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I used this activity as a "QUIZ" after I taught the transformation of parent functions. I emphesized to my students that parent functions may have a random shape (as included in this activity) or maybe one of the standard functions of this course (as illustrated in other activities in my store).
In this activity, I provided my students with a random parent graph and transformed it in Six Different Ways:
• Horizontal Translation (Right and Left)
• Vertical Transformation (Up and Down)
• Reflection across the x-axis
Students have to map the transformed function g(x) to the notation which uses the parent f(x).
This activity will assess the understanding of Transformations of Parent Functions, i.e.; Families of Functions. Only one transformation is applied at a time to the parent function.
This activity could be used as a review before a quiz or a test on this topic, Cooperative Learning, as a Quiz, as an Exit Ticket, Entrance Ticket, .. et .. It is a great way of "Cooperative Learning". It also could be used as a formative assessment.
The answer key is provided as well. Additionally, the questions are provided in two formats. One format has the parent function faded in the back of the graph. The other format has the parent function to the side only. Don't forget to check the preview.
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