Lesson 8 Getting Down to Business Solidify Understanding

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Write the explicit equations for the tables and graphs.

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A graph of a continuous line passing through the points (0, 2) and (6, 0) x222444666y222444666000

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A graph of a continuous curve passing through the points (0, 1) and (1, 4). As the values of x get very small the graph gets very close to 0. x–4–4–4–2–2–2222444y222444666000

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A graph of a continuous line passing through the points (-2, 3), (0, 1) and (4, -3) x–4–4–4–2–2–2222444y–4–4–4–2–2–2222444000

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A graph of a continuous curve passing through the points (1, 1), (2, 2), and (3, 4). As the values of x get very small the graph gets very close to 0. x–4–4–4–2–2–2222444y–4–4–4–2–2–2222444000

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A graph of a continuous line passing through the points (-2, 4), (-1, 0) and (0, -4) x–4–4–4–2–2–2222444y–4–4–4–2–2–2222444000

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The balance in an interest-bearing account is modeled with a continuous function over time. Which of the domain choices is a possibility?

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Real numbers greater than

B.

Whole numbers

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Integers

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Natural numbers

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Select the only equation that can be used to model a continuous exponential function.

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B.

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Select the only equation type that cannot be used to model a continuous linear function.

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B.

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D.

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The domains of arithmetic and geometric sequences are always subsets of which set of numbers?

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Real numbers

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Rational numbers

C.

Integers

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Select the attributes that characterize both arithmetic and geometric sequences. Select all that apply.

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Continuous

B.

Discrete

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Domain:

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Domain:

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Negative -values

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Something constant or consistent

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Recursive rule

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Explain why arithmetic sequences are a subset of linear functions. What makes them different?

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Explain why geometric sequences are a subset of exponential functions. What makes them different?

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The equation has many solutions. Some of them are: , , and . How can this equation be represented to show all possible solutions for the equation? Explain how the representation shows all solutions.

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The equation has many solutions. Some of them are: , , and . How can this equation be represented to show all possible solutions for the equation? Explain how the representation shows all solutions.

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The first and fifth terms of a sequence are given. Fill in the missing numbers if it is an arithmetic sequence. Then fill in the numbers if it is a geometric sequence. Write the explicit rule for each function.

The first row shows an arithmetic sequence. Above this sequence 80 is written between each output. The second row shows a geometric sequence. Below this sequence X3 is written between each output.

Arithmetic:

Geometric:

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Arithmetic

Geometric

Arithmetic:

Geometric:

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Arithmetic

Geometric

Arithmetic:

Geometric:

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Arithmetic

Geometric

Arithmetic:

Geometric: