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More Applications of Rational Functions

Unit 6: Rational Functions
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Objective: SWBAT write rational functions to describe real-world situations and choose inputs that will enable them to graph these functions.

Big Idea: How can we create functions to describe these real world situations? Students explore the behavior of rational functions that they generate.

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Math, Precalculus and Calculus, Graphing (Algebra), asymptotes, rational function
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