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This listing is a bundle offering my listings titled Linear and Exponential Functions Lessons 1-10. If you were to purchase all the lessons individually, it would cost $50, bundled together you save $10.

Topics included in this unit are:

Identifying a sequence as arithmetic, geometric or neither.

Discrete and continuous relationships.

Calculating the slope of a line that passes through a set of points.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Identify an exponential and linear function given a graph and decide which has the greatest rate of change.

Given one of the following: a table, story, graph or an explicit/recursive equation, come up with the rest.

Given a geometric sequence in context, come up with the recursive and explicit equations.

Determining which function (linear and exponential) has the greater rate of change given graphs or tables of values. Giving intervals where each function has a greater rate of change.

Given the first and last term of a geometric sequence, determining the rate of change, the explicit and recursive equations and the missing terms.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for the same sequence (given the first and last terms).

Writing the explicit and recursive equations for a geometric and arithmetic sequence.

Given the graph of two functions (linear and exponential) determine which has the greater rate of change over different intervals.

Comparing and contrasting a linear function and an exponential function.

Finding a solution to a system of linear equations graphically.

Writing a linear equation given slope and y-intercept.

Using point-slope form of a linear equation to write an equation for a line given a point and slope (or having to calculate slope given two points).

Given a verbal description of a sequence and a rate of change, come up with the recursive and explicit equations that match the description and a graphical representation.

Given a multi step linear equation, isolating y.

Using the simple interest formula to calculate the value of different variables.

Solving multi-step linear equations.

Completing a table of values given a linear equation and a set of x-values.

Using the simple interest formula.

Using the compound interest formula.

Evaluating multi-variable equations given values for the variables.

Describing discrete and continuous relationships.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for a table of values (given the first and last values). Giving the recursive and explicit functions for each.

Comparing intervals where functions have a greater rate of change given a graph.

Identifying sequences as arithmetic, geometric or neither and writing recursive and explicit equations for each.

Comparing and contrasting a linear and exponential function given the equation.

Solving a multi-step linear equation for the y-variable.

Writing a linear equation given different types of information (two points, a point and slope, a recursive equation, etc)

Calculating different variables in the compound and simple interest formulas.

Topics included in this unit are:

Identifying a sequence as arithmetic, geometric or neither.

Discrete and continuous relationships.

Calculating the slope of a line that passes through a set of points.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Determining which situation has the greatest rate of change.

Finding the recursive and explicit equations for a given table of values.

Graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

Identify an exponential and linear function given a graph and decide which has the greatest rate of change.

Given one of the following: a table, story, graph or an explicit/recursive equation, come up with the rest.

Given a geometric sequence in context, come up with the recursive and explicit equations.

Determining which function (linear and exponential) has the greater rate of change given graphs or tables of values. Giving intervals where each function has a greater rate of change.

Given the first and last term of a geometric sequence, determining the rate of change, the explicit and recursive equations and the missing terms.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for the same sequence (given the first and last terms).

Writing the explicit and recursive equations for a geometric and arithmetic sequence.

Given the graph of two functions (linear and exponential) determine which has the greater rate of change over different intervals.

Comparing and contrasting a linear function and an exponential function.

Finding a solution to a system of linear equations graphically.

Writing a linear equation given slope and y-intercept.

Using point-slope form of a linear equation to write an equation for a line given a point and slope (or having to calculate slope given two points).

Given a verbal description of a sequence and a rate of change, come up with the recursive and explicit equations that match the description and a graphical representation.

Given a multi step linear equation, isolating y.

Using the simple interest formula to calculate the value of different variables.

Solving multi-step linear equations.

Completing a table of values given a linear equation and a set of x-values.

Using the simple interest formula.

Using the compound interest formula.

Evaluating multi-variable equations given values for the variables.

Describing discrete and continuous relationships.

Finding a geometric and arithmetic representation for a table of values (given the first and last values). Giving the recursive and explicit functions for each.

Comparing intervals where functions have a greater rate of change given a graph.

Identifying sequences as arithmetic, geometric or neither and writing recursive and explicit equations for each.

Comparing and contrasting a linear and exponential function given the equation.

Solving a multi-step linear equation for the y-variable.

Writing a linear equation given different types of information (two points, a point and slope, a recursive equation, etc)

Calculating different variables in the compound and simple interest formulas.

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