## Identify a function exhibiting a constant rate of change as a linear function and identify the slope as a unit rate. 0706.3.9

## Links verified on 6/11/2014

- Equations and Graphing - several ways to graph a striaght line
- Equations and Graphs of Straight Lines - explanation of several ways to arrive at an equation or a graph [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Find Slope and y-Intercept - [15 slides] designed as a bellwork assignment, this show gives practice at reading slope and intercept from graphs
- Graphing Linear Equations - introduction followed by an in-depth explanation, examples and two pages of practice questions
- Introduction to Functions - [109 pages] extensive introductions designed for pre calculus
- Introduction to Functions - [14 pages] includes a large number of examples
- Introduction to Functions - [13 pages] includes graphs and examples
- Practice Converting Linear Equations into Slope-Intercept Form - [11 slides] this show provides several opportunities for student practice - Expanded version of this show [25 slides]
- Rate of Change: Connecting Slope to Real Life - a lesson on using slope to find the rate of change accompanied by graphs and explanations
- Rate of Change Practice Problems - nine practice problems (including a graph to interpret) followed by an answer key
- Slope-Intercept Form - [12 slides] this show uses animation very effectively, provides examples and the chance for student response and invludes a great real-world application of slope-intercept
- Slope Intercept Jeopardy - this show is in Jeopardy format; with five categories each with five questions - good for a while class review
- Using the X and Y Intercept to Graph Linear Equations - This follow up to the lesson on slope and rate of change deals with linear equations written in standard form rather than slope intercept form
- Finding the X Intercept and Y Intercept to Graph Standard Form Equations - five practice problems to practice using what was learned in the lesson above, followed by an answer key
- Straight Lines and Slopes - explanation from Regents Prep assessment preparation site
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