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Colouring by Function Notation with Linear Inverses, Football (36 Sheet Mosaic)

Colouring by Function Notation with Linear Inverses, Football (36 Sheet Mosaic)

Colouring + Polynomials = Awesomeness. This includes a complete class set of 36 worksheets / colouring pages that combine to create the football player mosaic. Every single worksheet is different, so you can count on hearing great math dialog between your students. Assessment is easy using the full answer key AND complete solution manual. You can make this available to students to self-assess their work (using the task for review or practice), or keep it for your own assessment purposes if you're markin' for keeps. Common Core Standards: HSF-IF.A.2, HSF-BF.B.4 MATH INVOLVED: ◾Students evaluate polynomial functions for inputs in their domains ◾Each problem gives a set of 1 to 3 functions like this: {h(x)= -5x-3, m(x)= 5x²+22x-1, j(x)= -3x²-5x} And are asked to evaluate something like this: h^-1(-5) + m(-3) - j(1) ◾Inverse functions are used in linear cases randomly about 40% of the time ◾Students gain practice with exponent and integer laws (yes senior students still make those mistakes!) and general order of operation skills when simplifying a multi-step expression. I'd love to hear your feedback and your students' response to this task. These tasks ensure individual accountability (since every worksheet is different) while harnessing collaborative motivation (since every worksheet is needed for the mosaic). The end result will look spectacular hanging up in your classroom, and your students will be proud! It's simple! 1. Calculate the answers. 2. Colour the squares. 3. Cut out your section. 4. Combine with the class! INCLUDED: ◾ .pdf and .docx versions of everything ◾ Complete 36-sheet class set of worksheets ◾ Teaching Tips page, for smooth implementation :) ◾ Complete answer keys for all worksheets ◾ Complete Solution Key showing steps taken to reach each answer ◾ 'Colour-Range' answer key for quick at-a-glance assessment. e.g. Blue [0, 2), Red [-4, -2) ... ◾ Every worksheets contains its answers randomized at the bottom, helping the student self-assess his/her work The student buy-in factor is HUGE with these worksheets; they all want to see the finished picture come together! Leave the picture a secret or show it for motivation… it’s your call. All my “Colouring by…” worksheets use standard pencil-crayon colours found in the Crayola 24 pack. For best results, use the exact colour name match (and encourage quality colouring!). Perhaps a class set of pencil crayons would be a fun math department investment! ~CalfordMath

By CalfordMath

Graphs of reciprocal functions.

Graphs of reciprocal functions.

An introduction to the graphs of reciprocal functions. Reciprocals of polynomials, absolute value linear, reciprocal circular functions. Developing the general principles how to deduce the graph of the reciprocal of any function given by a graph or rule. Suitable for IB HL Mathematics or VCE Specialist Mathematics Unit 2 to Unit 3 or any similar course.

By bgm2016

Domain & Range

Domain & Range

This lesson and worksheet introduces the students to the work Domain and how we can obtain the range through the sketch of various curves.

By sjcooper

Linear Equation Fractional Linear Equation One Variable Equation Worksheets

Linear Equation Fractional Linear Equation One Variable Equation Worksheets

These several worksheets of various difficulty on linear equations (one variable equations), they go from fairly difficult to monstrously difficult! Very detailed step-by-step solutions are provided with explanations of each step. Have a look and let me know what you think! I hope you find these useful. You can get more FREE worksheets on many topics, mix and match, with detailed step-by-step solutions at http://www.onemathsquestions.com. No signup, ads, just great questions and solutions

By joezhou

Understanding exponential growth and decay

Understanding exponential growth and decay

Students are guided through a set of investigative prompts that explore exponential change in real-life situations, allowing them to build up an understanding of what exponential growth/decay actually means and how it can be expressed algebraically and graphically - and why. An accompanying commentary provides answers with explanations. After using this resource, most students can create models of the type y=k(a^x), explain the graphical behaviour of this function and give examples of real life occurrences.

By globalmaths

Limits and Continuity Study Guide

Limits and Continuity Study Guide

This study guide provides an in-depth review of terms, concepts, and example problems related to limits and continuity. Topics include estimating and evaluating limits, resolving indeterminate form, infinite limits and limits at infinity, continuity, and Intermediate Value Theorem. Although specifically designed for AP Calculus AB, this resource could be used with almost any calculus course. Students can quickly familiarize themselves with the related concepts and go through corresponding examples with solutions. Targeted review assignments could correspond to this study guide, further allowing students to determine their grasp of the included concepts. [Page numbers correspond to Larson Seventh Edition]

By imphillips

IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

This is the IAL C34 Specimen Question Paper (free sample). Only questions appear in the document without any written space. I have written the paper using LaTeX ( a high quality typesetting document preparation system) and compiled to get the PDF output. Teachers and tutors can now easily save paper and print the question paper for exam practice and revision purposes of their students. The omission of writing space is a huge advantage in saving ink and paper, because original papers comes with a lot of empty space for the answer. The LaTeX written paper have all the math beautifully formatted and typeset even to the minor details. The question paper comes with a cover page for reference. Teachers can opt out this page if necessary when giving for print. Mark scheme is attached. NB: Here is a link to my store @TpT: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Smart-A-Level-Math

By mohdamir69

Topic 2: Functions and equations (IB Standard level)

Topic 2: Functions and equations (IB Standard level)

Including all the Power point presentations for the Topic 2 -Functions and equations, based on the IB Mathematics SL Syllabus. The sub topics are: Introducing functions The Domain and the Range Function Notation Composite functions Inverse functions Transforming functions Solving quadratic equations The quadratic formula Roots of quadratic equations Quadratic graphs y=ax2+bx+c Quadratic graphs y=a(x-h)2+k Quadratic graphs y=a(x-p)(x-q) Finding the equation of a quadratic function from a graph The reciprocal function Rational functions Exponential functions Transformations of Exponential functions Logarithmic functions Applications of exponential and logarithmic functions

By oralhurt

Mathematical Methods Unit 3 Quizes

Mathematical Methods Unit 3 Quizes

Short topic quizzes on functions and calculus to test the understanding of basic concepts, provide weekly feedback to students and clarify any difficult ideas.

By bgm2016

GCSE/IGCSEFM Functions

GCSE/IGCSEFM Functions

Covers the definition of functions, composite functions and inverse functions. For IGCSE Further Maths, also covers piecewise functions and domain/range.

By DrFrostMaths

Geometry: Trigonometry 10 - transforming trig graphs (+ worksheet)

Geometry: Trigonometry 10 - transforming trig graphs (+ worksheet)

This is the fourth lesson that I would teach on trig graphs and builds on understanding of transforming functions, by looking at transforming trigonometric graphs. This comes with excellent teaching examples, a starter, key words and learning objectives, a worksheet with answers, a handout of rules to learn and plenary. When pupils are comfortable with the worksheet that I have given, then I normally get them to work on past exam questions. This lesson comes as a much bigger bundle on trigonometry. There are several bundles on trigonometry that I offer, depending on whether you want simple the KS4 material or the additional KS5 material. I have also made available a bundle just on trigonometric graphs, that includes two lessons on radians. Do check the different bundles available. I do recommend these, because my lessons form a natural sequence / series together and they do have a cheaper average cost this way. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43