The cards are designed to be run off on card stock and cut into 3.5 inches by 5 inches cards. The cards have been randomly numbered and an answer key has been provided to make it easy to check student matchings.
Each set of four cards match a function, a graph, a description of the period, amplitude, and two points on the graph and some description of the function. You can make up a lesson that includes any number of four matched cards. It is not necessary to use all 25 functions.
After you decide which cards you want to use in the lesson, randomly handout the cards to the students. One student will have a function, another student will have a graph of the function, another will have the period, amplitude, and y-intercept of the function, and a fourth student will have a description of the function. The challenge for students is to find their matching cards.
The matching of the cards can be checked by using the following chart using the symbol on the bottom of the card.
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