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Interpret graph on water storage in a reservoir and make conjectures

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Interpret graph on water storage in a reservoir and make conjectures

Students are asked to identify what they think are the key features of a graph representing the water storage in a reservoir. They need to interpret what those key features mean and make appropriate conjectures for how residents should respond.

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#### Families of Functions

Interpreting graphs modelling different aspects of weather in a region

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Interpreting graphs modelling different aspects of weather in a region

Interpret and compare graphs of: temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit), solar radiation (in watts per square meters), and cumulative rainfall (in inches)) measured by sensors in Santa Rosa, CA in February 2012.

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#### Families of Functions

Interpret piece wise graph modelling changes in a bank account

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Interpret piece wise graph modelling changes in a bank account

A situation is given with a graph to model it. Students must interpret how well the graph models the situation and create their own graph to model it more accurately. This activity provides opportunity to discuss continuous vs step functions and how well they model situations.

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#### Families of Functions

Six Flags End-of-year Algebra Trip Packet

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Six Flags End-of-year Algebra Trip Packet

This folder has a cover pages and six extended, scaffolded problems that are designed for an end-of-year trip to Six Flags Great America. It covers linear and quadratic functions and transformations. The problems refer specifically to the rides and experiences that students will have while at the park, while at the same time most of the problems can be finished at home or on the bus. Each problem has a rubric for standard-based scoring of problems. Feel free to download and change at will. Please don't change the originals.

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