Tomorrow, my Algebra 2 class will begin identifying the domain and range of a function from a graph. I created a domain and range foldable to help my students keep the three different notations separate.

I used a basic three door foldable. The first flap contains all of the information about set notation. The second flap features algebraic notation, and the third flap focuses on interval notation.

I’ve sized my template that is sized to fit in a composition notebook below. My students will add this to their Algebra 2 interactive notebooks. This is one of my favorite and most versatile foldables.

Over my years of teaching Algebra 2, I did several variations of this same foldable.

## Free Download of Notation for Domain and Range Foldable Template

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- Notation for Domain and Range Foldable

Unknown

Tuesday 1st of November 2016

Once again your foldables are awesome assets. Thank you for sharing! God Bless you!

Dawn

Tuesday 30th of August 2016

Thank you! I'll be modifying this for my class this week and am so grateful for the inspiration and your time.

Unknown

Saturday 6th of December 2014

Do you teach any of this in algebra 1?

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Thursday 19th of February 2015

We do domain and range using set notation. But, we're only looking at discrete sets of points.

Unknown

Sunday 9th of February 2014

Thanks for making this. I'm about to teach my Algebra 2 students about interval notation and I needed a good way for them to organize their notes. What you made will really help.

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Monday 10th of February 2014

You're welcome! I'm glad that you've found my blog to be useful.

Anonymous

Tuesday 8th of January 2013

Wow! That looks great! I remember learning this and being somewhat confused about it, but this seems like a great way to teach it and it makes so much sense! I love your blog and you seem like an amazing teacher! :)