One to One Relationships
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Kindergarten - Geometry
What are One to One Relationships? Each function works in a different manner and may have different graphical representations. One of the different types of functions is the function with a one-to-one relationship. Just like its namesake, one-to-one relationships in functions mean that they are dependent on each other completely. In other words, if we consider an example y=x+1, then y will change with the value of x. Therefore, for every value of x, the value of y will change. One-to-one functions build a straight line on the graph, while the highest power in the function is 1. In other words, one-to-one functions are linear in nature. These worksheets and lessons help students learn how draw and identify 1 to 1 relationships.
Printable Worksheets and Lessons
- Cat to Rat: Step-by-Step Lesson- Help the cat get to the rat by drawing a straight line.
- Guided Worksheet - Feed the cows, sort the laundry, and get the motorcycle some fuel.
- Guided Explanation - Draw lines between the items that go together.
- Independent Practice Worksheet - Find the items that go together and put them together.
- Matching Worksheet - Match the two items that belong together.
A simple reminder lesson. It can be very helpful homework.
- Lesson 1 - The rabbit is feeling very hungry. He sees a carrot. Draw a straight line from the rabbit to the carrot.
I tried to create a story for students in the first 3 worksheets. The last 3 are based only on the task at hand.
- Practice 1 - The cow is feeling very hungry. He sees some grass. Draw a straight line from the cow to the grass.
- Practice 2 - This boy is feeling very bored. He sees a ball and wants to play with it. Draw a straight line from the boy to the ball.
- Practice 3 - Draw a line between the things that go together.
- Practice 4 - Which two belong together?
- Practice 5 - Stop and think here for a moment.
- Practice 6 - I still think the puppy would go after the mouse first.