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# Write a Function in Slope-Intercept Form

## If y=mx+b and y=f(x) then use f(x)=mx+b to find coordinates on the line

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## Write a Function in Slope-Intercept Form Quiz

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Quiz for Write a Function in Slope-Intercept Form.

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## Write a Function in Slope-Intercept Form Practice

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## Write a Function in Slope-Intercept Form Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Write a Function in Slope-Intercept Form.

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## Write a Function in Slope-Intercept Form Pre and Post Read

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To encourage students to generate questions, activate their prior knowledge, and collect information to answer their own questions using a Question and Answer Table.

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## Finding the Cheapest Cell Phone Plan

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All students will be able to research two different cell phone companies and determine which cell phone plan is the cheapest using systems of linear equations. Students will represent these relationships through equations, tables and graphs.

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## Determining the Equation of a Line Study Guide

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This study guide looks at finding equations for lines (in slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form). It also looks at equations for parallel and perpendicular lines.

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