Chapter 4 Student Learning Objectives SLO 4.1: I can come up with a rule for x and y from a table or a graph by identifying the rate of change and initial value. SLO 4.2: Given a linear function represented by a table, a rule, a pattern or a graph, I can determine the connections of rate of change (growth) and initial value. SLO 4.3: Given a rule, I can determine whether an ordered pair is or is not a solution. SLO 4.4: I can graph a line using the form y=mx+b, using a growth triangle to show m, and the intersection of the y-axis to show b. SLO 4.5: I can solve linear equations with rational number coefficients, including equations that require using the distributive property and collecting like terms. On this page, you will find additional support and information relating to this chapter in Math 8. Here are extra practice problems by section, including examples: Ch 4: Multiple Representations
Chapter 4 Test topics will include: 1. Diamond Problems (see ch 1 and 2) 2. Equations (including distribution) 3. Situation to a rule, tile pattern to a rule, understanding the context of x and y with a rule. 4. Tile pattern --> table --> rule --> graph 5. Is a certain point on the line? 6. Making a table and a graph from a rule.