Do your students struggle to understand graphing piecewise functions? This activity can be used after first introducing piecewise functions to help students start to graph them on their own. Students will graph multiple linear and quadratic functions and then cut out the pieces to build 4-6 piecewise functions. This activity can be done independently or in groups of 2 or 3 and is differentiated for stronger students. Check out the preview for more details.
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