__Tuesday, October 13, 2015__

__Tuesday, October 13, 2015__

Overarching Essential Questions:

What is function notation and how can it be used and interpreted?

What are functions and how can they be defined?

How can you represent a function and what are key features of each representation?

Unit Vocabulary:

Function, Input, Output, Domain, Range, Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Function Notation,

x-intercept, y-intercept, interval, increase, decrease, maximum, minimum, end behavior

“I Can” Statements:

I can define relation, domain and range.

I can define a function as a relation in which each input (domain) has exactly one output (range).

I can determine if a graph, table, or set of ordered pairs represents a function.

I can convert a table, graph, set of ordered pairs, or description into function notation by identifying the rule used to turn inputs into

outputs and writing the rule.

I can use order of operations to evaluate a function for a given domain (input) value.

1. Warm Up: Discrete vs. Continuous

2. Round Robin (Test Review)

3. Quiz Corrections

4.

Test Wednesday

What is function notation and how can it be used and interpreted?

What are functions and how can they be defined?

How can you represent a function and what are key features of each representation?

Unit Vocabulary:

Function, Input, Output, Domain, Range, Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Function Notation,

x-intercept, y-intercept, interval, increase, decrease, maximum, minimum, end behavior

“I Can” Statements:

I can define relation, domain and range.

I can define a function as a relation in which each input (domain) has exactly one output (range).

I can determine if a graph, table, or set of ordered pairs represents a function.

I can convert a table, graph, set of ordered pairs, or description into function notation by identifying the rule used to turn inputs into

outputs and writing the rule.

I can use order of operations to evaluate a function for a given domain (input) value.

1. Warm Up: Discrete vs. Continuous

2. Round Robin (Test Review)

3. Quiz Corrections

4.

Test Wednesday