Applying Linear Functions , Lesson 6-3

Applying Linear Functions , Lesson 6-3

Author: Laura Martin

To apply linear functions to real life situations.  To decide if it is reasonable to include negative numbers in the graph.

Students will write a linear function from a situation and model that situation on a graph.

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Applying Linear Functions

Students will write a linear function that models each situation and graph.

Source: Problems taken from Prentiss Hall , Practice 6-3

Linear Equations Word Problems.

Please follow the link to the word problems in IXL Math.