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In these high-interest, engaging problems, students analyze functions represented in different ways (tables, equations, and graphs). They compare the rates of change, initial values, and connect each back to the context of the problem. At the end of some of the problems, students are challenged to
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Would you like for your students to practice comparing functions given in different representations? This product consists of matching games in which the players will be looking for two functions which have the (1) same rate of change in the first game and (2) same initial value in the second game.
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These 16 task cards will push students to compare the characteristics of functions. The will compare equations, graphs, tables, and verbal descriptions. Students will justify their answers and this works great as a partner activity. This resource includes : -16 task cards -Answer Key -10 Engaging
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Swag Man or Agent Mustache: who can defeat more bad guys?? Engage eighth graders in solving this contextual problem that is 100% aligned to the common core standard 8.F.2. Students must determine the rate of change (slope) in each function and connect it to the overall context. They will eventua
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This download gives students hands-on practice comparing functions represented in graph, equation, and table form. This is intended to be used as a game for the whole class, in math centers, small group instruction, or cooperative learning groups. Supports 8th grade standard CCSS 8.F.A.2 With five
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Engage eighth graders in solving this contextual problem that is 100% aligned to the common core standard 8.F.2. Students must determine the rate of change (slope) in both a graph and table and connect it to the overall context. They will eventually come to the realization that the problem is not as
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In this high-interest, engaging problem, students must analyze a function represented by an equation and another function represented by a table. They must be able to compare the rates of change, the y-intercepts, and connect each back to the context of the problem. Students discover that even tho
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Comparing Functions Solve and Color – Even middle school students love to color! This is an easy prep way to keep students practicing math while having fun. There are so many ways to use this coloring activity including small group practice, extra practice, an assignment after testing, homework, or
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NEW AND UPDATED FORMAT* After careful study I am reformatting my notes to be easier to understand and be better resources for students. They will also more directly address the Common Core standards, and more specifically the Math Florida Standards (my home state). I have designed this listing to
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These functions task cards are a great way for students to practice with comparing two functions. This activity includes a set of function cards and a set of task cards that you can using comparing functions in slope intercept form. There are four representations of slope intercept form including e
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This problem is a great way to wrap up instruction on comparing functions. Students must analyze a graph, a table, and an equation to determine if Swag Man's Swag-mobile is faster than a speeding bullet! This works great as a unit assessment, independent practice/homework, or as a cooperative lear
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Who can eat more hot dogs: Agent Mustache or the Savage? This particular problem is a great intro for students in comparing functions represented in different ways. Both functions have a y-intercept of 0, so only the rates of change must be compared to analyze these functions and determine who win
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This Halloween math activity for comparing functions is a fun alternative to another boring worksheet. It gets students engaging practice with reviewing comparing two functions that are in the form of equations, tables, graphs, and written expressions. This is a great addition to your math class ju
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Comparing linear vs. nonlinear, slopes, and y-intercepts of functions. Functions are represented by tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions. There are 4 examples, each with a different combination of representations. This PowerPoint can be used as a review, introduction, or lesson. It
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This activity forces students to look at functions in different modes including a graph, equation, and a table. The students then have to compare the functions in their different states and analyze the information presented in all forms.
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Great resource for differentiation. Assesses students understanding of comparing a function's equation, table and graph. Uses 4 levels of assessment to show students true understanding. 1.) Computation 2.) Justification 3.) Application 4.) Creation Answer key is included
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Students create a color key to help them notate which equation, table, graph, list of points, or situation is exponential, linear, quadratic or neither.
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This review activity gets students practice with matching two functions that are represented in two different ways including tables, equations, and graphs. It is great for differentiation, stations or centers, partner work, or homework. This activity is included in our 8th Grade Math End of the Year
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This is an Algebra 1 Common Core Test on Comparing Linear, Quadratic & Exponential Functions. Includes: -Fully editable Word Document of Test -7 Multiple Choice & 6 Short Answer Questions on identifying functions as linear, quadratic or exponential from tables & situations, linear/quadr
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This is a Unit Bundle for the Algebra 1 Common Core Unit: Comparing Functions. This Unit Bundle consists of 7 Days of Lessons, a two-day Review & a Unit Test focused on comparing Linear, Quadratic & Exponential Functions. All lessons include a student worksheet, Smartnotebook file & PD
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This is a two-day Algebra 1 Common Core Review on Comparing Linear, Quadratic & Exponential Functions. Students will fill out a graphic organizer of important information to remember and then complete 15 questions over 2 days in class to review the entire unit. This two-day review lesson Inclu
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This cute worksheet is a Christmas themed problem-solving activity that requires students to analyze linear functions in multiple representations (graph, table, equations, verbal). Students will compare four different toy workshops at the North Pole to give Santa advice on where to order this year's
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This lesson helps students understand Comparing Functions. Procedure: 1. Students will complete the Bellringer. 2. Students will work in groups of 2 on the activity. 3. The Presentation will be used to engage the activity, look for misconceptions and encourage discussion. 4. Students will compl
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This pack includes three worksheets and answer keys to help prepare students for 21st century standardized test questions involving comparing functions. The first worksheet focuses on multiple choice questions. The second focuses on fill in the blank questions, and the third requires students to ord
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