# Function Worksheets

Walk through this compilation of free, printable function worksheets that are a must-have to bolster practice in determining the input and output values. One major criterion for a relation to be a function is that each input should have only one output. The relationship between the input and output values is what the function rule is all about. Packed in this collection is a variety of exercises to familiarize children with the identification of functions, determining the domain and range, function tables, graphing linear and quadratic functions, composite functions, and more.

These pdf function worksheets are curated for grade 8 and high school students.

CCSS: 8.F, HSF-IF.A.1, HSF-IF.C.7, HSF-BF.A.1

Identifying Functions from Graphs

Children in 8th grade are expected to apply the vertical line test to identify graphs that represent a function in these functions worksheets pdf.

Is It a Function or Not? | Equations

The focus of these printable exercises on identifying functions is on equations. Math lovers in high school must determine if each given equation represents a function.

Not only do kids determine the domain and range of a function, but they also find the range when the domain is given in this series of printable functions worksheets.

Is It a Function or Not? | Relation - Table

In these pdf worksheets, 8th grade kids check whether each x-value in the table has only one y-value corresponding to it. If yes, then the table represents a function.

Plug in each input value in the function rule and complete the tables with the output values in these function worksheet pdfs featuring linear and quadratic functions.

Test students’ skills with these printable function worksheets, where they evaluate a range of linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, and rational functions.

Gain ample practice with these worksheets, where high school students combine two functions, where the output of one function becomes the input of the other.

In these functions worksheets, grade 8 and high school students are expected to tackle exercises that call for representing linear functions on graphs.

Upskill kids in graphing with these exercises featuring quadratic functions. Bear in mind the highest power is 2, and the graph of a quadratic function is a parabola.