This activity gives 6 scenarios of different people eating candy at a movie theater. The students need to match the way the students eat the candy with a graph, a table of values and descriptions (increasing, decreasing, no change).
Students are given a story problem and a graph and are asked to describe what happens at different points in the race. Students are given 5 table of values and a graph and asked to match the table of values with the graph.Students are asked to match the rate of change with the tables of values.Answer Key Included
This activity has the students poll 10 people about their favorite animal: cat, dog, both or neither. Then they make a table of values, a pie chart (and calculate percentages), a bar graph and a venn diagram.
I designed these lessons to teach my students about quadratic sequences (the 6th in a series of 7). This lesson focuses on: determining which graphs and which table of values represent a function, interpreting information from 3 table of values, and given a graph--determining the domain and range in interval notation.
This zombie themed graphing activity will strengthen your students skills in graphing lines in point slope form.Students are given a graph with 12 zombies on it and 12 equations. Students will cut out each equation and graph the line on the zombie graph.
This is the first lesson (in a series of 6) that I created to introduce my students to quadratic functions. This lesson covers: identifying key parts of a quadratic graph (vertex, axis of symmetry, maximum or minimum), graphing a quadratic table of values (identifying symmetry in the table of values), and simplifying square roots (variables and numbers).