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# Graphs in the Coordinate Plane

## Graph functions using value tables or slope/intercept

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## Graphs in the Coordinate Plane

Use tables of values and rules to graph functions.
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## Plotting Profits

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## Functions on a Cartesian Plane

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## Graphs in the Coordinate Plane: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of graphs in the coordinate plane.
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## Graphs in the Coordinate Plane: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of graphs in the coordinate plane.
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## Graphs in the Coordinate Plane Quiz

Quiz for Graphs in the Coordinate Plane.
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## Graphs in the Coordinate Plane Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Graphs in the Coordinate Plane.
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## SF Map

Students will use a section of a map of San Francisco, CA and practice plotting points and graphing ordered pairs on a coordinate plane.
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