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CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values Problem #1: Read the problem and then work together to answer the questions below: You get a job doing landscaping for the school district this summer, and they are going to pay you $10 an hour. Also, they are going to pay you a $50 bonus for starting immediately. X (hour s) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Y (mone y)

Part A: Complete the function table using the equation you wrote as the rule Part B: Write an equation that will model the relationship between how much money you make and how many hours you work. (Let y=money and x=hours worked). Part C: Label the coordinate grid below appropriately, and then plot the points from your function table. The points should connect to form a straight line.

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CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values

Part D: Use your equation, function table, and graph to answer the following questions: 1. Is the line that you graphed increasing or decreasing?

2. Looking at your function table, describe the way that x (the number of hours) is changing:

3. Describe the way that y (the money you earn) is changing:

4. What is the relationship between the hours you work and the money you make?

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CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values Problem #2: Read the problem and then work together to answer the questions below: You get a job selling newspapers this summer. The newspaper company is going to pay you $150 for your time, and for every newspaper that you sell you earn $2. X Y (new (mone sy) paper s) 50 55 60 65 70 75 Part A: Write an equation that will model the relationship between how much money you make and how many newspapers you sell. (Let y=money and x=newspapers sold). Part B: Complete the function table using the equation you wrote as the rule Part C: Label the coordinate grid below appropriately, and then plot the points from your function table. The points should connect to form a straight line.

Name: Date:

Team: Mathematics

CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values

Part D: Use your equation, function table, and graph to answer the following questions: 1. Is the line that you graphed increasing or decreasing?

2. Looking at your function table, describe the way that x (the number of newspapers sold) is changing:

3. Describe the way that y (the money you earn) is changing:

4. What is the relationship between the newspapers you sell and the money you make?

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Team: Mathematics

CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values Problem #3: Read the problem and then work together to answer the questions below: Our economy has been getting better as time goes on. Every month, the value of a particular stock increases by 5 points. Before the economy began to get better, the stock was valued at 350 points. X (mont hs) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Y (valu e)

Part A: Write an equation that will model the relationship between the value of the stock and how many months have gone by. (Let y=value of the stock and x=months). Part B: Complete the function table using the equation you wrote as the rule Part C: Label the coordinate grid below appropriately, and then plot the points from your function table. The points should connect to form a straight line.

Name: Date:

Team: Mathematics

CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values

Part D: Use your equation, function table, and graph to answer the following questions: 1. Is the line that you graphed increasing or decreasing?

2. Looking at your function table, describe the way that x (months) is changing:

3. Describe the way that y (value of the stock) is changing:

4. What is the relationship between the months going by and the value of the stock?

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Team: Mathematics

CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values Problem #4: Read the problem and then work together to answer the questions below: At the beginning of the summer you have $200 saved. Each week you spend $10, but you arent earning any money because you dont have a job. X (week s) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Y (mone y)

Part A: Write an equation that will model the relationship between how much money you have and how many weeks have gone by. (Let y=money and x=weeks). Part B: Complete the function table using the equation you wrote as the rule Part C: Label the coordinate grid below appropriately, and then plot the points from your function table. The points should connect to form a straight line.

Name: Date:

Team: Mathematics

CW #1- 31 7.A.10- Write an equation to represent a function from a table of values

Part D: Use your equation, function table, and graph to answer the following questions: 1. Is the line that you graphed increasing or decreasing?

2. Looking at your function table, describe the way that x (weeks) is changing:

3. Describe the way that y (money) is changing:

4. What is the relationship between the weeks and the amount of money you have?