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Bring a deeper understanding of function graphs by analyzing various functions to see what types of graphs they create. Individuals or small groups identify the function family a graph belongs to by looking at the common characteristics,...
This thirteen-page PowerPoint presentation guides geometry learners in interpreting linear functions, linear data and their trend lines, the consequences of their constant rate of change, and growth rate. Real-life models including...
Texas Instruments has composed yet another instructional activity to get your class using the TI-Inspire calculator to solve power and root functions. They find similarities and differences in the graphs of even and odd power and root...
Students explore the concept of function rules. For this function rules lesson, students write function rules to explain what it costs a CD company to produce CDs. Students record data in a table and graph the data to determine the...
With this resource, high schoolers solve 17 types of problems related to the transformation of linear functions. First, they define parent function and determine how other linear functions compare to the parent function. Then, pupils...
Your learners will explore the idea that not all functions have real numbers as domain and range values as seen in this real-life context. Secondly, the characteristics required for a function to have an inverse are explored including...
Using CAS TI-Nspire, explore how the area of a triangle formed by the x- and y-axes and a line through a point is related to the slope of a line. Additionally, the lesson serves as an introduction to rational functions and the concept of...
Solve linear equations to encode and decode messages using a variation of the cipher used by Julius Caesar. The class completes the function table for the cipher to decode longer messages. There are several activities, each one a little...
Your young weather buffs use compositions and inverses of functions to convert between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin degrees. Then they analyze possible compositions and whether they exist in the real-life context.
Get to the "root" of the matter with this lesson geared to further understanding about the real roots of quadratics. This begins with a graphic and written expression exercise to identify the root of a function f(x). The class also...
Here you will find a model of a linear relationship between two quantities, the water depth of a channel and the distance across the channel at water level. The cross section of the channel is the shape of an isosceles trapezoid. The...
At the end of this activity, your number crunchers will have a better understanding as to how to describe graphs of velocity versus time and distance versus time. It is easy for learners to misinterpret graphs of velocity, so have them...
The old plug and chug method will help the class investigate functional notation. They explore the meaning of functional notation, f(x), and determine the functional value of given values. The lesson includes two application problems and...
Your high schoolers will be able to relate to this exponential model. In part 1, they create a table to model a situation, plot the data, understand the domain and range, and answer questions about the general function. In part 2, they...
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