Bathtub Water Levels
Students interpret a negative slope as a rate of change and a y-intercept, other than (0, 0), in the context of amount of water in a bathtub.
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Module 4: Linear and Exponential Functions
Sequences and series are traditionally thought of as topics for the pre-calculus or calculus class, when learners are figuring out how to develop limits. But this unit uses patterns and slopes of linear functions in unique ways to bring...
8th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
Linear and Exponential Functions
Provide a continuous progression to linear and exponential functions. Pupils continue to work with the discrete functions known as sequences to the broader linear and exponential functions. The second unit in a series of nine provides...
9th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed