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Linear Vs. Non-Linear Functions. We are learning to model functions as tables, graphs and equations (rules). Wednesday, April 2, 2014. 3. 2. 4. 4. 0. 1. 3. 2. 0. 1. 1 2 -10 . 0 2 -10 . 4(0)-3 . 2 2 -10 . 4 2 -10. 4(1)-3 . 4(2)-3 . 4(3)-3 . 3 2 -10 . 4(4)-3 . 0-3 . 4-3 .

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linear vs non linear functions

Linear Vs. Non-Linear Functions

We are learning to model functions as tables, graphs and equations (rules).

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

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3

2

4

4

0

1

3

2

0

1

12-10

02-10

4(0)-3

22-10

42-10

4(1)-3

4(2)-3

4(3)-3

32-10

4(4)-3

0-3

4-3

8-3

1-10

12-3

0-10

4-10

16-3

9-10

16-10

+4

+1

+3

-9

+4

-10

+5

-3

-6

-1

6

1

+4

+4

5

+7

9

13

Label one graph “linear” and the other “non-linear”

“NON-LINEAR”

“LINEAR”

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With your team brainstorm characteristics of graphs, tables, and equations for both linear and non-linear functions.
group practice
Group Practice
  • With your group identify the representations (table and equation) for the functions and identify each as either “linear” or “non-linear.”
    • Be sure to provide proof in complete sentences.
  • Then explain in complete sentences what it means for a function to be linear. Next explain what it means for a function to be non-linear.
    • Demonstrate your reasoning in more than one way.