This worksheet has four graphs giving students practice in finding the domain, range, relative maximum, relative minimum, increasing intervals, decreasing intervals, and evaluating f(x)=0 and f(0). The answer key is also provided.
This is a fun activity for graphing Piecewise Defined Functions using only linear equations. The set includes ten different drawn graphs and a set of twelve cards that match the graphs. Each graph can be used individually or in a group activity.
Solving Systems of Inequalities by Graphing consists of a section for teacher notes and four worksheets that can be used for beginning learners to more advanced learners.
This is a great lesson that fits the Common Core Standard-REI.D.12
Parent Transformations and Transformations is a card matching activity for either individual study, partner, or group work. The cards consist of linear, quadratic, absolute value, rational, square root, cubic, natural log, and exponential