Relations, Domain and Range Interactive Notebook Notes - Continuous vs. Discrete

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Connect the concept of independent and dependent variables to domain and range of relations. This set of interactive notebook notes is a great way to introduce the concept of domain and range. I always begin the unit on functions and relations (which includes domain and range) with this card sort on independent vs. dependent variables, and then I have students apply that information by filling out this very set of notes! It makes for a seamless transition into the concept of domain and range, and the real world applications provide context for why some relations are discrete while others are continuous.

Included in this resource, you will get a half-page reference sheet for discrete vs. continuous relations, and a mini-book style set of interactive notebook notes introducing domain and range.

After introducing this concept with the card sort and these notes, I move on to using the following sets of interactive notebook notes:

To see the full unit, check out this blog post!


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