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# Name: _________________________________

## Sneak Peek: Domain and Range

For each problem, answer the questions, complete the table, and graph the relationship.
Problem A: Ride tickets at the county fair cost \$2 each.
1. Describe the possible values for the number of tickets that could be purchased.
2. Describe the possible values for the total amount of money spent on ride tickets.

Number of
Ride Tickets

Total Amount
Spent (\$)

Problem B: A swimming pool has a volume of 8,500 gallons of water. It is being drained at a rate
of 500 gallons per hour.
1. Describe the possible values for the number of hours to drain the pool.
2. Describe the possible values for the volume of water remaining in the pool.

Number of
Hours

Volume of
Water
Remaining
(gal)

Sum It Up:
Decide who will be Partner 1 and Partner 2. Partner 1 will describe what domain means. Partner 2
will rephrase the meaning of domain in a shorter version. Then Partner 2 will describe what range
means, and Partner 1 will rephrase the meaning of range in a shorter version.

## Supporting STAAR Achievement: Algebra 1

Name: _________________________________

## Whats the Difference?

Cut apart the Graph Cards.
Sort the cards into two groups: Group A and Group B.
Use the Venn diagram below to compare and contrast the two groups.
Group A

## Description of Cards in Group A:

_________________________
_________________________
_________________________
_________________________

## Description of Cards in Group B:

_________________________
_________________________
_________________________
_________________________

Group B

## Domain and Range

Graph Cards
Cut along the dotted lines.

## Supporting STAAR Achievement: Algebra 1

Name: _________________________________

## Domain and Range

Match the Graph Cards with each situation and attach the graphs in the appropriate spaces.
Label the axes for each graph and complete the information requested for each situation.
music for her mp3 player. Each song costs
\$1.50.
Circle One: Discrete or Continuous
Write the set of all possible x-values:
{ ________________________________ }

Graph Card

## Write the set of all possible y-values:

{ ________________________________ }
Can Gillian purchase 14 songs?
Why or why not?

## 2. Karyn is driving 40 miles per hour. Her total

trip is 160 miles.
Circle One: Discrete or Continuous
What are the smallest and largest values of
x that give a point on the graph?
Smallest:_______

Largest:______

## Write the set of all possible x-values

(between the smallest and largest values of x):

{________

________}

Graph Card

## What are the smallest and largest values of

y that give a point on the graph?
Smallest:_______

Largest:______

## Write the set of all possible y-values

(between the smallest and largest values of y):

{________

________}

## Domain and Range

3. Mauricea rides her bicycle 15 miles per hour
on the trail. The trail is 20 miles long.
Circle One: Discrete or Continuous
Write the set of all possible x-values:

{________

________}

{________

Graph Card

________}

## How many hours does it take Mauricea to

get to the end of the trail? How do you
know?

## 4. Merle pays an initial fee of \$20 to join an

unlimited movie rental service. There is an
additional cost of \$15 every two months to
maintain membership. Merle is a member
of the movie service club for one year.
Circle One: Discrete or Continuous
Write the set of all possible x-values:
___________________________________

Graph Card

## Write the set of all possible y-values:

___________________________________

## Domain and Range

Cut along the bold dotted lines.

## Think Inside the Box

1. Use horizontal and vertical lines to draw a box around the graph shown below. Be sure that
no part of your graph is outside of the box. Be sure that the sides of your box are touching
the graph, using the smallest box possible. Use your pencil to shade the interior of your box.
2. Highlight the left side and the right side of your box. Record the smallest number and largest
number when looking at your box from left to right.
Smallest number ______

## Write the set of all x-values: _________________.

These values are called the __________________.
3. Using a different color, highlight the top and
bottom of your box. Record the smallest number
and largest number when looking at your box from
bottom to top.
Smallest number ______

## Write the set of all y-values: _________________.

These values are called the __________________.

## Think Inside the Box

4. Use horizontal and vertical lines to draw a box around the graph shown below. Be sure that
no part of your graph is outside of the box. Be sure that the sides of your box are touching
the graph, using the smallest box possible. Use your pencil to shade the interior of your box.
5. Highlight the left side and the right side of your box. Record the smallest number and largest
number when looking at your box from left to right.
Smallest number ______

## Write the set of all x-values: _________________.

These values are called the __________________.
6. Using a different color, highlight the top and
bottom of your box. Record the smallest number
and largest number when looking at your box from
bottom to top.
Smallest number ______

## Write the set of all y-values: _________________.

These values are called the __________________.

## Supporting STAAR Achievement: Algebra 1

Name: _________________________________

DOMAIN

RANGE

My Definition:

My Definition:

## What is the range of the graph shown?

Discrete Function

Continuous Function

## Domain and Range

Cut along the bold dotted lines. Three sets are provided.

0

150

0

150

0

150

0

150

## Supporting STAAR Achievement: Algebra I

Name: _________________________________

## Imagine the Possibilities

Find the domain and range for each situation.
1.

## 3. Winnie is driving at a constant rate. It takes

her 4 hours to drive 232 miles from her
home in Dallas to her parents house in
Houston, Texas. She creates a graph of
distance versus time for the trip using the
equation d = 58t.

Domain: _____________________________

Domain: _____________________________

Range: ______________________________

Range: ______________________________

2.

4.

Height (meters)

3, 2 ,( 1, 4),( 1,7),(0,3),(1,5),(2,5)

Time (seconds)
Domain: _____________________________

Domain: _____________________________

Range: ______________________________

Range: ______________________________

5.

7.

4 x 10

## for all prime numbers less than 15

Domain: _____________________________

Domain: _____________________________

Range: ______________________________

Range: ______________________________

## 6. A senior citizens group is making fruit

baskets and plans to sell them as a
fundraiser. They are able to make 10 fruit
baskets and want to sell them for \$35 each.

8.
input

output

3.25

3.75

4.25

4.75

5.25

Domain: _____________________________

Domain: _____________________________

Range: ______________________________

Range: ______________________________

## Imagine the Possibilities Hints*

Hint for Problem 1:

## Would a table of values

representing the ordered
pairs included on the graph

## Would sketching a graph

representing the situation be

## How could Think Inside the

A prime number is a
number, greater than 1,
whose only factors are 1 and
the number itself.

provided below.

provided below.

x-values?

## Would making a table of

values representing all of the
possible values for this
situation?

the x-values?

provided below.

## Which values correspond to

the y-values?

Name: _________________________________

## Evaluate: Domain and Range

1. Kiera was driving in her neighborhood and approached a stop sign. When she applied the
brakes, it took 4.5 seconds to come to a complete stop from a speed of 20 miles per hour.
If Kiera creates a graph of her speed versus time as she applies the brakes, which of the
following would describe the domain for her graph?
A

20

4.5

20

4.5

Height (feet)

2. The graph below shows the height of a ball thrown from the top of a building. Which inequality
best describes the range of the graph?

Time (seconds)

4.4

95

4.4

95

## Total Cost (\$)

3. The graph below shows the total cost of parking in a downtown garage. Which of the following
describes the range of the graph?

Months
A

## {105, 2, 135, 4, 195, 5, 225, 8, 315, 9, 345, 11, 405}

{105, 135, 165, 195, 225, 255, 285, 315, 345, 375, 405}

Height (feet)

4. The graph below shows the height of a rocket launched from the ground. Which inequality best
describes the domain of the graph?

Time (seconds)
A

10

400

10

400