# Contents

1. 1.1: Utensils and Paper Preferences
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2. 1.3: Info Gap: Running to the Dentist
3. Lesson 1 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 1 Practice Problems
1. 2.1: Notice and Wonder: Teacher Degrees
2. 2.2: City Cat, Country Cat
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3. Lesson 2 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 2 Practice Problems
1. 3.1: Cake or Pie
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2. 3.3: Associating Your Own Variables
3. Lesson 3 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 3 Practice Problems
1. 4.1: Notice and Wonder: Crowd Noise
2. 4.2: Orange You Glad We’re Boxing Fruit?
3. 4.3: Food Markup
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4. Lesson 4 Summary
5. Lesson 4 Practice Problems
1. 5.1: Selecting the Best Line
2. 5.2: Card Sort: Data Patterns
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3. Lesson 5 Summary
4. Lesson 5 Practice Problems
1. 6.1: Math Talk: Differences in Expectations
2. 6.2: Oranges Return
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3. Lesson 6 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 6 Practice Problems
1. 7.1: Which One Doesn’t Belong: Linear Models
2. 7.2: Card Sort: Scatter Plot Fit
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3. Lesson 7 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 7 Practice Problems
1. 8.1: Putting the Numbers in Context
2. 8.2: Never Know How Far You’ll Go
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3. Lesson 8 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 8 Practice Problems
1. 9.1: Used Car Relationships
2. 9.2: Cause or Effect?
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3. Lesson 9 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 9 Practice Problems
1. 10.1: A Fossil Puzzle
2. 10.2: Playing Dirty
3. Lesson 10 Summary
4. Lesson 10 Practice Problems
1. Lesson 1: Two-way Tables
2. Lesson 2: Relative Frequency Tables
3. Lesson 3: Associations in Categorical Data
4. Lesson 4: Linear Models
5. Lesson 5: Fitting Lines
6. Lesson 6: Residuals
7. Lesson 7: The Correlation Coefficient
8. Lesson 8: Using the Correlation Coefficient
9. Lesson 9: Causal Relationships
10. Lesson 10: Fossils and Flags
1. 1.1: Bagel Shop
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2. 1.3: Talk about a Function
3. Lesson 1 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 1 Practice Problems
1. 2.1: Back to the Post!
2. 2.2: A Handy Notation
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3. Lesson 2 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 2 Practice Problems
1. 3.1: Observing a Drone
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2. 3.3: Boiling Water
3. Lesson 3 Summary
4. Lesson 3 Practice Problems
1. 4.1: Notice and Wonder: Two Functions
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2. 4.3: Rules for Area and Perimeter
3. Lesson 4 Summary
4. Lesson 4 Practice Problems
1. 5.1: Make It True
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2. 5.3: Function Notation and Graphing Technology
3. Lesson 5 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 5 Practice Problems
1. 6.1: Walking Home
2. 6.2: A Toy Rocket and a Drone
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3. Lesson 6 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 6 Practice Problems
1. 7.1: Temperature Drop
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2. 7.3: Populations of Two States
3. Lesson 7 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 7 Practice Problems
1. 8.1: Which One Doesn't Belong: Temperature Over Time
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2. 8.3: Flag Raising (Part 2)
3. 8.4: Two Pools
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4. Lesson 8 Summary
5. Lesson 8 Practice Problems
1. 9.1: Population Growth
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2. 9.3: Audience of TV Shows
3. 9.4: Functions f and g
4. Lesson 9 Summary
5. Lesson 9 Practice Problems
1. 10.1: Number of Barks
2. 10.2: Card Sort: Possible or Impossible?
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3. Lesson 10 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 10 Practice Problems
1. 11.1: Which One Doesn't Belong: Unlabeled Graphs
2. 11.2: Time on the Swing
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3. Lesson 11 Summary
4. Lesson 11 Practice Problems
1. 12.1: Frozen Yogurt
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2. 12.3: Bike Sharing
3. 12.4: Piecing It Together
4. Lesson 12 Summary
5. Glossary
6. Lesson 12 Practice Problems
1. 13.1: How Good Were the Guesses?
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2. 13.3: Oops, Try Again!
3. Lesson 13 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 13 Practice Problems
1. 14.1: Temperature in Toronto
2. 14.2: The Distance Function
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3. 14.4: More Moving Graphs Around
4. Lesson 14 Summary
5. Lesson 14 Practice Problems
1. 15.1: What Does It Say?
