## Reflection: Intervention and Extension Transforming Functions Day 2 of 2 - Section 3: Using algebra to prove the transformations of inverses

Many times students get confused when a problem has numerous parameters. For today's lesson I write an equation like y= 4+3(x-2)^2 and ask the student to solve for x. I work through the problem with the student. I also write out in words the process discussed and chosen by the student. I then watch the student start the problem given in class.

By writing out the steps the students have a good reference to use as they solve the more abstract problem.

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# Transforming Functions Day 2 of 2

Unit 2: Functions and Piecewise Functions
Lesson 13 of 15

## Big Idea: Using transformations is another way to find an inverse of a function.

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Math, Precalculus and Calculus, transformation, Inverses, function
45 minutes

### Katharine Sparks

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