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Algebra 1 4-1 Using Graphs to Relate Two Quantities
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by Matthew Richardson
| 22 Questions
Note from the author:
A complete formative lesson with embedded slideshow, mini lecture screencasts, checks for understanding, practice items, mixed review, and reflection. I create these assignments to supplement each lesson of Pearson's Common Core Edition Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry courses. See also mathquest.net and twitter.com/mathquestEDU.
The outlined content above was added from outside of Formative.
1
10 pts
Solve It! The graphs above relate the height of the water to the volume of water in each container. Match each graph with its container.

• Container A
• Container B
• Container C
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2
10 pts
Problem 1 Got It? What are the variables in each graph?
• Graph a
• Graph b
3
10 pts
Problem 1 Got It? Describe how the variables in graph a are related at various points on the graph.
4
10 pts
Problem 1 Got It? Describe how the variables in graph b are related at various points on the graph.
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5
10 pts
Problem 2 Got It?
A
B
C
6
20 pts
Problem 3 Got It? Suppose you start to swing yourself on a playground swing. You move back and forth and swing higher in the air. Then you slowly swing to a stop. Sketch a graph that could represent how your height from the ground might change over time. Label each section.

Be sure to include relevant graph detail: label axes, indicate units on both axes, and use arrows to represent end behavior, as appropriate.
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8
10 pts
What are the variables in the graph? Select all that apply.
Fuel Economy
Car Weight
Car Color
Fuel Used
9
10 pts
Use the graph to describe how the variables are related.
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10
10 pts
Describe the relationship between time and temperature in the table.
The temperature rises slightly in the first 2 h and then falls over the next 4 h.
The temperature rises for 6 h.
The temperature falls lightly in the first 4 h and then rises over the next 2 h.
The temperature falls for 6 h.
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11
5 pts
Which of the labeled segments in the graph is rising slowly?
A
B
C
D
E
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12
5 pts
Which of the labeled segments in the graph is constant?
A
B
C
D
E
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13
5 pts
Which of the labeled segments in the graph is falling quickly?
A
B
C
D
E
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14
10 pts
Reasoning: Describe a real-world relationship that could be represented by the graph.
15
10 pts
Review Lesson 3-8:
Match each set below with the union or intersection it represents.
Sets may be used more than once. Some sets may not be used at all.
• A ⋃ B
• A ∩ B
• B ⋃ C
• A ∩ C
16
30 pts
Review Lesson 1-9: Use a table, an equation, and a graph to represent the relationship.

Donald is 4 years older than Connie.

Complete your work in colors other than black.
17
30 pts
Review Lesson 1-9: Use a table, an equation, and a graph to represent the relationship.

You make 3 cards per hour.

Complete your work in colors other than black.
18
10 pts
Vocabulary Review: Use the graph above. Match each point with its coordinates.
• (-3, 4)
• (-2, -1)
• (0, 0)
• (2, 1)
• (3, -2)
19
5 pts
Use Your Vocabulary: Complete the sentence with the appropriate word from the list.

"Jean needed to __________ the data she gathered in her experiment."
analysis
analyzed
analyze
20
5 pts
Use Your Vocabulary: Complete the sentence with the appropriate word from the list.

"The chemist __________ the data to draw a conclusion."
analyze
analyzed
analysis
21
5 pts
Use Your Vocabulary: Complete the sentence with the appropriate word from the list.

"An __________ of the traffic at an intersection showed the need for a traffic light."
analyzed
analysis
analyze
22
10 pts
Reflection: Math Success