Resources for Unit 3

Learner Outcomes
- find domain and range.
- use the vertical line test.
- use a mapping diagram.
- determine whether a function is a relation.
- model functions using rules, tables, and graphs.
- write a function rule given a table or a real-world situation.
- create and utilize linear models to solve problems.
- interpret the constants and coefficients in the context of the problem.
- write an equation of a direct variation.
- use ratios and proportions with direct variation.
- use a direct variation to describe a real-world situation.
- find rates of change from tables and graphs.
- identify slope and y-intercept from a linear equation.
- write a function rule for a given situation.
- write an equation from a graph.
- use a graph to make a prediction.
- write an equation for real-world situations using standard form.
- recognize the rate of change as = A/B.
- determine if the relationship shown in a table is linear.
- determine if two lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither using slope.
- write the equation of a line that passes through a specific point and is parallel or perpendicular to another line.
- apply the concepts of parallel and perpendicular lines to given polygons graphed in the coordinate plane in order to solve problems.

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