# Lesson 1 Going to Pieces Develop Understanding

Use the graph to find the indicated function value.

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Isaac lives **piecewise-defined** function that shows Isaac’s distance from home during the time it took him to arrive home.

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How much time passed between school ending and Isaac’s arrival home?

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How long did Isaac stay at Tate’s house?

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How far is the library from Isaac’s house?

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Where was Isaac

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Use function notation to write a mathematical sentence expression that says the same thing as part d.

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When was Isaac walking the fastest? How fast was he walking?

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A parking garage charges

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Write a piecewise function

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What is the meaning of

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Lexie completed an

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Create the graph of the piecewise function

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Use the piecewise function showing the amount of money that will be charged,

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Find

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Explain how each part of this statement fits with the situation.

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How much will it cost for a group of

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How do you know which piece of the piecewise function to use when calculating the price for a given number of people?

Use the given information to write the equation of the line in point-slope form. Graph each line.

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Write the equation of the line, in point-slope form, that contains the given points. Then sketch the graph of each line.

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