### We found 549 resources with the concept range

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#### Spooky Math Worksheets

Math practice has never been scarier—but only because these sheets are covered in zombies, ghosts, witches, and bats! Due to the concepts, the collection is best suited for upper elementary and beginning middle school students. It...

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#### "Grade 6, Claim 2 & 4: Problem Solving & Communication Reasoning Supports"

A three-resource collection of teacher and student-friendly slides provides sixth graders with models of items on the Smarter Balanced assessments. Claim 2 offers 13 questions that assess problem solving. Claim 3 problems illicit...

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#### EngageNY Grade 6 Math Module 6: Statistics

Statistics are the focus of a 22-lesson math module designed to boost sixth-graders' math skills. Scholars pose statistical questions, draft models, and summarize distributed data including mean, median, mode, and range. Take a look...

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#### Mean, Medium, Mode, and Range

Here you'll find a collection equipped to reinforce and enhance classroom instruction of mean, median, mode, and range. Printables, presentations, a foldable, a contest, and a variety of activities offer an assortment of learning...

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#### California State Standards: Algebra I

Starting a year of Algebra I? This mighty packet practices all of the major topics with different ranges of difficulty. Standards include everything from linear to quadratic to rational expressions. Use it in a variety of ways to...

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#### If the Shoe Fits!

Solve a crime while solving math problems! Young detectives will determine who broke into the school while exploring data sets. Learners take information about shoe prints and plot, analyze, and discuss the shape and spread of data.

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#### Oakland Coliseum

Help algebra learners relate a real-life function that happens at the Oakland Coliseum every time the Raiders play. The resource states that the revenue of the Oakland Raiders home games is a function of the number of seats sold and the...

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#### Function Inverses 3

Sal continues showing examples of finding the inverse of the function. Here he shows a subtle, but important technique of taking the negative square root of each side of the equation when solving for the inverse because of the...

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#### Function Inverses Example 1

Sal continues looking at function inverses in this video by showing two examples. In each example, he finds the inverse and shows the graph of both functions. Both of his examples are with linear functions, but his first example shows a...

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#### Function Inverses Example 2

Sal shows an example of finding the inverse of the parabola with a restricted domain. He alludes to a reason behind the restricted domain but leaves the reason for it up to the listener to determine.

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#### Domain and Range 1

After defining a simple function from a word problem, this video, shows how one could find the domain and the range of that function. The goals here are to reinforce the definitions of domain and range with a concrete example.

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#### Introduction to Function Inverses

Starting from a brief look at functions and the mapping of domains to ranges, Sal starts out with an intuitive sense of what a function inverse is. He then, using an example, shows how to find the inverse of a function and also shows how...

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#### Function Inverses Example 1

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#### What is the domain of a function?

After defining a simple function from a word problem, a short video shows how one could find the domain and the range of that function. The instruction reinforces the definitions of domain and range with a concrete example.

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#### Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

What a find! Here is a lesson, designed to meet sixth grade math Common Core standards, that focuses on the calculation of different measures of center for the scores from a penalty shoot-out competition. An independent...

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#### Quick-Draw McGraw

High schoolers graph functions that are given, and then they write the equations for the completed graphs. There are several problems included, and they are designed to be used without calculators.

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#### Analyzing Functions

In this math instructional activity, high schoolers analyze functions by filling out tables and graphs based on the functions given. Students complete 6 problems total in this fabulous instructional activity.

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#### Are You Ready to Call the Guinness Book of Records?

Learners design questions that can be answered by collecting data. In this line-plot lesson, pupils collect data and graph on a line plot on world records. An abundant supply of teacher support is provided in this resource.

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#### Creating Box and Whisker Plots/Box-and-Whisker Data

Analyze, interpret, and display one and two-variable data in box-and-whisker plots. Engage learners in a whole-class discussion regarding the construction of box and whisker plots. They complete a worksheet embedded in the plan which...

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#### Is It or Isn't It Proportional

How can you tell if number relationships are proportional? Mathematicians investigate proportional relationships. They compare and contrast functions and graphs to determine the characteristics of proportional relationships, as well as...

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#### Animal Decline

New ReviewWhere did they all go? Small groups collect data on different animal species that are on a decline. Teams develop equations to model the populations over time and then create presentations about the decline of their animals. Classmates...

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#### Linear Equations in Real Word Problems

New ReviewMake up a story about a linear graph. Scholars identify key features of a linear graph, such as intercepts, domain and range, and slope. They then create a word problem that could be represented by the graphed line.