Additional Lessons 11  20 of 1000 for Graphs, Relations, Functions


11. Reading Graphs
Reading Graphs Abstract This lesson is designed to introduce students to graphing functions and to reading simple functions from graphs. Many of the examples are motivated by a situation described by the graph. Objectives Upon completion of this lesson, students will: have practiced plotting functions on the Cartesian coordinate plane seen several catego...


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12. Inverse Functions
Title  Inverse Functions By  B. DeComo Primary Subject  Math Grade Level  9 PA Academic Standards: 2.1.8.G Use the inverse relationships between addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponentiation and root extraction to determine unknown quantities in equations. 2.8.8.G Represent relationships with tables or graphs in the coordinate plane and ver...


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13. Rational Functions
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14. Functional Machines & Spaghetti Graphs
Summary: Students will learn to identify the relationship between patterns and functions. Main Curriculum Tie: Mathematics Grade 6 Represent and analyze quantitative relationships between dependent and independent variables. 9. Use variables to represent two quantities in a realworld problem that change in relationship to one another; write an equation to express one quantity, thought of a...


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15. Investigating Exponential Functions
Susan B. Batson email: sbbatso@ibm.net Lesson Title: Investigating Exponential Functions Grade Level: Algebra II Length: Two Class Sessions Topic Covered: Exponential Functions 1. Overview: This lesson introduces the exponential function through graphing and investigating patterns of graphs. Also connections are made to realworld applications. 2. Expected Outcome: The student will be able to graph exponential functions and...


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16. Algebra II: Quadratic Functions
...s a Clarifying Lesson? A model lesson teachers can implement in their classroom. Clarifying Lessons combine multiple TEKS statements and may use several Clarifying Activities in one lesson. Clarifying Lessons help to answer the question "What does a complete lesson look like that addresses a set of related TEKS statements, and how can these TEKS statements be connected to other parts of the TEKS?" TEKS Addressed in This Lesson Foundations for functions: 2A.1.A, B Quadratic and square root functions: 2A.6.A, B, C; 2A.8.A, B, C, D Materials Graphing calculator Student worksheet (pdf 60kb) home » instructional materials » algebra 2 » clarifyin...


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17. Trigonometric Functions for Precalculus
A Title III Learning Unit ____________________ Model Schools Learning Unit Displayed on the State Education Department Learning Experience Form DESCRIPTION OF LEARNING UNIT Title: Trigonometric Functions for Precalculus Written by Gerald F. Peters for Mathematics grades 1112 Gouverneur High School, 113 E. Barney St., Gouverneur, NY 13642 School: Phone 3152871900 Fax 3152877963 Home: Phone 3152871687 Fax 3152877965 Typed using Microsoft Word in Windows 98 LEARNING CONTEXT Learning Standards Addressed: NYS Math B Curriculum Key I...


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18. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions the Fun Way!
...Challenge Grant Learning Unit Overview Content Knowledge Essential Questions Connection To Standards Initiating Activity Learning Experiences Culminating Performance PreRequisite Skills Modifications Schedule/Time Plan Technology Use LU Title: Exponential and Logarithmic Author(s): Donna H Briedis Functions the Fun Way! Grade Level: 11 School : Heuvelton Topic/Subject Area: Mathematics Address: Heuvelton CS Heuvelton, NY 13654 Email: dbriedis@yahoo.com Phone/Fax: 3153442414 OVERVIEW This is a unit designed to help Course 3, or soon to be Math B, students discover Exponential and Logarithmic Functions using TIGraphing Calculators and Cal...


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19. Functions and the Vertical Line Test
Functions and the Vertical Line Test Abstract The following discussions and activities are designed to lead the students to explore the the vertical line test for functions. Plotting points and drawing simple piecewise functions are practiced along the way. Objectives Upon completion of this lesson, students will: be able to recognize functions f...


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20. Impossible Graphs
Impossible Graphs Abstract This lesson is devoted to impossible graphs. Users of the module can learn to distinguish between possible and impossible graphs of functions, and to learn why some graphs are impossible. Objectives Upon completion of this lesson, students will: have practiced plotting functions on the Cartesian coordinate plane be able to read a...


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