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#### Lessons for Functions

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• All in the Family - … . Graphs are used to represent functional relationships between two characteristics, such as diagonal length as a function of perimeter. This lesson helps students deepen their understanding of basic functions (e.g., linear, quadratic … the independent and dependent variables in functional relationships Explain how differences between members of the same function family (e.g., different slopes …
• Linear Functions - … , extend, and apply patterns in relationship to functions. The students will complete a function based on a given rule. 2 Instructional Activities … are familiar with these terms, begin the function machine activity. You can have the function machine ready to use, or allow the … students to have a function machine box, index cards, markers, and a function table. Directions for using the function machine: 1. Decide which …
• Graphing Linear Functions - … linear functions. The teacher will tell the students that in a linear function you have an input, an output, and a function rule … output and a function? The teacher will ask the students to identify the input, output and the function in the problem of … next set of linear functions on the overhead projector. The students will graph the next set of linear functions listed on the … each table. Write the rule for each linear function. Graph the linear functions in the coordinate plane to the right of each …
• Situation Graphs - … function graph GEE 21 Connection In this lesson, students will develop skills in: Matching a situation to a function graph. Graphing a function model to fit a situation. Interpreting graphs of functions in the context of a … for Mathematics 13 Patterns, Relations and Functions 1. Teacher Blackline #1 has some graphs of functions for the students to walk. If …