Entry Ticket Rate of Change and Multiple Representations - Section 1: Entry Ticket: Estimating the Rate of Change of Functions

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Rate of Change & Comparing Representations of Quadratic Functions

Unit 7: Interpret and Build Quadratic Functions and Equations
Lesson 3 of 13

Objective: SWBAT calculate the average rate of change for a function over a specified interval SWBAT compare properties of two functions represented in different ways. SWBAT provide examples and evidence to support their ideas/arguments.

Big Idea: Students interpret the rate of change in context for quadratics AND compare and contrast features of functions presented in different ways!

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