# Lesson 2 I Rule! Solidify Understanding

Rewrite each expression as the product of two binomials.

Each expression involves two multiplication problems separated by a

Example:

Factor out

and write the numbers that remain . Rewrite as

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In each set of three functions, one will be linear, one will be exponential, and one will be a quadratic function. Explain the nature of change for the function and find an explicit and recursive equation for each.

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Type of function and nature of change:

Explicit equation:

Recursive equation:

#### b.

Type of function and nature of change:

Explicit equation:

Recursive equation:

#### c.

Type of function and nature of change:

Explicit equation:

Recursive equation:

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Type of function and nature of change:

Explicit equation:

Recursive equation:

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Type of function and nature of change:

Explicit equation:

Recursive equation:

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Type of function and nature of change:

Explicit equation:

Recursive equation:

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Graph the functions from the tables in problems 9 and 10. Add any additional characteristics you notice from the graph. Place the axes so that you can show all

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Equation:

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Equation:

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Equation:

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Equation:

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Equation:

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Equation:

Find the greatest common factor (GCF) for the given values.