Domain and Range Worksheets
This compilation of domain and range worksheet pdfs provides 8th grade and high school students with ample practice in determining the domain or the set of possible input values (x) and range, the resultant or output values (y) using a variety of exercises with ordered pairs presented on graphs and in table format. Find the domain and range of relations from mapping diagrams, from finite and infinite graphs and more. Get started with our free worksheets.
State the domain and range of each relation represented as a set of ordered pairs in Part A and ordered pairs on a graph in Part B of these printable worksheets.
Determine the domain and range in each of the relations presented in these relation mapping worksheets for grade 8 and high school students. Observe each relation and write the domain (x) and range (y) values in set notation.
This batch presents the ordered pairs in tables with input and output columns. Identify the domain and range and write them in ascending order for each of the tables featured in these domain and range pdf worksheets.
Observe the extent of the graph horizontally for the domain and the vertical extent of the graph for range and write the smallest and largest values of both in this set of identifying the domain and range from finite graphs worksheets. Use apt brackets to show if the interval is open or closed.
Bolster skills in identifying the domain and range of functions with infinite graphs. Analyze each graph, write the minimum and maximum points for both domain and range. If there is no endpoint, then it can be concluded it is infinite.
In this set of pdf worksheets, the function rule is expressed as a linear function and the domain is also provided in each problem. Plug in the values of x in the function rule to determine the range.
Substitute the input values or values of the domain in the given quadratic, polynomial, reciprocal or square root functions and determine the output values or range in this section of Level 2 exercises.
Test skills acquired with this printable domain and range revision worksheets that provide a mix of absolute, square root, quadratic and reciprocal functions f(x). Determine the domain (x) and plug in the possible x-values to find the range (y).