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F (0-1.5) C (2-2.5) B (3) A (3.5-4)

There is LITTLE OR NO ATTEMPT The student OCCASIONALLY The student CONSISTENTLY

The student USUALLY demonstrates

Rubric to show/demonstrate understanding demonstrates an understanding of

an understanding of the outcome.

demonstrates an understanding of the

of the outcome. the outcome. outcome.

Range 0-69% of the Success Criteria 70-79% of the Success Criteria 80-89% of the Success Criteria 90-100% of the Success Criteria

Create an equation in Slope-Intercept Form given a graph or a table

Complete a table of values that represents a

Success Create a function that represents a given situation

Criteria Create a table that represents a function

Create a linear equation parallel to a given equation

Create a linear equation perpendicular to a given equation

F (0-1.5) C (2-2.5) B (3) A (3.5-4)

There is LITTLE OR NO ATTEMPT The student OCCASIONALLY The student CONSISTENTLY

The student USUALLY demonstrates

Rubric to show/demonstrate understanding demonstrates an understanding of demonstrates an understanding of the

an understanding of the outcome.

of the outcome. the outcome. outcome.

Range 0-69% of the Success Criteria 70-79% of the Success Criteria 80-89% of the Success Criteria 90-100% of the Success Criteria

Identify the slope of linear equation, graph or table

Success Identify the y-intercept of linear equation, graph or table

Criteria Identify the x-intercept of linear equation, graph or table

Explain the parts of a function in context of the given problem

F (0-1.5) C (2-2.5) B (3) A (3.5-4)

There is LITTLE OR NO ATTEMPT The student OCCASIONALLY The student CONSISTENTLY

The student USUALLY demonstrates

Rubric to show/demonstrate understanding demonstrates an understanding of demonstrates an understanding of the

an understanding of the outcome.

of the outcome. the outcome. outcome.

Range 0-69% of the Success Criteria 70-79% of the Success Criteria 80-89% of the Success Criteria 90-100% of the Success Criteria

Graph a linear equation given in Slope-Intercept Form

Success Correctly plotted the y-intercept

Criteria Correctly graphed the slope

Accurately graphed the line

1) Write the slope-intercept form of the equation of each line. Identify the slope, y-intercept, and x-intercept. Write

the x-intercept and y-intercept as ordered pairs.

=

a. Slope-intercept form: _________________

b. Slope: _____________________________

c. y-intercept: _________________________

d. x-intercept: _________________________

2) Write the slope-intercept form of the equation of each line. Identify the slope, y-intercept, and x-intercept. Write

the x-intercept and y-intercept as ordered pairs.

b. Slope: _____________________________

c. y-intercept: _________________________

d. x-intercept: _________________________

3) Find the slope, y-intercept, and x-intercept of the line. Write the x-intercept and y-intercept as ordered pairs.

Write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form.

a. Slope: _____________________________

b. y-intercept: _________________________

c. x-intercept: _________________________

4) Find the slope, y-intercept, and x-intercept of the line. Write the x-intercept and y-intercept as ordered pairs.

Write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form.

a. Slope: _____________________________

b. y-intercept: _________________________

c. x-intercept: _________________________

5) Complete the table of values below and use it to identify the slope and y-intercept. Then write the equation in

slope-intercept form that represents this table of values.

a. x y

b. Slope: _____________________________

c. y-intercept: __________________________

6 4

8 7

d. Slope Intercept Form: _________________

10 10

12 13

6) Complete the table of values below and use it to identify the slope and y-intercept. Then write the equation in

slope-intercept form that represents this table of values.

a. x y

b. Slope: _____________________________

c. y-intercept: __________________________

9 3

12 8

d. Slope Intercept Form: _________________

15 13

18 18

7) Graph the linear equation on the coordinate plane. Identify the coordinates of the x-intercept and the y-intercept

of the graph.

=

a. Slope: ______________

b. y-intercept: ________________

c. x-intercept: _______________

d. Graph

8) Graph the linear equation on the coordinate plane. Identify the coordinates of the x-intercept and the y-intercept

of the graph.

=

a. Slope: ______________

b. y-intercept: ________________

c. x-intercept: _______________

d. Graph

9) Graph the linear equation on the coordinate plane. Identify the coordinates of the x-intercept and the y-intercept

of the graph.

= +

a. Slope: ______________

b. y-intercept: ________________

c. x-intercept: _______________

d. Graph

10) Graph the linear equation on the coordinate plane. Identify the coordinates of the x-intercept and the y-intercept

of the graph.

= +

a. Slope: ______________

e. y-intercept: ________________

f. x-intercept: _______________

d. Graph

4 Ways to Represent Functions

11) Kamaaina Surf Rentals charges a flat fee of $10 to rent a surfboard plus $10 per hour till the board is returned.

a. Create a function for the cost of a tourist to rent a b. What does K(8) represent in the

surfboard, K(h) context of this situation? Use complete

sentences.

rental. K(x) up to 10 hours of rental.

h K(h)

80 1

75

70 2

65

60 3

55

Total Cost k(h)

50 4

45

5

40

35

6

30

25 7

20

15 8

10

5 9

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 10

HOURS (h)

4 Ways to Represent Functions

12) Ewa Moped Rentals charges a flat fee of $15 to rent a moped plus $10 per hour till the moped is returned.

a. Create a function for the cost of a tourist to b. What does E(5) represent in the

rent a surfboard, E(h) context of this situation? Use complete

sentences.

rental. K(x) up to 10 hours of rental.

h E(h)

0

80

1

75

70 2

65

60 3

55

Total Cost E(h)

50 4

45

40 5

35

30 6

25

7

20

15

8

10

5 9

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 10

HOURS (h)

13) Given this linear equation, create two others, one that is parallel and one that is perpendicular.

1

y x2

2

a. Parallel: b. Perpendicular:

14) Given this linear equation, create two others, one that is parallel and one that is perpendicular.

3

y x5

2

b. Parallel: b. Perpendicular:

15) Given this linear equation, create two others, one that is parallel and one that is perpendicular.

y 3x 2

c. Parallel: b. Perpendicular:

16) Given this linear equation, create two others, one that is parallel and one that is perpendicular.

y 8x 4

d. Parallel: b. Perpendicular:

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