# Lesson 6 Be the Change Practice Understanding

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Graph the following linear equations on the grid. The equation

### 2.

The graph of

Prediction:

Prediction:

For each relation given:

Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

Describe the type of growth.

Express the relation in the indicated form.

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The Driver Education course started with

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Is it function? (If not, skip parts b–d.)

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Yes

#### B.

No

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Is the function linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither?

#### A.

linear

#### B.

exponential

#### C.

quadratic

#### D.

neither

#### c.

How does it change?

#### d.

Make a graph. Label your axes and the scale.

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#### a.

Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

#### A.

Yes

#### B.

No

#### b.

Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

#### A.

linear

#### B.

exponential

#### C.

quadratic

#### D.

neither

#### c.

How does it change?

#### d.

Write the explicit equation.

### 5.

#### a.

Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

#### A.

Yes

#### B.

No

#### b.

Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

#### A.

linear

#### B.

exponential

#### C.

quadratic

#### D.

neither

#### c.

How does it change?

#### d.

Create a table.

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Distance traveled in feet based on the speed in mph the baseball leaves the bat.

#### a.

Identify whether or not the relation is a function. (If it’s not a function, skip b–d.)

#### A.

Yes

#### B.

No

#### b.

Determine if the function is linear, exponential, quadratic, or neither.

#### A.

linear

#### B.

exponential

#### C.

quadratic

#### D.

neither

#### c.

How does it change?

#### d.

Predict the distance the baseball flies, if it leaves the bat at a speed of

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I put

in a savings account that pays interest compounded annually. I plan to leave it in the bank for years. What amount will I have then? ___

The area of the triangles.

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