These handy task cards present functions in various formats: ordered pairs, mappings, tables, discrete graphs, and continuous graphs.
Twenty-four cards, each with multiple questions, are included in the set.
Questions ask students to determine whether or not the given data represents a function, list the domain and range, identify a graph as discrete or continuous, and make mappings and tables.
If you teach a lower level that does not study the domain and range of continuous graphs, I've designed the task cards so that you can just use the first 16. Cards #17-24 involve continuous graphs.
A student work outline and an answer key is included in the download.