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Polynomial and Rational Functions: Unit Assessment

# Polynomial and Rational Functions: Unit Assessment

Unit 2: Polynomial and Rational Functions

Lesson 12 of 12

Lesson 12 of 12

## Objective: SWBAT demonstrate knowledge of polynomial and rational functions.

Standards:

Subject(s):

Math, Precalculus and Calculus, polynomial functions, nonlinear inequalities, asymptotes, rational function

*55 minutes*

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#### Unit Assessment

*55 min*

In this document are a few sample problems that you could use for the unit assessment on polynomial and rational functions. Like the first assessment, I want to have a balance of procedural and conceptual questions. I also think it is really important for students to explain their thinking - writing about math is such an important skill. Many students will go into fields where they have to write clearly and concisely about complicated topics, so this is good practice for them.

In the video below I talk about question #7 and why I want them to use the graph to solve the inequality x^2 - x - 6 < 0. There are important implications to calculus and the it is good to start thinking about those types of topics.

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- UNIT 2: Polynomial and Rational Functions
- UNIT 3: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- UNIT 4: Trigonometric Functions
- UNIT 5: Trigonometric Relationships
- UNIT 6: Additional Trigonometry Topics
- UNIT 7: Midterm Review and Exam
- UNIT 8: Matrices and Systems
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- LESSON 1: Quadratic Function Jigsaw
- LESSON 2: Sketching Graphs of Polynomial Functions
- LESSON 3: Roots of Polynomial Functions - Day 1 of 2
- LESSON 4: Roots of Polynomial Functions - Day 2 of 2
- LESSON 5: Polynomial Function Workshop
- LESSON 6: Ultramarathon Pacing and Rational Functions
- LESSON 7: Homecoming and the Five Pound Gummy Bear
- LESSON 8: Graphing Rational Functions
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