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In this multivariable function instructional activity, students find the limits of a function, identify the domain, and explore continuous functions. This two page instructional activity contains explanations, definitions, and examples. There are approximately four multi-step problems in this instructional activity.
Here's a real-world lesson using a business simulation. Two business accounts are used to find slope and intercept functions. The class graphs and interprets the information to find a break even point. There are plenty of worksheets and assessments included in this lesson.
In this recognizing idioms worksheet, students match beginning and ending phrases and sentences by drawing lines to connect each word or words in the left column to words in the right columns. Students create twenty-two idioms. In addition, students may choose from three functional activity ideas.
Design an experiment to model a leaky faucet and determine the amount of water wasted due to the leak. Middle schoolers graph and write an equation for a line of best fit. They use their derived equation to make predictions about the amount of water that whould be wasted from one leak over a long period of time or the amount wasted by serveral leaks during a specific time period.
In this math worksheet, students give examples of functions that will satisfy given conditions. Students tell the tabulations for a given function. Students use the definition of a derivative to compute the inverse of a function. they state the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and describe its usefulness. Students give an example of a function that can not be integrable.
Investigate non-linear functions based upon the characteristics of the function or the representation of the function. The functions are displayed in multiple formats including as graphs, symbols, words, and tables. Learners use written reflection scored on a rubric to assess understanding.