# Lesson 1 Getting Ready for a Pool Party Develop Understanding

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Graph each of the functions on the same coordinate grid.

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Describe the similarities and differences in the graphs of these two functions.

### 2.

#### a.

Graph each of the functions on the same coordinate grid.

#### b.

Describe the similarities and differences in the graphs of these two functions.

### 3.

#### a.

Graph each of the functions on the same coordinate grid.

#### b.

Describe the similarities and differences in the graphs of these two functions.

### 4.

#### a.

Graph each of the functions on the same coordinate grid.

#### b.

Describe the similarities and differences in the graphs of these two functions.

### 5.

#### a.

Graph each of the functions on the same coordinate grid.

#### b.

Describe the similarities and differences in the graphs of these two functions.

### 6.

#### a.

Graph each of the functions on the same coordinate grid.

#### b.

Describe the similarities and differences in the graphs of these two functions.

Match each given graph to one of the following contextual descriptions that fits best. Then label the independent and dependent axes with the proper variables.

The amount of money in a savings account where regular deposits and some withdrawals are made.

The temperature of the oven on a day that Mom bakes several batches of cookies.

The amount of gasoline on hand at the gas station before a tanker truck delivers more.

Watermelons are delivered to a farmer’s market every Saturday morning. The number of watermelons available for sale on Thursday.

The amount of mileage recorded on the odometer of a delivery truck over a time period.

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Contextual description:

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Contextual description:

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Contextual description:

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Contextual description:

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Contextual description:

Given the pair of graphs on each coordinate grid, create a list of similarities the two graphs share and a list of differences. (Consider attributes such as, continuous, discrete, increasing, decreasing, linear, exponential, restrictions on domain or range, etc.)

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For each equation find the value of