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6 - analyzing graphs

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6 - analyzing graphs

  1. 1. Analyzing Graphs
  2. 2. COMMON CORE & ESSENTIAL ?Common Core• 6.EE.9: Use variables torepresent two quantities in a real-world problem that change inrelationship to one another; writean equation to express onequantity, thought of as thedependent variable, in terms ofthe other quantity, thought of asthe independent variable.Analyze the relationship betweenthe dependent and independentvariables using graphs and tables,and relate these to the equation.Essential Question• How can you analyze afunction from a graph?
  3. 3. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION• VOCABULARY– Linear Function: function that can be written asy = mx + b; or a straight line. For every 1 input; 1output
  4. 4. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION
  5. 5. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION
  6. 6. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION
  7. 7. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION
  8. 8. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION
  9. 9. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION
  10. 10. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTION
  11. 11. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTIONInput, x 0 5 10 15Output, y -5 0 5 10
  12. 12. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTIONInput, x 2 4 6 8Output, y 4 16 36 64
  13. 13. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTIONInput, x 9 10 11 12Output, y 4 3 2 14
  14. 14. LINEAR OR NON LINEAR FUNCTIONInput, x 4 8 12 16Output, y 7 7 7 7
  15. 15. HOMEWORK• GREEN WORKBOOK– 9.5: Analyzing Graphs• pp 210

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