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# Graphing Patterns - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Graphing Patterns. Rules for Graphing. Do not cluster your information Make sure the numbers titles and sub titles are clear. Output number is on the vertical line ( y-axis ), input number on the horizontal line ( x-axis ).

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### Graphing Patterns

• Do not cluster your information

• Make sure the numbers titles and sub titles are clear.

• Output number is on the vertical line (y-axis), input number on the horizontal line (x-axis).

• Mark the coordinate at the precise indicator. (i.e.: 4,2) on the spot.

You will need grid paper. There is a sale on Madonna CD's at HMV at the Fairview Park Mall. Each CD costs \$10.00

Copy and complete this table.

Find the cost for up to 10 CD's

Graph the data in the table.

Describe the patterns in the table.

How are these patterns shown in the graph

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Multiple each number by 2, then add 3. Graph the pattern. Explain how the graph shows the pattern.

Complete the table for this pattern:

x 2 + 3 =5

x 2 + 3 =7

x 2 + 3 = 9

Imputter number

x 2 + 3 = 11

x 2 + 3 =13

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A good graph Explain how the graph shows the pattern.

First number tells the horizontal distance from the origin

Second number tells the vertical distance from the origin

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INPUT NUMBER

FIRST CLASS WORK Explain how the graph shows the pattern.

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