Intersections II

This Intersections II assessment also includes:

How many intersections can two absolute value functions have? Young scholars consider the question and then develop a set of rules that describe the number of solutions a given system will have. Using the parent function and the standard form of the function, their patterns give a range of values of the a, b, and c values that result in each type of solution.

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CCSS: Adaptable
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Instructional Ideas
  • Begin with a review of transformations of absolute value functions
  • Incorporate during a lesson on nonlinear systems of equations
Classroom Considerations
  • Learners must already be familiar with the graph of the absolute value function
Pros
  • Answer key offers various solution methods
  • Provides the documents in an editable format
Cons
  • None
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