Does the Table Show a Direct Variation?
In the following activity, you are going to interact with an applet that has a table of values between two quantities. Follow the instructions below to guide you in the activity.
Draw Graphs from Equations.
In the following activity, you are going to construct a table of values from a linear equation, and then use the values to draw a graph. Follow the instructions below to guide you. If you need help at any point, pause and watch the short video clip below.
Match Equations with Tables.
In the following final activity in this unit, you are going to match an equation with a table. Each equation below represents the same relationship with only one table.
In the previous exercise, you matched equations and tables.
(1.) Select one of the first 3 rows of the table and explain what those values mean in this situation.
(2.) Use your equation to find the values that complete the last 2 rows of the table. Explain your reasoning.
The graph shows the time in hours it takes Riley to print T-shirts for her school’s math club.
(6.) Graph the points and make a line that passes through all six points.