Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation

Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
Vertical Stretch and Compression of Functions Investigation
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The goal of this activity is for students to observe the effect of "a" (the vertical stretch or compression) on the graphs of transformed functions. After making observations and answering critical thinking questions, they will be able to explain what causes a parent function to stretch or compress vertically. NOTE: Only parabolas are used as examples in this activity.

This activity is also included in the Algebra 2 Investigations Bundle available in my store.

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*Investigation activity sheet
*Answer key

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