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Jeopardy review game for Functions in Algebra. Topics covered: determine, evaluate, write equations from word problems, find domain and range, and writing equations from tables.

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Domain and Range scavenger hunt! This is a fun activity to get gets moving to find domain and range as seen in graphs, scatter plots, coordinate pairs, mappings and tables.

Algebra 1 interactive notebook High school math Everybody is a Genius: How I use my ISN

These 32 activity cards include vital information to write 32 different equations of various lines. The information provided on the card include: (8) graphs, (8) given points with a slope, (4) function tables, (6) two given points, (6) two specific points: the x- and y- intercepts. $

An interactive game that reinforces and reviews several topics found in high school math courses.

Stop by the Free to Discover blog to download this free set of Introduction to Functions Task Cards. These 24 cards include writing an equation to represent a proportional or non-proportional relationship in a table, identifying the independent and depen

Practice Algebra while building community and classroom decor! Included are 20 pennants for each of 4 topics. TOPICS INCLUDE: slope, solving equations (x on both sides), factoring quadratic trinomials (A=1) and domain and range. 160 pennants in all (80 with QR codes, 80 without), optional student answer sheets and answer keys.

I plan to use these quick check sheets during our absolute value unit. I'll give each student a sheet (as a warm up) and shine an absolute value graph on the board. Students then have to find the vertex, intercepts, domain, range and maybe even the function. This will help cut down on how many warmups I need to make!

(free Algebra 2 warm up template). I shine either an equation or a graph on the smart board. If I shine an equation, my students know to sketch the graph. If I shine a graph, my students know to find the equation. From there, students find the vertex, y-intercept, domain, range, zeros and equation (if a graph was given).