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In this math worksheet, students answer 7 questions having to do with graphing derivatives of functions, rectilinear motion, speed and distance.
Fifth graders can do a quick review of graphing functions using integers with this activity. The activity has questions which require students to identify the pertinent information in a word problem, and create a graph to represent the...
Is it possible to solve quadratic equations by factoring? It is, and your class will graph quadratic equation and functions too. They perform transformation on their graphs showing increasing and decreasing intervals, domain, and range....
Here is a functions worksheet in which learners solve functions containing variables, graph the coordinates, and answer two questions about it. They complete 14 functions.
In this domain and range instructional activity, students write the definitions for relation, function, domain and range. They then find the domain and range of 7 sets of ordered pairs. Finally, students answer 4 questions regarding...
Sal goes into detail in solving these problems on the practice MTEL math test, especially with the complicated details of question 36. Viewers will rest assured in the easy confidence with which Sal addresses these increasingly difficult...
Flip the script! Reverse the situation and ask the class to find the function given asymptotes. The task requires class members to use their knowledge of functions and asymptotes to create functions that have a given asymptote or...
Break it up into pieces to solve the problem. Individuals watch a video on how to graph and determine the equation and values of piecewise functions. Viewers then work several exercises to practice evaluating a piecewise function at...
Take a break from learning new information and take time to review. Scholars review the unit by completing some practice problems. They rewrite expressions using exponents, solve exponential equations, graph exponential functions,...
In this exponential functions worksheet, high schoolers solve and complete 13 various types of problems. First, they define what is different and what is the same about exponential and linear functions. Then, students write a rule for...
Picking up where he left off (problem 17), Sal demonstrates graphing functions with an informative and clear explanation. Additionally, problem 18 involves finding the values of angles in an equilateral triangle.
Use the graphs of the trigonometric functions to set the stage to inverse functions. The instructional activity reviews the graphs of the basic trigonometric functions and their transformations. Pupils use their knowledge of graphing...
Eighth graders investigate the input/output model for building function tables. From the data, 8th graders connect tables, graphs, function rules, and equations in one variable. They work backwards to determine function rules for given...
In this algebra worksheet, 11th graders solve quadratic functions using the quadratic formula. They take the square roots of both side of each equation then graph both the linear and quadratic functions. There are a total of 84 problems...
In exploring the concept of complex roots, students find the axis of symmetry and roots of parabolas. Then, they discuss what makes a solution complex and how to identify functions with complex roots.
Eighth and ninth graders graph a given function and identify the domain, range and intercepts. Theytell the intervals that the function is increasing, decreasing, or constant. Pupils identify the minimum and maximum of the graph, and...
In this integral worksheet, students estimate the definite integral and find the derivative of functions. They graph functions and determine the range of the velocity. This three-page worksheet contains approximately 40 problems.
Explore the graphs of functions and equations with a resource that teaches scholars how to graph functions as a set of input-output points. They learn how the graph of a function is the graph of its associated equation.
West Contra Costa Unified School District
Scholars first learn to graph square root and cube root functions by creating a table of values. They then learn how to graph functions from transformation of the graphs of the parent square root and cube root functions.
Mathematics Vision Project
Time to study the most sensible function — rational functions! The seven-lesson unit develops the concept of a rational function through a connection to rational numbers and fractions. Scholars graph functions, solve equations, and...
Graphs, functions, symbols, and more! Use these strategies to model everything from the flow of a river to the number of cars passing a toll booth. Presented differently but solved similarly, learners consider five different scenarios...
Get out those thinking caps and apply graphing functions to a real-world problem. Use the TI-83 graphing calculator to evaluate algebraic expressions that are imbedded in a series of real-world scenarios. A great lesson!
Shodor Education Foundation
Derive tangent lines through derivatives. Scholars use an app to graph functions and investigate derivatives and tangent lines. The interactive automatically graphs a tangent line at a specified point and can also produce tables of values.
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