Algebra 1 section of MathBitsNotebook.com

 Function Graphs

indicates compatibility to NY Next Generation Math Standards (NGMS)
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Features of Function Graphs (intercepts; positive/negative; increasing/decreasing)
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More Features of Function Graphs (maximum/minimum; symmetry; end behavior)
Average Rate of Change of Functions (linear, non-linear, table, graph, word, speed)

For introductory information on transformations, see "Refreshers" at the end of this page.
Starting with Parent Functions (for linear, quad, exp, sqrt, abs value, split, piece-wise)
Function Transformations - Horizontal Stretch/Compress ( f (kx) )

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 PRACTICE: • Practice with Function Features (intercepts; inc/dec; max/min; pos/neg; end behavior) • Practice with Average Rate of Change • Practice with Vertical and Horizontal Shifts • Practice with Vertical Stretch and Compress • Practice with Combining Function Transformations (shifts, vertical stretch/compress) • Practice with Function Transformations (assorted transformations) • Practice with Linear, Quadratic and Cubic Functions • Practice with Square Root Functions • Practice with Cube Root Functions • Practice with Piecewise Defined, Absolute Value and Step Functions • Practice with Exponential Functions

 REFRESHERS: (while these topics are mostly "review", you may also find new information here) • Transformations - Symmetry (intuitive, line, plane, point, rotational) * • Transformations - Reflections (intuitive, in a line, in a point, on coordinate axes) * • Transformations - Translations (intuitive, on coordinate axes) * • Transformations - Dilations (intuitive, simiilarity, on coordinate axes) * • Transformations - Rotations (intuitive, on coordinate axes) • Practice with Transformations (intuitive and non-grid) • Practice with Grid Transformations (on coordinate axes)