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Linear Equations

Most algebra curricula introduce linear equations before linear functions. In Linear Equations, functions are discussed first. Learners conceive and manipulate equations as particular values of a general pattern—functions

Professional Development Goals

  • Understand the rationale behind the rules of symbol manipulation that maintain an equality or corresponding inequality
  • Deepen the distinction between equivalence of function and equality of value
  • Gain facility in moving easily between symbolic and graphic techniques for solving equations and inequalities, whether presented in symbolic or story (text) form

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Proportional Reasoning

Linear Functions

Transformations of Linear Functions

Linear Equations

Systems of Linear Equations

Quadratic Functions

Transformations of Quadratic Functions

Quadratic Equations

Data Analysis

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