# Evaluating Functions Worksheets

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Take your pick from our evaluating functions worksheets to recap evaluating expressions or test your high school students' knowledge of this topic, a prerequisite for solving these pdf worksheets. Watch students rush to replace the variable x with its value in the function rule, perform arithmetic operations, and evaluate different forms of functions to perfection. Follow our step-by-step approach, and you should be able to evaluate like a pro.

This set of free worksheets is meticulously designed for grade 8 and high school students.

CCSS: 8.F.A

Learn to evaluate equations with one variable with this set of grade 8 printable worksheets. Replace the variable in the linear equation with the given value, and perform the multiplication operation before addition or subtraction.

Evaluating Quadratic Functions

The insane amount of practice in these pdfs will help take your preparation a long way! The functions featured in these worksheets are in the form f(x) = ax^{2} + bx + c. Plug in the integer value of x in each quadratic function and solve for f(x).

Evaluating Polynomial Functions

Jazz up your practice on evaluating functions with polynomial expressions with these high school worksheets. Determine the value of the polynomial functions for the given input value.

Evaluating Functions - Mixed Review

Revive your skills in evaluating functions with this stack of mixed review pdfs. Presenting linear, quadratic, and polynomial functions, this set provides oodles of practice for 8th-grade students.

Designed for high school students, this bundle of worksheets requires students to replace all the variables in the function with the given value and then simplify the numerator and denominator to solve for f(x).

Evaluating Exponential Functions

Enhance your students' understanding of exponential functions with this resource. Substitute x with the given input value, find the resultant power, and calculate the output value of the function using the order of operations.