Demonstrate an understanding of the relationships between oral and written patterns, graphs and linear relations.
Indicators for this outcome
(a)Represent a relationship found within an oral or written pattern using a linear relation.
(b)Analyze whether an oral or written pattern is linear in nature.
(c)Provide a context for a linear relation.
(d)Identify a pattern from the environment that is linear in nature and write a linear relation to describe the pattern.
(e)Identify assumptions made when writing a linear relation for a pattern.
(f)Create a table of values for a linear relation by evaluating the relation for different variable values.
(g)Create a table of values using a linear relation and graph the table of values (limited to discrete points).
(h)Sketch the graph from a table of values created for a linear relation and describe the patterns found in the graph.
(i)Describe the relationship shown on a graph using everyday language in spoken or written form.
(j)Analyze a graph in order to draw a conclusion or solve a problem.
(k)Match a set of linear relations to a set of graphs and explain the strategies used.
(l)Match a set of graphs to a set of linear relations and justify the selections made.
(m)Describe a situation which could result in a graph similar to one that is shown.