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8.3 - Algebra 2 (Functions and Relations)

8.3 - Algebra 2 (Functions and Relations)

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Unit 8.3  FunctionsRelationships between two variables can be represented in multiple ways.
Unit 8.3 -Functions and Relations
Relationships between two variables can be represented in multiple ways.
How can I representpatterns usingalgebra?
9.1.1 Interpretpatterns found insequences, tables,and other forms of quantitativeinformation usingvariables or functionnotation.9.3.1 Express ageneralization of apattern in variousrepresentationsincluding algebraicand function notation.
How can I represent a functionusing a graph, a table, and/oran equation?
8.3.4 Translate between variousrepresentations of a linear function9.1.4 Translate between representations of functions that depict real-world situations.9.3.6 Interpret various relations in multiplerepresentations.8.3.6 Analyze the graph of a linear functionto find solutions and intercepts9.1.6 Determine and interpret slope inmultiple contexts including rate of change inreal-world problems.9.1.5 Recognize and express the effect of changing constants and/or coefficients inproblem solving.8.3.5 Determine the slope of a line from anequation, two given points, a table or a graph9.3.8 Determine the equation of a lineand/or graph a linear equation.
How can I classifyalgebraicrelationships?
8.3.7 Identify,compare andcontrast functionsas linear or non-linear.9.3.7 Determinedomain and rangeof a relation,determinewhether a relationis a functionand/or evaluate afunction at aspecified rationalvalue.
How can I use graphsto help me solveinequalities andsystems of equations?
8.3.3 Solve andgraph linearinequalities in twovariables9.3.9 -Solvesystems of linearequations/inequalities in two variables.8.3.1 -Findsolutions tosystems of twolinear equations intwo variables.
 
Unit 8.3  FunctionsRelationships between two variables can be represented in multiple ways.
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Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to
State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence
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 Generalize a visual pattern using function notationand/or variables.9.1.1  Interpretpatterns found insequences, tables, andother forms of quantitative informationusing variables orfunction notation.9.3.1  Express ageneralization of apattern in variousrepresentationsincluding algebraic andfunction notation.How can I representpatterns usingalgebra?F(x) = 2x  1Y = 2x - 1Function notationexample:f(x) = 2x +3.Variable example:y = 2x + 3Growth PatternsInterim Assessment
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 Generalize a numerical pattern using functionnotation and/or variables.
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 Generalize a pattern in an input/output table usingfunction notation and/or variables.
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Interim Assessment I(Numbers and Operations and Algebra 1)
 
Unit 8.3  FunctionsRelationships between two variables can be represented in multiple ways.
   M   o   n   t    h   W   e   e    k   D   a   y
Daily Learning ObjectivesKIPPsters will be able to
State PerformanceIndicatorsTopical EssentialQuestionsVocabulary andReferenceAssessmentEvidence
   O   c   t   o    b   e   r   2   0   1   0   2   o    f   1   1    (   W   e   e    k   o    f   1   0    /   2   5    )   W   e   e    k   A    f   t   e   r   F   a    l    l   B   r   e   a    k
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 Create a graph of a function (linear or nonlinear)from an equation or a table by plotting points.8.3.4  Translate betweenvarious representationsof a linear function9.1.4  Translate betweenrepresentations of functions that depict real-world situations.9.3.6  Interpret variousrelations in multiplerepresentations.9.3.8 
Determine theequation of a line and/or 
 graph a linear equation.How can I representa function using agraph, a table,and/or an equation?*Note: Teaching studentshow to translate to andfrom variousrepresentations of afunction should be veryfluid. It is best not to givespecific strategies untilstudents have attemptedto represent a function inas many ways as possibleusing the knowledge thatthey already have.Linksheets are essential tohelp students understandthe fluidity between thedifferent representations.FunctionGraphTable of valuesLinearNon-linearLinksheetsQuiz
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 Create a graph of a real-world function (linear ornonlinear) from an equation or a table by plottingpoints.
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Match the graph of a function to the correctequation and/or table of values.
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 Match the graph of a function to the correctequation and/or table of values.
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