Unit 4 Graphing Linear Equations

 Unit 4 Essential Questions Lesson 1 Essential question 1 Lesson 2 Essential Question 2

1 Learning Objectives Unit 4 Coordinates and Scatter Plots Plot points in a coordinate plane Draw a scatterplot and make predictions about real-life situations Graphing Linear Equations Graph a linear equation using a table or list of values Graph horizontal and vertical lines Quick Graphs Using Intercepts Find the x-intercept and y-intercept of the graph of a linear equation Use intercepts to make a quick graph of a linear equation The Slope of a Line Find the slope of a line using two of its points Interpret slope as a rate of change in real-life situations Direct Variation Write linear equations that represent direct variation Use a ratio to write an equation for direct variation Quick Graphs Using Slope-Intercept Form Graph a linear equation in slope-intercept form Graph and interpret equations in slope-intercept form that model real-life situations Solving Linear Equations Using Graphs Solve a linear equation graphically Use a graph to solve real-life problems Functions and Relations Identify when a relation is a function Use function notation to represent real-life situations

## Skills Quizzes : Properties of Real Numbers

Quiz Name Skill Assessed Practice File Passing Grade Notes
Graphing Solve systems of equations by graphing; check the solution See homework assignments for practice problems 3 out of 4
Substitution Solve systems of equations using the substitution method; check the solution. See homework assignments for practice problems 3 out of 4
Linear Combinations Solve systems of equations using linear combinations; this includes adding, subtracting, multiplication, division; check the solution. See homework assignments for practice problems 3 out of 4
Writing Systems of Equations Write a system of equations to model a problem; then solve the system and check the solution. 5 out of 6
Writing Systems of Equations Write a system of equations to model a problem; then solve the system and check the solution.
Sample: The difference of George's age and Madison's age is 9 years. The sum of 6 times George's age and 5 times Madison's age is 153. How old is each?
Practice problem sets (PDF) 3 out of 3 Practice problem set solutions (PDF)
Sample Word Problems For each of these word problems, students should be able to:
• Write a system of equations that models the propblem
• Choose an appropriate method for solving the system - graphing, substitution, linear combinations
• Solve the system (for all variables)
• Check the solution (in all equations) algebraically

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