### We found 287 reviewed resources for square root function

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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 3

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#### Integrated Algebra Practice: Square Roots

For this square roots worksheet, students calculate the square roots of whole numbers and rational numbers. Seven problems have multiple choice answers. The remaining 13 problems are short answer. One problem involves graphing a...

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#### Square Roots

Students define quadratic functions and squares. For this algebra lesson, students construct a square, convert between units and are able to multiply using properties of multiplication.

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#### Derivatives Example: f(x)=√x

Introduce your classes to the derivative formula using a video lesson. The instructor works through an example using the parent square root function. He then shows how to write the equation of the tangent line at a given x value.

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#### Stretching and Shrinking Graphs of Functions

Why is that graph wider? Pupils learn about stretching and shrinking graphs of square root, absolute value, cubic, and quadratic functions. They study both vertical and horizontal stretches and shrinks in addition to reflections.

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#### Functions: Domain, Range, End Behavior, Increasing or Decreasing

Examine key features of various functions through exploration. A comprehensive lesson has learners describe the domain, range, end behavior and increasing/decreasing intervals of various functions. Function types include linear,...

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#### Functions, Graphs, and Symmetry...Oh My!

Can you determine a function's graph without actually graphing the function? Scholars learn to identify the shape of the graphs of different function types based solely on their equations. They also study the symmetry of graphs.

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#### A Library of Parent Functions

Don't think this lesson is for Mom and Dad; parent functions are all for your high schoolers. Flip through a presentation with a focus slide on each type of graph and its characteristics. Some examples are included but the focus is on...

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#### Investigating Functions

Late in algebra 2 or early in pre-calculus, learners are developing a kind of functional intuition. This worksheet goes a long way toward training this skill by helping to expose patterns of transformations through both general and...

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#### Graphing 9 Basic Functions

Graphing functions by hand is pretty easy. A comprehensive video reviews how to graph different function types. It looks at the constant, identity, quadratic, cubic, absolute value, square root, cube root, reciprocal, and squared...

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#### Function Family Fun

It's time for a family reunion—function families, that is. Pupils first review different types of parent functions. They then see how to apply transformations to graphs and learn how to select the most appropriate type of function to...

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#### Representing Functions of Everyday Situations

Functions help make the world make more sense. Individuals model real-world situations with functions. They match a variety of contexts to different function types to finish a helpful resource.

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#### Sorting Functions

There's no sorting hat here. A high school assessment task prompts learners to analyze different types of functions. They investigate graphs, equations, tables, and verbal rules for four different functions.

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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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#### Square-Root Functions and Radical Equations

This practice worksheet includes simple radical equations, and some quadratic equations that can be solved by the square root method. There is good practice here in checking the solutions, and a few graphing problems.

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#### Graphing Calculator Activity: Irrational Numbers

In this graphing calculator activity, students estimate the square root of imperfect squares. Using the graphing calculator, they find decimal numbers for the square root of a function. Students answer seven short answer questions and...

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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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#### F.IF.C.7.b Assessment Items

Here's a special resource for some special functions. Young mathematicians show their understanding of square root, cube root, absolute value, and piecewise functions through a set of assessment items. They graph these functions and, in...

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#### On the Road to Zirbet

The road to a greater knowledge of functions lies in the informative resource. Young mathematicians first graph a square root function in a short performance task. They then use given descriptions of towns and the key features of the...

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: High School Math – Target M

Your knowledge of graphs is a function of how much you try. Young mathematicians work on a set of 12 questions that covers graphing functions, comparing functions, and rewriting functions in different forms to determine key features....

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#### Domain of Functions

In this domain of functions worksheet, students find the domain of given functions. They simplify functions containing square roots and exponents. This one-page worksheet contains 4 problems.

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#### Imaginary Numbers Are Real (Part 3: Cardan's Problem)

Were complex numbers discovered or invented? A video presentation makes the case for the discovery of square roots of negative one. In order for complex numbers to be real, then they must behave like other numbers, which they do in terms...

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#### How Do You Convert a Quadratic from Standard Form to Vertex Form by Completing the Square if a1?

Starting with a quadratic equation in standard form, the instructor shows you how to rewrite the equation to vertex form. She shows step-by-step how to complete the square.