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Relating Graphs to Events

1. 1. Relating Graphs to Events ALGEBRA 1 LESSON 5-1 <ul><li>Use the graph at the right. </li></ul><ul><li>Name the point with the given coordinates. </li></ul><ul><li>(4, -2) 2. (4,3) </li></ul><ul><li>3. (2, -4) 4. (-2, 1) </li></ul><ul><li>Name the coordinates of each given point. </li></ul><ul><li>5. B 6. F 7. G </li></ul>
2. 2. Relating Graphs to Events ALGEBRA 1 LESSON 5-1 1. (4, –2) is point C 2. (4, 3) is point D 3. (2, –4) is point E 4. (–2, 1) is point A 5. B coordinates: (0, 0) 6. F coordinates: (–4, –2)‏ 7. G coordinates: (–3, 3)‏ Solutions
3. 3. Relating Graphs to Events Describe what this graph shows by labeling each part. ALGEBRA 1 LESSON 5-1
4. 5. Relating Graphs to Events Sketch a graph of the altitude of a pelican, from take off from shore to diving to the water to catch a fish. Label each section. ALGEBRA 1 LESSON 5-1
5. 7. Relating Graphs to Events Suppose you drink the remaining soda from a can in 10 seconds at a steady rate. Describe the graph of the change in height of the liquid over time. The graph would be a straight line from the original height at time 0 to zero height after 10 seconds. Time Height
6. 8. Relating Graphs to Events ALGEBRA 1 LESSON 5-1 Use the graph for questions 1–4.  A person’s height is not zero when born. A straight line represents a constant rate of growth and people do not grow that way. The person has stayed the same height over a long period of time. a jagged curve 4. Would a horizontal line, a straight slanted line, a curve, or a jagged curve best represent the calories you burn during the day? 1. Why does this graph not start at zero? 2. Why is the graph not a straight slanted line? 3. What does the flat part at the top of the graph represent?