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I learned a nifty domain and range trick from an online workshop about using stickie notes to help “frame” the graph of a function. The idea is to use 4 notes so that all you see is the graph, which can make identifying the domain and range a little easier

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Students will review all major eighth grade math topics as outlined in the Common Core State Standards. These 60 task cards cover all standards and provide a thorough review of the eighth grade curriculum. Each task card is labeled with the corresponding CCSS. Perfect for standardized test prep, finals review, and high school math preparation practice during the summer and fall. All problems have been created such that no calculator is necessary. By Free to Discover.

Math = Love: Different Forms of a Quadratic Function - Foldable and Flyswatter Game More

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A little human description of the graph of a quadratic function written in vertex form. Love how this puts it in "student language"

Finally a way for kids to understand domain and range from a graph? Visual/foldable activity so they can see the limits of the function.

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### Identifying Graphs of First and Second Derivatives Activity

Matching the graph of a function with the graphs of its 1st and 2nd derivative - Calculus

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### Identifying Functions - Notes, Card Sort Activity, & Homework

I love doing card sorts like this with my math students! 8.5G Identify functions using sets of ordered pairs, tables, mappings, and graphs A.12A Decide whether relations represented tabularly and graphically define a function

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Computing the Output of a Function Table

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Parent Function Card Sort - Match up equation, table, window, and graph

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