I made this graphic organizer to visualize these key concepts for parent functions:
The intent of this graphic organizer is to supplement your lesson example. There are 3 versions to choose from. All three versions have the name and the equation and then a:
1) table with x-values given, y-values not given, and a 4 quadrant grid given.
2) table with x-values and y-values given and a 4 quadrant grid given.
3) table with x-values given, y-values not given, and a 4 x-axis and y-axis given.
This graphic organizer utilizes a full sheet of 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper intended to be glued into interactive student notebooks (ISN).
Folded, this graphic organizer has 10 boxes – 5 rows by 2 columns.
The name and equation is on the outside with the graph, table, domain and range on the inside.
The boxes on this graphic organizer are:
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