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121 resources with the keyterm table

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Interpret the Rate of Change/Slope and Intercepts within the Context of Everyday Life

For Students 7th - 10th Standards
This video demonstrates everything about slope as it goes through a variety of examples depicting rate of change in more than just linear graphs. Show your learners that slope can be found in the world around them, such as in race times...
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Times Tables - Multiplication

For Students 2nd - 3rd
Introduce learners to multiplication through this fantastic math instructional activity. Provides beginners with an explanation of multiplication as repeated addition using pictures to help students visualize the meaning and process of...
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Functions

For Students 8th Standards
One in, one out is what functions are about in a video explaining the rules and qualities of these relationships. Have your learners practice with ordered pairs, tables, mapping, and graphs, deciphering whether or not those relationships...
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How Can You Tell if a Function is Linear or Nonlinear From a Table?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Is it possible to tell if a table of values represents a linear function or a nonlinear function? One way is to graph the ordered pairs to see if it makes a straight line. But, take a look at the rate of change in the table. If the rate...
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How Do You Graph a Relation From a Table?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Just a couple of ways to look at some data regarding basketball free throw percentages for a specific player. Make a table and a coordinate axes graph. Plot the ordered pairs to get a nice visual to take a look at the data. Watch this...
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How Do You Complete a Table By Plugging in Values?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Given a table of values and an algebraic expression, plug in the given values and complete the table. There are many, many uses for tables and this one provides some beginning level practice.
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How Do You Use the Graph of a Linear Equation to Solve a Word Problem?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
There are rabbits, rabbits, rabbits everywhere. Not this group of rabbits. Use a table to find some x and y values to create a graph to solve this word problem. It's a rather peculiar word problem in that it is trying to find when a...
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How Do You Find the Solution Set for a Relation If You Know the Domain?

For Teachers 8th - 11th
Use a table to find the solution set for an equation. Watch an instructor as she directs how to create ordered pairs using a given domain and check your answers using one of these ordered pairs. A practical video for anyone, student or...
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How Do You Write a Relation from a Word Problem?

For Teachers 8th - 11th
This word problem has only one set of given numbers. How does one make a graph with only one set of numbers? Make a table to get the other set of values. Now these values make ordered pairs and can be plotted on a graph.
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How Do You Find the Domain and Range of the Inverse of a Relation?

For Teachers 9th - 11th
Finding the domain and range of the inverse of a relation can be tricky, unless you know the correct steps! It's not that complicated. Watch this video and see how the instructor does the inverse of a relation before writing the domain...
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How Do You Make a Table of Values for a Linear Equation?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Create a table of values based on a given linear equation. Input, output, function. Watch this video and learn how to set up a table to get coordinate points to make a graph of an equation. Make a column of selected x-values. Make a...
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How Do You Figure Out If a Relation is a Function?

For Teachers 6th - 11th
If a relation is to be considered a function then the values in the domain can only appear once in the table. It does not matter how many times a value appears in the range. Set up a table using the given values to check and see if the...
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How Do You Graph a Rational Function by Making a Table?

For Teachers 8th - 11th
Make a table to graph a rational equation. Make a list of values for x and plug them into the expression to get the y value. Then plot the ordered pairs on a graph. Hey, this graph looks funny! Something about asymptotes. Watch closely...
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How Do You Write an Equation for Direct Variation from a Table?

For Teachers 8th - 11th
y=kx. This is the direct variation equation. You have been given a table of values. So look at the table and figure out how to use this equation to write an equation that represents what is happening in the table. Does the equation...
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Walk-a-thon 2

For Teachers 6th - 9th Standards
During a walk-a-thon your learners must determine the walking rate of Julianna's progress. Using tables, graphs, and an equation, they must be able to calculate the time it took her to walk one mile and predict her distance based on the...
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Two-School Dance

For Teachers 7th - 9th Standards
Who's ready for the dance? When two middle schools combine for a dance, your learners' job is to calculate the ratio of girls attending. Provided with three different solutions, you can choose from setting up a ratio, linear equation, or...
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Walk-a-thon 1

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Your mathematician's job is to explore the relationship between hours and miles walked during a walk-a-thon. The activity compels your learners to experiment with different means in finding out this proportional relationship. The answer...
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How Do You Find the Solution Set for a Relation If You Know the Domain?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Use a table to find the solution set for an equation. Watch an instructor as she directs how to create ordered pairs using a given domain and check your answers using one of these ordered pairs. A practical video for anyone, student or...
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How Do You Figure Out the Volume of a Solution Using Percents?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
A word problem, chemistry, and percent? I know you want to throw your hands in the air and run away from this problem, but please don't. Pay close attention as the instructor helps you unpack this word problem to set up an equation that...
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How Do You Evaluate an Exponential Function?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Set up a table to keep track of your values as you evaluate an exponential function. Select some values for the table to plug in to the given exponential expression. Then evaluate the expression. Do you see a pattern?
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How Do You Solve a Word Problem Where You Multiply Fractions and Work Backwards?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Could anyone really eat 15 feet of a sub sandwich in one day? That's how much this math problem says he ate. He actually started out with a bigger sub sandwich. How big was it to start? The instructor uses a table to illustrate how you...
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Using a Table

For Students 1st - 2nd
Tables are no help if your scholars can't read them; provide some excellent beginner-practice using this table example and accompanying comprehension questions. Learners examine the data first, which charts the number of glasses of water...
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Tables

For Students 1st - 2nd
Can you read this table? Learners begin to comprehend data analysis through examining two simple tables and answering comprehension questions. The first gives characteristics about three animals in yes-or-no format (i.e. "eats insects,"...
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Reading Tables

For Students 1st - 2nd
Who is two years younger than Meg? Who is older than Paul, but not Kinta? Scholars practice reading tables as they answer comprehension questions based on three sets of data. First, they examine a table depicting ages, then favorite...