AIM: How can we use a table, graph, or equation to determine if a relationship is linear?
Announcement: Midterms are Wednesday and Thursday, January 18 & 19
HW: Finish graph of Alana, Gilberto, and Leanne from Problem 1.2
Do Now: Who walks faster? Explain. d = distance (meters) t = time (seconds)
Roberto's equation: d = 1.3t
Corinne's equation: d = 1.25t
Classwork: Today's lesson focused on the walking rate of three students, Alana, Gilberto, and Leanne. We were given their individual walking rates and from those we constructed a table. The information from the table was then used to represent the situation graphically. We will investigate how to represent their walking rates by using equations.