Reflection: Unit Exams Compare slopes of functions II - Section 4: Homework

I think that examining student work is one of the most powerful things we can do as educators.  Attached, see the student work sample - insights can be gleaned from both the right and wrong answers.

Unit Exams: Student work sample - assessment 7

Compare slopes of functions II

Unit 4: INTERPRETING AND COMPARING LINEAR FUNCTIONS
Lesson 13 of 20

Big Idea: Logic rules! Students apply everything they know about linear functions to solve problems flexibly. This is a lesson that brings a lot of different standards together, and pushes kids to be flexible and logical in their thinking.

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