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In this group of lessons, students will apply their family’s financial data to 2-variable equations. They will create 2-variable equations to represent real-life situations, using these situations as a springboard to learn the conceptual underpinnings of functions, scatterplots, intercepts, and slope. This group of lessons is designed to take several class periods, and is broken up into several lessons: an introduction to relations, dependent and independent variables, and scatterplots; functions and writing two-variable equations; graphing; and slope and intercepts.
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