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Objective: Homework: Students will be able to use the properties of equality to solve equations that are represented pictorially. Students will be able to check solutions to equations. Take home QUIZ. (due Friday, 9/28)

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Does the following table represent a linear relationship? If so what is the rate? and write an equation. XY 010 319 525 1040 1246 1452 1555

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The students in Ms. Chang’s class decide to order water bottles that advertise the walkaton. Maliik obtains two different quotes for the costs of the bottles. Fill It Up Charges $4 per bottle Bottles by Bob charges $25 plus $3 per bottle. For each company, write and equation Maliik would use to calculate the cost for any of the bottles.

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The equation c= 5n represents the cost C in dollars for n caps that advertise the walkathon. Which of the following pairs of numbers could represent a number of caps and the cost for the number of caps, (n, C)? A.(0, 5) B.(3, 15) C.(15, 60) D.(5,1)

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In a table if one variable is increasing while the other is also increasing, then there is a/an _______ rate of change. A. increasing B. decreasing C. 0 D. vertical

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Bonus Question!!!!!!

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You have 45secs to trade papers!

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1. Yes, Rate = 3, y = 3x + 10 2. y = 4x; y = 3x + 25 3. B,D 4. A Bonus: 68 pages/day

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