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# Linear and Non-Linear Function Distinction

## Understand that linear functions form straight lines and non- linear functions don't form straight lines.

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## Linear and Non-Linear Function Distinction

Distinguish between linear and non-linear functions.
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## Linear and Non-Linear Patterns of Change

Model and solve real-world problems involving patterns of change
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## Patterns and Non-Linear Functions: Representing Patterns and Non-Linear Patterns

by SFDR Algebra I //at grade
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