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The Tin Can Model

Unit 7: Rational Functions
Lesson 16 of 17

Objective: SWBAT create rational equations to model real-world situations. SWBAT draw conclusions from graphs of rational functions.

Big Idea: How much does a tin can cost? A penny saved ... does it matter? Rational functions help answer these questions!

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Math, rational equations, Algebra, modeling, Function Operations and Inverses, Algebra 2, master teacher project, rational function
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