Financial Algebra is a math course that focuses on the real-life application of algebra concepts.
This activity give students 6 questions where they are given the Revenue & Expense functions. They must write the Profit function (Revenue - Expense = Profit) and graph all 3 functions so that they can match the provided graphs to the equations. Then they must interpret the graphs to determine the max revenue, max profit, and breakeven points.
Students solve & graph systems of non-linear equations to complete the activity.