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This activity is aligned with the TEKS 7.4A, which states that the student will represent constant rates of change in mathematical and real‐world problems.
This activity is full of real life, applicable word problems and tables that will relate to the students.

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This quiz covers proportional relationships and constant rate of change or unit rate, including tables and equations.
Part of the TEKS quiz series, available for all 7th and 8th grade math TEKS. Each quiz contains ten questions of varying levels. Please click the preview button to see the quiz in i

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In this quick worksheet (or quiz or homework!) students are given a table and are asked to determine whether or not the relationship shown is proportional or non-proportional, based on whether or not there is a constant rate of change (k).
TEKS 8.5A, 8.5E, and 8.5F

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Constant Rate of Change by Southern Math Mama is correlated to TEKS 7.4A. Students are expected to calculate the constant rate of change pictorially, tabularly, algebraically, graphically, and verbally from real-world situations.

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Students will:
-practice identifying the constant rate of change in tabular, graphical, verbal and algebraic forms
-identify unit rates in tabular, graphical, verbal and algebraic forms
-write equations from in tabular, graphical, and verbal forms
-make graphs from in tabular, verbal and algebra

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Given 2 functions determine which has the greatest rate of change: graph, equation, two points, word problem...

This is a neat way to allow your students to practice or demonstrate mastery of determining the C.R.O.C. that is also self checking. When they have completed the worksheet correctly they will discover a Growth Mindset quote.

Here is a Halloween Themed coloring sheet that allows students to practice finding the constant rate of change. My students really enjoyed this. I hope that your students enjoy this activity as much as my students did. This is a fun way to practice a skill. It can be done with a partner or individua

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Students will work in pairs/partners to identify the constant rate of change and whether the function is proportional.
Each Partner will find the constant rate of change for their table. They will then compare their answers. If they do it correctly they will have the same answer. If the answers ar

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Constant Rate of Change: Students will be given a series of word problems and will have to determine the Algebraic equation, a table, make a graph, and draw a picture.

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A fun way to practice Constant Rate of Change with a cute Winter Penguin theme.
Constant Rate of Change from a table, graph, equation and problem situation. Self checking activity.
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This is a fun formative evaluation. Students receive feedback and are given the opportunity to correct their work. The teacher is not bogged down by attempting to check everyone's papers at once. The activity allows for the students to only have two problems checked at a time. The teacher can then g

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Riddles are a great way to make a boring worksheet fun. However, I found students knew the answer to the riddle and just chose the answers to fill in the letters without doing any of the math. This way, students have to create the riddle before they can answer it.
* Perfect for centers, homework or

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Constant rate of change using tables and graphs
Constant of Proportionality

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This worksheet provides guided practice for constant rate of change as well as for slope. Students were struggling with learning from the text so I felt the need to make it more user friendly. It allows for showing parallel lines when having the same slope as well as showing proportional with a ta

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Rate of Change 8.EE.5 and Spiraling Practice. Find rate of change from a table, graph, or ordered pairs. Common Core spiraling practice problems include practice with these standards: 8.G.7, 8.EE.7, 8.EE.8a, 8.EE.3, 8.EE.4, 8.EE.1, 8.EE.2, 8.F.1.
A Non-Common Core Version is also included. Great fo

Students will be given two functions to compare all represented different ways(table, equation, graph, or verbal description). They will have to compare the rate of change for each function. All functions have a constant rate of change. This is a great way to introduce functions and to practice usin

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This lesson is part of my Quadratic Functions Unit
This lesson includes 2 pages of guided notes and a 2 page assignment.
Students learn about average rate of change in the order below. They will:
- Learn its basic definition (slope between two points on a graph)
- Learn and understand its formu

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The set includes several different activities including:
* A worksheet of word problems over rates of change (such as word per minute)
* A linear graph with a constant rate of change.
* A piecewise graph composed of linear rates of change.
* A polynomial graph with changing rates of chan

Students will investigate how changing the constant rate (the coefficient in front of the x term) changes the graph of the equation.

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Here are a dozen problems, in "circuit" format, involving rates of change, both average and instantaneous. Problems include those using tables of values and functions, and rates of change computed over intervals with constant and with variable endpoints. In some problems, students are asked to take

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Part I is designed to introduce students to the idea of a constant rate of change (i.e. linear function).
In part II students generate the appropriate linear functions for a given graph.
Part III is designed to test student's conceptual understanding of what it means for a function to be linear.

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