Algebra 1 4-3 Complete Lesson: Patterns and Nonlinear Functions

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by Matthew Richardson

| 36 QuestionsNote 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.

Solve It! The table below shows the relationship between the number of steps in the staircase below and the number of blocks needed to build the staircase.

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4

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10

Solve It! How many blocks are required to build 4 steps? Enter only a number.

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1

Solve It! What is the ordered pair associated with 4 steps?

(4, 13)

(4, 10)

(4, 6)

(4, 15)

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1

Solve It! How many blocks are required to build 5 steps? Enter only a number.

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1

Solve It! What is the ordered pair associated with 5 steps?

(4, 15)

(5, 19)

(4, 10)

(5, 15)

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10

Problem 1 Got It? The table shows the fraction A of the original area of a piece of paper that remains after the paper has been cut in half n times. Graph the function represented by the table.

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Problem 1 Got It? Is the function represented by the table and graphed in the previous item linear or nonlinear?

Enter a one-word response.

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Problem 1 Got It? Reasoning: Will the area, A, ever reach zero? Explain.

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Problem 2 Got It? Enter a number to fill the table.

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Problem 2 Got It? Enter a number to fill the table.

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Problem 2 Got It? Represent the relationship using words.

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Problem 2 Got It? Represent the relationship using an equation.

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Problem 2 Got It? Represent the relationship using a graph.

NOTE: Not all points from the table must be on your graph.

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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Problem 3 Got It?

A

B

C

D

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Graph the function represented by the table.

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Is the function you graphed in the item above linear or nonlinear?

Linear

Nonlinear

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This set of ordered pairs represent a function.

What is a rule that represents this function?

y = 2x + 2

y = 2x - 3

y = 3x - 2

y = x - 2

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Which rule could represent the function shown by the table?

A

B

C

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Vocabulary: Does the graph represent a linear function or a nonlinear function?

Linear function

Nonlinear function

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Explain.

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Vocabulary: Does the graph represent a linear function or a nonlinear function?

Linear function

Nonlinear function

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Explain.

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Error Analysis: A classmate says that the function shown by the table can be represented by the rule y = x + 1. Describe and correct your classmate's error. Use ^2 notation for exponents, if necessary.

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Review Lesson 1-2: Evaluate the expression for x = -3.

-76

-24

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-18

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Review Lesson 1-2: Evaluate the expression for x = 0.

Enter only a number.

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Review Lesson 1-2: Evaluate the expression for x = 2.5.

Enter only a number in decimal form.

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Review Lesson 1-2: Evaluate the expression for x = -3.

Enter only a number.

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Review Lesson 1-2: Evaluate the expression for x = 0.

Enter only a number.

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Review Lesson 1-2: Evaluate the expression for x = 2.5.

Enter only a number in decimal form.

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Vocabulary Review: Find the next number in the pattern.

Enter only a number.

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Vocabulary Review: Find the next number in the pattern.

Enter only a number.

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Vocabulary Review: Find the next number in the pattern.

Enter only a number.

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Vocabulary Review: Find the next number in the pattern.

Enter only a number, in this format: 1/9.

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Vocabulary Review: The next shape in the pattern below has __?__ blocks.

Enter only a number to fill in the blank.

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Use Your Vocabulary: Identify the graphs that represent a nonlinear function.

Select all that apply.

A

B

C

D

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Notes: Take a clear picture or screenshot of your Cornell notes for this lesson. Upload it to the canvas. Zoom and pan as needed.

For a refresher on the Cornell note-taking system, click here.

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Reflection: Math Success

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