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The Lumber Model Problem

Unit 3: Cubic Functions
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT apply their knowledge of polynomial functions to quantities in the real world, carefully interpreting mathematical conclusions in terms of the context.

Big Idea: In many cases, polynomial functions are ideal mathematical models that support quantitative and abstract reasoning.

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Math, polynomial functions, cubic equations, Algebra 2, master teacher project, models / tables / graphs (mathematical relationships), cubic functions, Algebra 2, function
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