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5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
5 1 Linear Functions
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5 1 Linear Functions

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  • 1. Warm Up Give the coordinates. Use (x,y) format. B F A D C E
  • 2.
    • Warm-Up Answers
    • A (-4, 6)
    • B (3, 4)
    • C (-1, -3)
    • D (6, 0)
    • E (2, -7)
    • F (0, 8)
    B F A D C E
  • 3. Linear Functions & Graphs Holt Algebra I Chapter 5 Lesson 1
  • 4. Vocabulary
    • Function
    • Ordered pair
    • Domain
    • Range
    • Linear Equation
  • 5. Function
    • Group of paired numbers
    • Each number of the first set is paired with only one number of the second.
    • Example: (1,3) (2, 4) (3,3) could not be since the first and third examples have a different first digit, but are paired with the same second digit.
  • 6. Function or not? Example One Example Two 6300 14000 3150 7000 2700 6000 1350 3000 900 2000 450 1000 300 600 350 500 400 400 350 300 300 200
  • 7.
    • Ordered Pairs
    • (x,y) values
    • x-axis (horizontal axis)
    • y-axis (vertical axis)
    • Start from the origin (0,0)
    Left 6, down 3 7 right, up 3 3 right, 2 down Origin
  • 8.
    • Ordered Pairs
    • On an Axis
    • Points on the x-axis have the non-zero number as the x value.
    • (-3,0)
    • Points on the y-axis have the non-zero number as the y value.
    • (0,4)
    0 right, up 4 Left 3, up 0
  • 9. Linear Equations
    • Coordinates’ values that make the equation balance are graphed.
    • If the graphed points make a line, the equation is called a line ar equation.
  • 10. Find the missing y-value. Equation 2x +3y = 9
    • (3, ?)
    • Fill in the value that is known, then solve.
    • 2(3) + 3y = 9
    • 6 +3y = 9
    • -6 -6
    • 3y = 3
    • y = 1
    • (3,1)
    • ( 0, ?)
    • Fill in the value that is
    • known, then solve.
    • 2(0) +3y = 9
    • 0 + 3y = 9
    • 3y = 9
    • y = 3
    • (0,3)
  • 11. 2x +3y = 9 All the coordinates of these points work in the above equation. Is the equation a linear equation?
  • 12. Write an equation
    • What is the domain?
    • What is the range?
    • What would the value of y be if x = 0?
    • Equation: 4x + 8 = y
    • y = 4x + 8
    40 8 36 7 32 6 28 5 24 4 20 3 16 2 12 1 Rental Cost in dollars, y Time in hours, x
  • 13. -Assignment-
    • Page 224
    • #13 – 33 odds

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