# Lessons 1–3 Self Assessment 1

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. | I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. | I don’t understand this yet. | |
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I can determine if a situation should be modeled as discrete or continuous. | |||

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I can explain the difference between discrete arithmetic or geometric sequences and continuous linear or exponential models. | |||

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I can connect the nature of growth found in both linear and exponential functions to multiple representations, including a graph, recursive and explicit function rules, tables of values, visual patterns, and story context. | |||

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# Lessons 4–7 Self Assessment 2

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. | I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. | I don’t understand this yet. | |
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I can interpret the meaning of a number raised to a negative power. | |||

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I can use the properties of exponents with integer exponents. | |||

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I can make and interpret mathematical models to make business decisions. | |||

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I can determine which type of function grows faster and make arguments about why. | |||

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I can understand and find the average rate of change of a function in an interval. | |||

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# Lessons 8–9 Self Assessment 3

For each statement, rate your understanding according to the continuum, and then provide evidence for your rating.

I understand and can do it accurately. | I understand most of the time, but I’m still working on it. | I don’t understand this yet. | |
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I can decide when a linear or exponential model is appropriate and attend to their different attributes in different representations. Know when to make a discrete or a continuous representation and what this means. | |||

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I can distinguish between linear and exponential mathematical models and connect multiple representations to a given representation. (i.e. given equation, create table, graph, possible context) | |||

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I can create linear and exponential functions using multiple forms and when given various information. Find an explicit linear equation when given a point and a slope or two points. Find an explicit exponential equation when given a point and constant ratio or two points. | |||

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## Next steps

My plan for mastering this content is…