Reflection: Checks for Understanding The Cell Phone Problem, Day 1 - Section 3: The Cell Phone Problem, Group Time


I've included here a sample of some student work.  These are representative of the class, and I've highlighted some things that stood out to me as I reviewed them.  Not only am I looking for what the students know, but I'm also on the lookout for instructive errors.  These are typically unexpected issues that I may need to address in class.

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The Cell Phone Problem, Day 1

Unit 7: Rational Functions
Lesson 1 of 17

Objective: SWBAT use a rational function to model two quantities that are inversely proportional.

Big Idea: Real world modeling of rational functions. Cell phone signal strength, can you hear me now?

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