Evaluating Functions Worksheets
Bank on our printable evaluating function worksheets to equip high school students with a sound knowledge and practice in evaluating a variety of functions beginning with linear, moving to quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, trigonometry, and piecewise functions. A bunch of revision pdfs with a mix of different types of functions to evaluate have been included. Our free worksheets are definitely worth a try!
Plug in the x-values (integers in the easy level and decimals and fractions in the moderate level) in each linear function in the form f(x) = mx+ b; and evaluate to solve these pdfs.
This section deals exclusively with quadratic functions in the form f(x)= ax2 + bx + c. High school students are expected to evaluate each quadratic function presented in two levels of difficulty.
Begin with substituting the specified values and then find f(x) in each polynomial function presented in these easy and moderate levels of printable evaluating polynomial function handouts.
A rational function is one that can be written as the quotient of two polynomial functions. Let your industrious high school students try these evaluating rational function worksheets and bolster skills.
Practice how to evaluate an exponential function with this array of pdfs. The formula for an exponential function is f(x)= bx, where b is the base and the independent variable x is the exponent.
Evaluate functions containing primary and reciprocal trig functions. Assign the specified reference angles in the function f(x) and evaluate functions featured in these trigonometric functions worksheet pdfs.
Piecewise functions work differently based on input values and are built from pieces of different functions over different intervals. Plug in the specified values and evaluate each piecewise function to find f(x).
Recapitulate evaluating skills with this bundle of evaluating function worksheets containing a mix of linear, quadratic and polynomial functions. Substitute the integer values and evaluate the functions.
Reinforce skills in evaluating functions by plugging the decimal or fractional input values in the functions, and evaluating to determine the output values in these mixed review pdf worksheets.
Upscale evaluating skills of high school students with these printable worksheets comprising polynomial, rational, exponential and trigonometric functions. Plug the values in each function and evaluate.
Analyze the outputs of functions for every input on the graph y = f(x),(y is the output and x is the input). Evaluate each function from the graph in Part A, from function expressions in Part B and in Part C look for values of x that make f(x) = g(x) true.