Graphs of Simple Nonlinear Functions

Time to move on to nonlinear functions. Scholars create input/output tables and use these to graph simple nonlinear functions. They calculate rates of change to distinguish between linear and nonlinear functions.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Have the class create a graphic organizer comparing the shapes of graphs, rates of change, and equations for linear and nonlinear functions
Classroom Considerations

  • Provide graph paper for learners to use in the problem set
  • Pupils need to be able to calculate rate of change using the slope formula

  • Includes reproducible student worksheets for all parts of the lesson
  • Contains input/output tables for class members to fill in

  • None
Common Core