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Comparing T-Shirt Companies Day 2 of 2

# Comparing T-Shirt Companies Day 2 of 2

Unit 5: Functions

Lesson 25 of 30

Lesson 25 of 30

## Objective: SWBAT represent linear functions in multiple ways including an algebraic expression, numeric table, and graph then analyze the benefits of each representation.

## Big Idea: Use a real world context, custom t-shrits, to develop multiple representations of the same data and analyze the benefits of each.

Subject(s):

Math, linear functions, Algebra, 8th grade math, linear function rule, linear function tables, linear function graph, function, initial amount, rate of change, master teacher

*50 minutes*

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