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Name

Date

Period

Students are to create a PIECEWISE picture using the assigned PARENT FUNCTIONS with

transformations.

Due: Monday, October 26, 2015

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Guidelines

The graph must fill a single sheet of sturdy graph paper (I will provide graph paper

and one piece of cardstock (your choice of colors that I have) with graph paper on it.

If you need more than one piece of cardstock, you must provide it.)

a. It must include positive and negative values for both x and y with the axis

labeled.

The graph does not need to be continuous or a function, but it does need to be a

recognizable

picture of your choice that stretches across all four quadrants.

a. Any/all endpoints must be integers.

Provide an overlay that has only the parent function and transformations graphed.

a. Youll number the equations being graphed and put that number directly on

the correct section of the picture on the overlay.

The project will have the following information provided on the back

Name of student, Class Period, Date, the equation of the piecewise

relation created with domain restrictions

The graphs will be neat and eye-appealing (NO messy erasures, NO scratch-outs)

with color.

The parent functions to be transformed (as needed) and used are

a. line (y = x)

b. quadratic (y = x2)

c. cubic (y = x3)

d. absolute value (y =

1

e. rational (y = x )

f.

square root (y =

x)

h. Semi-circle (y =

a2 - x2 )

7. You must use at least 7 of the above functions (you may use others like sine and

cosine, if you wish).

8. You must have at least 10 different pieces to your graph. (So you may have a few

lines or quadratics, etc.).

9. You must use enough of different types of graph to make it clear that it is that

parent function.

a. i.e. You cannot just use y = |x| where the domain is (0, )

10.State the domain and the range of the complete piecewise function

Piecewise Project

Pre-calculus 2015-2016

Name

Date

Period

SCORING RUBRIC

**Remember to follow the rules on the front and ask questions about requirements,

if needed.**

CRITERIA

POSSIBLE

EARNED

POINTS

POINTS

1. Parent Functions Youll get points for only 7 of a h:

8

a. line

b. quadratic

c. cubic

d. absolute value

e. rational

f. square root

g. greatest integer

h. semi-circle

each.

3. Equation of the entire piecewise function written out.

returned(3)

6. Turn in overlay with functions labeled by number or

letter that go with equations written out on another

sheet of paper. (The equations should not be written on

12

8

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