Students find the values of functions given tables, graphs, equations and word problems and solve for x given f(x) values. Cards also include function composition and adding and subtracting questions. A student answer sheet and complete answer key are included.

Evaluating Functions Task Cards

Students evaluate functions written in function notation given tables, graphs, equations and word problems. There are 10 task cards with an average of 7

Composition of Functions Foldable

Unit 2 in Algebra 2 was a HUGE one! Next year, I will definitely break this into tinier units for my sanity!

Function composition whiteboard practice: Pick a yellow f(x) and a blue g(x). Roll a dice to tell you what to do with them.

Function composition whiteboard practice: Pick a yellow f(x) and a blue g(x). Roll a dice to tell you what to do with them.

This activity is a good introduction to function composition and gets students thinking about what it looks like to compose functions together. There are three functions that will each compose with each other and with themselves: a linear, a quadratic and a radical (square root). After matching the compositions to their notations, students record their answers on the included answer sheet. An answer key is also included.

This activity is a good introduction to function composition. There are three functions - a linear, a quadratic and a radical - that each compose with each

self-guided notes  Trying to do more of this. Love this format. Could use for anything

self-guided notes Trying to do more of this. Love this format. Could use for…

This activity is a good introduction to function composition. There are three functions - a linear, a quadratic and a radical - that each compose with each other and with themselves. After matching the compositions to their notations, students record their answers on the included answer sheet. An answer key is also included.

This activity is a good introduction to function composition. There are three functions - a linear, a quadratic and a radical - that each compose with each

Composition of Functions "game"... Scroll down to the bottom. Cards with three functions on them. Teacher calls out f + g + h(x) or f(g(h(x))) or whatever.

Composition of Functions "game". Scroll down to the bottom. Cards with three functions on them. Teacher calls out f + g + h(x) or f(g(h(x)))

Math Fun Jokes & Riddles! This Function Composition riddle consists of 11 different function composition problems and helps  10th, 11th and 12th grade, Higher Education, Adult Education, and Homeschool students with  Algebra, PreCalculus, and Algebra 2 math! From Common Core Fun.

Function Composition Riddle

Math Fun Jokes & Riddles! This Function Composition riddle consists of 11 different function composition problems and helps 10th, 11th and 12th grade, Higher Education, Adult Education, and Homeschool students with Algebra, PreCalculus, and Algebra 2 math! From Common Core Fun.

This activity is a good introduction to function composition and gets students thinking about what it looks like to compose functions together. There are three functions that will each compose with each other and with themselves: a linear, a quadratic and a radical (square root). After matching the compositions to their notations, students record their answers on the included answer sheet. An answer key is also included.

This activity is a good introduction to function composition. There are three functions - a linear, a quadratic and a radical - that each compose with each

Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio #infographic #GoldenRatio

Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio #infographic

Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio #infographic #GoldenRatio

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