Herowork - Composition of Functions - Frida Kahlo Mystery Pic & Switzerland Joke

Herowork - Composition of Functions - Frida Kahlo Mystery Pic & Switzerland Joke
Herowork - Composition of Functions - Frida Kahlo Mystery Pic & Switzerland Joke
Herowork - Composition of Functions - Frida Kahlo Mystery Pic & Switzerland Joke
Herowork - Composition of Functions - Frida Kahlo Mystery Pic & Switzerland Joke
Herowork - Composition of Functions - Frida Kahlo Mystery Pic & Switzerland Joke
Herowork - Composition of Functions - Frida Kahlo Mystery Pic & Switzerland Joke
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Heroes are not made overnight, they are developed with practice. They need to do their Herowork! Upgrade your homework and classwork options with assignments that motivate your kiddos to battle all the way to the end of the page!

Herowork is designed to be engaging repeated skill practice with a twist. With two worksheet for each topic, you can use both or let students make a choice. The two different worksheets are Riddlers and Jokers.

To Solve the Riddlers, students must solve problems to assemble a mystery picture that is the answer to a riddle. This can be a cut/paste/color activity or a sketch.

To Crack the Jokers, students must solve problems to earn letters to piece together the answer to a very, very epic, groan-inducing Dad Joke!

Herowork tasks stay focused on a topic, but the problems do increase in difficulty or complexity as they go.

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Verify by composition that one function is the inverse of another.
Compose functions. For example, if π˜›(𝘺) is the temperature in the atmosphere as a function of height, and 𝘩(𝘡) is the height of a weather balloon as a function of time, then π˜›(𝘩(𝘡)) is the temperature at the location of the weather balloon as a function of time.
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