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# Direct Variation

## Identify and solve y=kx form equations

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## Direct Variation

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This lesson shows you have to determine if a set of data varies directly.

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## Direct Variation: Value of a Painting

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Direct Variation Interactive

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## Direct Variation Practice

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## Direct Variation Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Direct Variation.

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## Direct Variation Pre and Post Read

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To stimulate the critical thinking skills required to assess the validity of statements about the key concept using an Agree/Disagree Table.

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## Direct Variation Ask, Answer, Learn Table

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Set purpose for reading mathematical problems while providing a structure to organize notes, processes, and supporting vocabulary for each concept subsection.

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• Real World Application

## The Cost of College

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All students will be able to figure out how much it costs to attend a four-year university and represent this relationship as a proportional linear equation.

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• Study Guide

## Graphs of Rational Functions Study Guide

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This study guide looks at variations (direct, inverse, joint), graphing rational functions and how to find asymptotes.

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