This is a super quick post sharing a domain & range of graphs poster, a set of domain and range cards and a video showing how to use the poster to find domain and range from a graph.

The sheet above connects a graph's arrows to its domain and range. In the video I go over a few examples and show how to use the sheet. Please excuse my bloopers. I used a flair so that my writing could be seen in the video, and sometimes my hand works faster than my brain. I erase a lot when doing math.

I hope the video examples are helpful if you are having a hard time finding domain and range of graphs in your algebra or algebra 2 class. Those arrows can be tricky, especially when there are other relative minimums and maximums on your function graphs.

The reference sheet can be enlarged into a poster (directions inside the PDF) and can be found here in my Google Drive. I also added it to my Algebra Word Wall.

The graph cards from the video can be found here in my Google Drive.

More domain and range posts.

More math cheat sheets.

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