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# Input/Output Scatter Plot Posters Day 1 of 2

Unit 5: Functions

Lesson 17 of 30

Lesson 17 of 30

## Objective: SWBAT evaluate functions for given inputs and determine by the function rule and the graph if the function is linear of nonlinear.

## Big Idea: Get students up and moving to evaluate functions and graph domain and range to determine if a function is linear.

Subject(s):

Math, linear functions, Algebra, graphing linear functions, function rule, nonlinear functions, domain, range, input, output, graphing functions, scatterplot, master teacher

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