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Unit 8: Linear and Exponential Functions
Lesson 6 of 19

Objective: SWBAT sketch informal graphs that represent different real-world situations. Foundations are laid for students to make sense of how algebraic rules can be used to model these situations.

Big Idea: It's all about the graphs, baby! In this lesson, the task of graphing a real-world situation is presented in three different ways, and each builds toward a deep understanding of how a graph can tell a story.

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Math, Algebra, Graphing (Algebra), modeling, Function Operations and Inverses, Linear and Nonlinear Equations, Graphing, graphing functions, Graphing Stories, representations of functions
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