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 Algebra I Module 3: Linear and Exponential Functions In earlier grades, students define, evaluate, and compare functions and use them to model relationships between quantities. In this module,...

 Algebra I Module 5: A Synthesis of Modeling with Equations and Functions In Module 5, students synthesize what they have learned during the year about functions to select the correct function type in...

 In Topic A, students explore arithmetic and geometric sequences as an introduction to the formal notation of functions (FIF.A.1, FIF.A.2). They interpret arithmetic sequences as linear functions...

 Topic A focuses on the skills inherent in the modeling process: representing graphs, data sets, or verbal descriptions using explicit expressions (FBF.A.1a) when presented in graphic form in Lesson...

 Tables, graphs, and equations all represent models. We use terms such as “symbolic” or “analytic” to refer specifically to the equation form of a function model; “descriptive model” refers to a...

 Student Outcomes Students recognize when a table of values represents an arithmetic or geometric sequence. Patterns are present in tables of values. They choose and define the parameter values for...

 Student Outcomes Students write equations to model data from tables, which can be represented with linear, quadratic, or exponential functions, including several from Lessons 4 and 5. They recognize...

 Student Outcomes Students use linear, quadratic, and exponential functions to model data from tables, and choose the regression most appropriate to a given context. They use the correlation...

 Student Outcomes Students model functions described verbally in a given context using graphs, tables, or algebraic representations.

 Student Outcomes Students interpret the function and its graph and use them to answer questions related to the model, including calculating the rate of change over an interval, and always using an...

 Student Outcomes From a graphic representation, students recognize the function type, interpret key features of the graph, and create an equation or table to use as a model of the context for...

 Student Outcomes Students recognize linear, quadratic, and exponential functions when presented as a data set or sequence, and formulate a model based on the data.

 Student Outcomes Students make sense of a contextual situation that can be modeled with linear, quadratic, and exponential functions when presented as a word problem. They analyze a verbal...

 Student Outcomes Students create a twovariable equation that models the graph from a context. Function types include linear, quadratic, exponential, square root, cube root, and absolute value. ...

 Student Outcomes Students apply knowledge of exponential functions and transformations of functions to a contextual situation.

 Student Outcomes Students create models and understand the differences between linear and exponential models that are represented in different ways.

 Student Outcomes Students apply knowledge of exponential functions and transformations of functions to a contextual situation.

 Student Outcomes Students compare linear and exponential models by focusing on how the models change over intervals of equal length. Students observe from tables that a function that grows...

 Student Outcomes Students learn the structure of arithmetic and geometric sequences.

 Student Outcomes Students compare the rate of change for simple and compound interest and recognize situations in which a quantity grows by a constant percent rate per unit interval.

 Student Outcomes Students are able to model with and solve problems involving exponential formulas.

 Student Outcomes Students compare linear and exponential models of population growth.

 Student Outcomes Students describe and analyze exponential decay models; they recognize that in a formula that models exponential decay, the growth factor b is less than 1; or, equivalently, when b ...

 Student Outcomes Students examine sequences and are introduced to the notation used to describe them.