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Graphing and Writing Equations for Piecewise Functions

Unit 2: Piecewise Functions
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: SWBAT graph a piecewise function given its equation and to write the equation for a piecewise function given its graph.

Big Idea: Now that students have examined real-world examples, ask them to apply this knowledge to more abstract functions.

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Math, Inequalities (Algebra), Precalculus and Calculus, multiple representations, piecewise-defined functions, PreCalculus, desmos, real world applications, graphing calculators, absolute value
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