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Write down this problem on your

COMMUNICATOR

Be prepared to share your work

with the class.

Convince me that (-32,40)

IS or ISN’T a solution to

y = 52x + 1,492

Page 20 of

• TEST REWORK due NEXT CLASS.

• I do not accept late rework – even with a coupon.

• You can retake Ch 1 Test iff . . .

• - Practice Test is complete with work shown

• - Rework is complete with work shown

• - you have a 3x5 card made

• - Last day to Retake is Sept 29(A-day) & 30th(B-day)

• - I will reserve 1 intervention for retakes (TBA).

• Or make an appointment before/after school.

out on your desk.

People with 100%, try this honors question:

Graph the solution for y -3 = -2(x + 3) +1

The equation simplifies to:

Y = -2x-2

This chapter will include some review from last year. 

Mostly, we will be solving equations – lots of equations!

2.1 Multiple Representations of Mathematical Relationships

Students, please just sketch the graph on the right into your notebooks.

Use the graph to answer the i-can statement.

i-can

determine if

this graph is continuous?

Linear? increasing/decreasing

or both?

Page 20-21

Today we’re going to learn BIG words

for describing graphs – BIG words for

FANCY people! We. Are FANCY people.

the graphs into 2 groups.

DISCRETE

CONTINUOUS

Based on how you sorted the graphs, how would YOU define DISCRETE & CONTINUOUS?

Disconnected

Not together

Connected

Together

DISCRETE

CONTINUOUS

Dots

No holes

Detached

“drivable”

SORT DISCRETE & CONTINUOUS?

the graphs into 4 groups.

INCREASING

BOTH

NEITHER

DECREASING

BOTH

INCREASING

Goes UP and DOWN, as you move from left

to right.

Going UP from left

to right.

NEITHER

DECREASING

No direction

or Flat

Going DOWN from left to right.

SORT define them?

the graphs into 2 groups.

LINEAR

NON-LINEAR

Based on how you sorted the graphs, how would YOU define DISCRETE & CONTINUOUS?

LINEAR

NON-LINEAR

follows a SINGLE

straight line

does not follow

a single straight

line

You and your friend go to the movies and share a large bucket of popcorn. Tell a story to describe the graph.

Tell a different story about the popcorn to describe this graph. You are still at the movies.

p. 66

Follow along in your foldable. bucket of popcorn. Tell a story to describe the graph.

compare to #10 hmwrk

Worksheet bucket of popcorn. Tell a story to describe the graph.

2.2

Graph

Characteristics