverse Function Values** requires students to solve functions "backwards," starting with an output value and manipulating the expression to find the input values. Expressions include fractions, binomials and radicals.

**3. Interpret Function Expressions** requires students to think more deeply about the meaning of functions and inverse functions, and involves no numerical or algebraic calculations, but rather logic skills as applied to function notation.

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CCSSHSF-IF.A.2

Use function notation, evaluate functions for inputs in their domains, and interpret statements that use function notation in terms of a context.

Total Pages

6 pages

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Teaching Duration

90 minutes

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