Reflecton Questions: Comparing State Population Data - Section 3: Reflection on State Population Activity

 
  Reflecton Questions: Comparing State Population Data
  Reflecton Questions: Comparing State Population Data
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Creating Linear Functions to Model State Population Data

Unit 3: Everything is Relative: Linear Functions
Lesson 2 of 10

Objective: SWBAT write functions that describe the relationship between two variables of interest. SWBAT calculate and interpret average rate of change over specified intervals.

Big Idea: Using online data, students analyze US State population trends and create linear models to represent the data!

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Math, Algebra, linear models, modeling, linear functions, population growth, Common Core, master teacher project, google public data
  90 minutes
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