This Function Project assessment also includes:
What if a coordinate plane becomes a slope-intercept plane? What does the graph of a linear function look like? Learners explore these questions by graphing the y-intercept of a linear equation as a function of its slope. The result is a single point as individuals discover the relationships between special types of linear equations.
- Create a graphic organizer to record the key features of linear functions with definitions and examples
- Provide graph paper with the axes labeled with y-intercept and slope to correspond to the activity
- Builds upon a solid understanding of graphing linear functions on a coordinate plane
- References additional tasks with similar content applications
- Emphasizes mathematical vocabulary throughout the activity