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Falling Time Function

Unit 11: Radical Functions
Lesson 2 of 10

Objective: SWBAT create a function that tells the time it takes an object to hit the ground in terms of the height from which the function was dropped. Students will interpret this function as an inverse function in context.

Big Idea: Drop an object off a cliff. When will it hit the ground? Students generate and analyze a radical function to answer this question.

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