Modeling Proportional Relationships

Unit 5: Rational and Inverse Functions
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Big Idea: A relationship between two quantities can often be described with a mathematical function. Which type of function is most appropriate is dictated by the scenario.

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Math, direct proportion, Algebra, inverse functions, inverse proportionality, function, domain, range, arithmetic with rational expressions, rational function
90 minutes

Colleen Werner

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