This is a 16 question worksheet on graphing most types of functions covered in Algebra 2. I noticed that by the middle of the year, my students could use a refresher on how to graph functions we had discussed at the beginning of the year. I thought it would be great review to mix up all of the functions we had discussed so that they had to determine how to go about graphing the specific type of function. It includes graphing linear, absolute value, quadratic, cubic, quartic, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. I also include a challenge question as the last question to really get students thinking! This could be used to review for a final or end of course exam.
This would be a great review for a Pre-Calculus or College Algebra class also.
The download includes (ZIP folder):
PDF of the worksheet with graphs - 4 pages
Word document of the worksheet with graphs (I include this so that you can edit the document if you would like)
PDF of the worksheet with just the problems - 1 page
Word document of the worksheet with just the problems
PDF of my worked out answer key