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Linear Patterns

# Linear Patterns

Unit 3: Relationships between Quantities/Reasoning with Equations

Lesson 1 of 15

Lesson 1 of 15

## Objective: SWBAT solve problems involving equations of the form y = ax + b using tables or graphs.

## Big Idea: Constant-increase and constant-decrease situations lead to linear graphs and are represented by linear equations.

Subject(s):

Math, Algebra, linear equation, Expressions (Algebra), linear functions, linear modeling, slope intercept form

*60 minutes*

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hi mauricio,

it so happens yours the first lesson i came across while browsing betterlesson site.

did you use it with your students and how did it go?

i am middle school science teacher in los angeles area working NGSS science lessons

thanks

-kamesh

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- LESSON 1: Linear Patterns
- LESSON 2: Algebra Match
- LESSON 3: In Linear Relationships
- LESSON 4: Making It Clear
- LESSON 5: Calendar Clever
- LESSON 6: Operation Rational Irrational Numbers
- LESSON 7: Absolutely
- LESSON 8: Discovering Slopes
- LESSON 9: Transforming Formulas
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