Students will use the properties of exponents to interpret exponential
expressions in a real-world context.
Students will write an exponential function defined by an expression
in different but equivalent forms to reveal and explain different
properties of the function, and students will determine which form of
the function is the most appropriate for interpretation for a realworld context.
Students will find the zeros of a polynomial function when the
polynomial is in factored form.
Students will create a rough graph of a polynomial function in
factored form by examining the zeros of the function.
Students will use the x-intercepts of a polynomial function and end
behavior to graph the function.
Students will identify the x- and y-intercepts and the slope of the
graph of a linear function.
Students will identify zeros, extreme values, and symmetry of the
graph of a quadratic function.
Students will identify intercepts and end behavior for an exponential
Students will graph a linear function using key features.
Students will graph a quadratic function using key features.
Students will graph an exponential function using key features.
Students will identify and interpret key features of a graph within the
real-world context that the function represents.