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Título Comparing Functions: Function Sleuthing to Find Rules
Descrición This should take place after a good amount of exploration of the multiple representations of functions (graphs, tables, rules, explicit & recursive sentences) but before the abstraction of writing an algebraic linear rule has been mastered. Students should be familiar with comparing growth rates (including increasing and decreasing trends) as well as initial values of different linear functions. Content Objectives: Students will use a table or graph to construct an equivalent function rule. Students will be able to compare two functions represented graphically and numerically in tables. Students will use their own words to complete the sentence frames (below) to describe the growth of two functions: Recursive: To find the next output, use the output before and ________. Explicit: To find each output, use the input and ________.
Tema Matemáticas
Nivel Bacharelato, Secundaria obrigatoria
Tipo Guided Activity
Duración 90 minutos
Respostas incluidas Non
Linguaxe English
Palabras clave algebra, equation, explicit, graph, pattern, recursive, rule, slope, table
Simulacións Function Builder (HTML5)


Autores Cary Hoste
Email de Contacto cary.hoste@bvsd.org
Centro Escolar / Institución Casey Middle School
Presentado 4/6/17
Actualizado 6/6/17