Graphing

Graphing

Variables

Equations

Analyzing

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100

This is where the independent variable goes.

What is the x-axis?

100

A quantity that changes or varies.

What is a variable?

100

When an equation has one operation.

What is a one step equation.

100

Equation: y=x+3
x=2

What is y=5?

100

Sketch a graph of the amount a person walks in one day.

200

This is where the dependent variables goes.

What is the y-axis?

200

If one variable depends on the other.

What is a dependent variable?

200

When an equation has two operations.

What is a two step equation?

200

Equation: y=22x+4
x=5

What is y=114?

200

As an entire group show us and explain the coordinate graph shuffle.

300

Title, Label the axis, independent and dependent variables, scales, units on variables

What are the parts of a coordinate graph?

300

The variable that keeps on going.

What is the independent variable?

300

The cost is equal to $20 plus $5 an hour.

What is c=20+5h?

300

Equation: y=4x+3
x=5

What is y=23?

300

In your calculator graph the equation b=100-6r
b is the number of points on my bonus card
r is the number of rides I go on
Only show positive values

400

(x,y) for example, (5, -4)

What is a coordinate pair?

400

The association between two variables.

What is a relationship?

400

A public storage company charged $10.50 for the initial fee. Each month they charged $13.50. I have $301.00 for storage.

What is 21 months of storage?

400

Equation: y=4x
y=24

What is x=6?

400

Describe how the words change as Sarah gets older.

500

When there is data in between the points. In other words, when the data is continuous.

Why you connect the points on a graph?

500

Price per shirt

What is the independent variable?

500

The number of students at Field Middle School is 33 multiplied by the number of great teachers.

What is S=33T?

500

Equation: y=3x+5
y=26

What is x=7?

500

Final Question:
A roller blade supply store rents blades for $2.50 per skater. Using increments of 5 skaters, make a table showing the total rental charge for 0 to 50 skaters.

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