### We found 205 resources with the keyterm domain

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#### Oakland Coliseum

Help algebra learners relate a real-life function that happens at the Oakland Coliseum every time the Raiders play. The resource states that the revenue of the Oakland Raiders home games is a function of the number of seats sold and the...

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#### MAGNETS: How Do They Work?

Let this video teach the basics of magnetism for you in a flipped classroom scenario. In a six-and-a-half minute feature, physics fans find out about the intrinsic properties of magnetism and its relation to electricity.

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#### Function Inverses 3

Sal continues showing examples of finding the inverse of the function. Here he shows a subtle, but important technique of taking the negative square root of each side of the equation when solving for the inverse because of the...

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#### Function Inverses Example 1

Sal continues looking at function inverses in this video by showing two examples. In each example, he finds the inverse and shows the graph of both functions. Both of his examples are with linear functions, but his first example shows a...

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#### Function Inverses Example 2

Sal shows an example of finding the inverse of the parabola with a restricted domain. He alludes to a reason behind the restricted domain but leaves the reason for it up to the listener to determine.

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#### Introduction to Function Inverses

Starting from a brief look at functions and the mapping of domains to ranges, Sal starts out with an intuitive sense of what a function inverse is. He then, using an example, shows how to find the inverse of a function and also shows how...

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#### Function Inverses 3

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#### Quick-Draw McGraw

High schoolers graph functions that are given, and then they write the equations for the completed graphs. There are several problems included, and they are designed to be used without calculators.

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#### Analyzing Functions

In this math instructional activity, high schoolers analyze functions by filling out tables and graphs based on the functions given. Students complete 6 problems total in this fabulous instructional activity.

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#### Is It or Isn't It Proportional

How can you tell if number relationships are proportional? Mathematicians investigate proportional relationships. They compare and contrast functions and graphs to determine the characteristics of proportional relationships, as well as...

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#### How is a Function Defined?

A function means that every element of the domain is paired with exactly one element in the range. The teacher illustrates this by using a table for the given set of numbers.

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#### How Do You Figure Out If a Relation is a Function?

If a relation is to be considered a function then the values in the domain can only appear once in the table. It does not matter how many times a value appears in the range. Set up a table using the given values to check and see if the...

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#### How Do You Find the Solution Set for a Relation If You Know the Domain?

Use a table to find the solution set for an equation. Watch an instructor as she directs how to create ordered pairs using a given domain and check your answers using one of these ordered pairs. A practical video for anyone, student or...

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#### What is the Domain of a Relation?

The teacher illustrates several ways to look at what the domain is in a set of numbers. Input, output, table, graphs, and diagrams are a few of the ways in which she illustrates the meaning of domain.

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#### How is a Function Defined?

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#### How Do You Find the Domain and Range of a Relation?

A straightforward explanation of domain and range. The domain of a set of coordinates are the X-values, and then range are the Y-values of the set.

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#### Exercise Set 2.7: Functions and Graphs

In this functions worksheet, high schoolers solve 40 short answer problems. Students determine if a graph represents a function. High schoolers find the domain of absolute value and square root functions.

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#### Calculating Intervals Using Stokes' Theorem

In this calculating intervals activity, students calculate intervals using Stokes' Theorem. They justify their answers with words and pictures. This two-page activity contains 3 multi-step problems.

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#### Worksheet 26 - Functions & Logarithms

In this function and logarithms worksheet, students find the domain and range of functions, use the properties of logs to solve equations. This one-page worksheet contains nine multi-step problems.

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#### Tables, Equations, and Graphs

Eighth and ninth graders solve and graph 24 different problems that include completing input/output tables and graphing the pairs. First, they find the missing values for each table and write the rule for x. Then, students write the...

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#### Graphing Absolute Value Functions

The skill set for this lesson is to have learners use tables to generate functions and functions to generate graphs. They work through a series of worksheets with the instructor to determine absolute value, domain, x and y intercept and...

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#### Algebra I: Linear Functions

Using rates from a rental car company, young mathematicians graph data, explore linear relationships, and discuss the role of slope and the y-intercept. This instructional activity allows for the discussion of independent and dependent...