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5 Minute Check Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 1.2. 3. 4.

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5 Minute Check Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 1.

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5 Minute Check Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 1. y = 4x xy 00 14 28 33

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5 Minute Check Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 2.

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Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 3.

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5 Minute Check Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 3. y = x + 0.5 xy 00.5 11.5

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5 Minute Check Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 4.

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5 Minute Check Find the equation for the following graphs. Complete in your notes. 4. y = x + 1 xy 01 12 23

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Monday, Nov 24 Chapter 6.8.4 Multiple Representations of Function

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How much would it cost for 2 friends?

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How much would it cost for 3 friends?

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How much would it cost for 4 friends?

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The ordered pairs are on a line.

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Multiple Representations of Function Objective: Construct and analyze different verbal, graphical and algebraic representations of functions.

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Multiple Representations of Function Words and equations can be used to describe functions. For example, when a rate is expressed in words, it can be written as an equation with variables. When you write an equation, determine what variables to use to represent different quantities.

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Multiple Representations of Function A runner’s distance in a marathon is equal to 8 miles per hour times the number of hours. Let d = distance, t = time d = 8t

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Multiple Representations of Function The drama club is holding a bake sale. They are charging $5 for each pie they sell. Write an equation to find the total amount earned t for selling p pies.

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Multiple Representations of Function The drama club is holding a bake sale. They are charging $5 for each pie they sell. Write an equation to find the total amount earned t for selling p pies. Let t = total money earned, p = number of pies sold t = 5p

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Multiple Representations of Function In a science report, Mia finds the average adult breathes 14 tines each minute when not active. Write an equation to find the total breaths b a non-active person takes in m minutes. Do this on your own.

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Multiple Representations of Function In a science report, Mia finds the average adult breathes 14 tines each minute when not active. Write an equation to find the total breaths b a non-active person takes in m minutes. Let b = total breaths, m = minutes b = 14m

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Multiple Representations of Function While in normal flight, a bald eagle flies at an average speed of 30 miles per hour. Make a function table and write an equation to describe the relationship between the total distance d a bald eagle can fly in h hours. Then graph the ordered pairs. Do this on your own.

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Multiple Representations of Function While in normal flight, a bald eagle flies at an average speed of 30 miles per hour. Make a function table and write an equation to describe the relationship between the total distance d a bald eagle can fly in h hours. Then graph the ordered pairs. d = 30 h

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Multiple Representations of Function An African elephant eats 400 pounds of vegetation each day. Write an equation to represent the number of pounds of vegetation (v) an African elephant eats in (d) days. Graph the ordered pairs. How much will an African elephant eat in one week?

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Multiple Representations of Function An African elephant eats 400 pounds of vegetation each day. Write an equation to represent the number of pounds of vegetation (v) an African elephant eats in (d) days. Graph the ordered pairs. How much will an African elephant eat in one week? v = 400d If d = 7, v = 400 · 7 = 2800

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Multiple Representations of Function Board 4 U charges $10 per hour to rent a snowboard while Slopes charges $12 per hour. Will the cost to rent snowboards at each place ever be the same after zero hours?

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Multiple Representations of Function Board 4 U charges $10 per hour to rent a snowboard while Slopes charges $12 per hour. Will the cost to rent snowboards at each place ever be the same after zero hours? No Boards 4 U ; y = 10x Slopes; y = 12x There is no value for x (after zero) in which y would be the same.

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Multiple Representations of Function Agenda Notes Complete Mid-Chapter Check on Page 614 After completed bring to the desk. Homework – Homework Practice 6.8.4 Due Tuesday, Nov 25 Mid-Chapter 6.8 Quiz – Tuesday, Nov 25

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