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ON TARGET PREVIEW OF GRAPHS AND FUNCTIONS Section 1-9
ON TARGET What is happening to the value of Sarah’s car over time?
ON TARGET Based on the graph, which costs more peaches or plums?
ON TARGET Based on the graph, do you think the jewelry store is open on Sunday?
ON TARGET Laundry Problem Total cost ($) Number of shirts shirts24681012 Cost $369121518
ON TARGET Identify the independent and dependent variables Total cost ($) Number of shirts
ON TARGET Predict the cost for washing and pressing 16 shirts. Total cost ($) Number of shirts
ON TARGET Predict the cost for washing and pressing 16 shirts. shirts24681012 Cost $369121518
ON TARGET Time Distance
ON TARGET Time Distance
ON TARGET Time Distance
ON TARGET Draw a graph represent the following: It rained off and on all day. The day started with a light steady rain. The rain stopped. Later in the day a thunderstorm produced flash floods. Time Total Rain Fall
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Stopping distance Subtitle. Some Review questions and topics You should know the content of these slides. Computations can be done on your calculator.
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Graph the linear function What is the domain and the range of f?
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