This lesson is the sixth of nine lessons in the Math 1 Linear Functions Unit.
In this lesson, the students will learn how to:
~write linear equations in function notation that describes the relationship between two quantities,
~evaluate functions for an indicated value,
~solve real world problems using a linear equation,
~interpret the slope and y-intercept of linear functions in terms of their context.
The download for this lesson includes guided notes (with examples and class work problems), an answer key to the guided notes, and a SMART Notebook presentation that corresponds with the guided notes that includes a “Ticket Out the Door”.
Unit 3: Linear Functions
Lesson 1: Function Notation
Lesson 2: Graphs of Functions
Lesson 3: Graphing Horizontal and Vertical Lines
Lesson 4: Slope/Average Rate of Change
Lesson 5: Slope-Intercept Form
Lesson 6: Word Problems in Slope-Intercept Form
Lesson 7: Standard Form
Lesson 8: Point-Slope Form
Lesson 9: Comparing Functions
2 pages of guided notes; 7 slide SMART Notebook presentation