Graphing Radical Functions Day 1 - Section 3: Making Progress in Groups

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Graphing Radical Functions Day 1

Unit 8: Radical Functions - It's a sideways Parabola!
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to graph simple radical functions by hand and solve for specified values both graphically and analytically.

Big Idea: Systems of rational and linear equations may be solved graphically by observing the point where the graphs intersect.

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