Three Views of a Function (teacher support)
The problems in this unit introduce students to the three views of a function: a rule, a table, and a graph. At the heart of the unit is the Commission Problem, which uses linear models for income growth to teach the basics of plotting points and graphing linear functions. After completing the problems in this unit, students will be able to draw explicit connections between function rules, tables, and graphs, and they will develop the foundational skills needed to interpret and graph complex functions like those that they will see in future units and on an HSE test.
Read the full Unit 2 document.