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2. 15.3: U.S. Dollars and Mexican Pesos
3. Lesson 15 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 15 Practice Problems
1. 16.1: Shopping for Cookbooks
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2. 16.3: Info Gap: Custom Mugs
3. 16.4: Tables and Seats
4. Lesson 16 Summary
5. Lesson 16 Practice Problems
1. 17.1: Water in a Tank
2. 17.2: Another Look at the Tank
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3. Lesson 17 Summary
4. Lesson 17 Practice Problems
1. 18.1: Devices
2. 18.2: Charging a Phone
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3. Lesson 18 Practice Problems
1. Lesson 1: Describing and Graphing Situations
2. Lesson 2: Function Notation
3. Lesson 3: Interpreting & Using Function Notation
4. Lesson 4: Using Function Notation to Describe Rules (Part 1)
5. Lesson 5: Using Function Notation to Describe Rules (Part 2)
6. Lesson 6: Features of Graphs
7. Lesson 7: Using Graphs to Find Average Rate of Change
8. Lesson 8: Interpreting and Creating Graphs
9. Lesson 9: Comparing Graphs
10. Lesson 10: Domain and Range (Part 1)
11. Lesson 11: Domain and Range (Part 2)
12. Lesson 12: Piecewise Functions
13. Lesson 13: Absolute Value Functions (Part 1)
14. Lesson 14: Absolute Value Functions (Part 2)
15. Lesson 15: Inverse Functions
16. Lesson 16: Finding and Interpreting Inverse Functions
17. Lesson 17: Writing Inverse Functions to Solve Problems
1. 1.1: Splitting Bacteria
2. 1.2: A Genie in a Bottle
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3. Lesson 1 Summary
4. Lesson 1 Practice Problems
1. 2.1: Which One Doesn’t Belong: Tables of Values
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2. 2.3: Flow and Followers
3. Lesson 2 Summary
4. Lesson 2 Practice Problems
1. 3.1: Math Talk: Exponent Rules
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2. 3.3: Multiplying Microbes
3. 3.4: Graphing the Microbes
4. Lesson 3 Summary
5. Glossary
6. Lesson 3 Practice Problems
1. 4.1: Notice and Wonder: Two Tables
2. 4.2: What's Left?
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3. Lesson 4 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 4 Practice Problems
1. 5.1: Two Other Tables
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2. 5.3: Insulin in the Body
3. Lesson 5 Summary
4. Lesson 5 Practice Problems
1. 6.1: Fractions and Decimals
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2. 6.3: Card Sort: Matching Descriptions to Graphs
3. Lesson 6 Summary
4. Lesson 6 Practice Problems
1. 7.1: Exponent Rules
2. 7.2: Coral in the Sea
3. 7.3: Windows of Graphs
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4. Lesson 7 Summary
5. Lesson 7 Practice Problems
1. 8.1: Rainfall in Las Vegas
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2. 8.3: Functionally Speaking
3. 8.4: Deciding on Graphing Window
4. Lesson 8 Summary
5. Glossary
6. Lesson 8 Practice Problems
1. 9.1: Equivalent or Not?
2. 9.2: Cost of Solar Cells
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3. 9.4: Info Gap: Smartphone Sales
4. Lesson 9 Summary
5. Lesson 9 Practice Problems
1. 10.1: Falling Prices
2. 10.2: Coffee Shops
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3. Lesson 10 Summary
4. Lesson 10 Practice Problems
2. 11.2: Beholding Bounces
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3. 11.4: Beholding More Bounces
4. Lesson 11 Summary
5. Lesson 11 Practice Problems
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2. 12.3: Graphs Representing Exponential Decay
3. Lesson 12 Summary
4. Lesson 12 Practice Problems
1. 13.1: Which One Doesn’t Belong: Four Functions
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2. 13.3: Moldy Wall
3. Lesson 13 Summary
4. Lesson 13 Practice Problems
1. 14.1: Wheels
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2. 14.3: Expressing Percent Increase and Decrease
3. Lesson 14 Summary
4. Lesson 14 Practice Problems
1. 15.1: Dandy Discounts
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2. 15.3: Comparing Loans
3. 15.4: Comparing Average Rates of Change
4. Lesson 15 Summary
5. Lesson 15 Practice Problems
1. 16.1: Five Years Later
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2. 16.3: Earning Interest
3. Lesson 16 Summary
4. Lesson 16 Practice Problems
1. 17.1: Returns Over Three Years
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2. 17.4: Changes Over the Years
3. Lesson 17 Summary
4. Lesson 17 Practice Problems
1. 18.1: Math Talk: Equal Expressions
2. 18.2: Population Projections
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3. Lesson 18 Summary
4. Glossary
5. Lesson 18 Practice Problems
1. 19.1: Graph of Which Function?
2. 19.2: Simple and Compound Interests
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3. Lesson 19 Summary
4. Lesson 19 Practice Problems
1. 20.1: Writing Equivalent Expressions
2. 20.2: Outputs of A Linear Function
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3. Lesson 20 Summary
4. Lesson 20 Practice Problems
1. 21.1: Notice and Wonder: Changing Populations
2. 21.2: Population Predictions 1
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3. Lesson 21 Practice Problems
1. Lesson 1: Growing and Growing
2. Lesson 2: Patterns of Growth
3. Lesson 3: Representing Exponential Growth
4. Lesson 4: Understanding Decay
5. Lesson 5: Representing Exponential Decay
6. Lesson 6: Analyzing Graphs
7. Lesson 7: Using Negative Exponents
8. Lesson 8: Exponential Situations as Functions
9. Lesson 9: Interpreting Exponential Functions
10. Lesson 10: Looking at Rates of Change
11. Lesson 11: Modeling Exponential Behavior
12. Lesson 12: Reasoning about Exponential Graphs (Part 1)
13. Lesson 13: Reasoning about Exponential Graphs (Part 2)
14. Lesson 14: Recalling Percent Change
15. Lesson 15: Functions Involving Percent Change
16. Lesson 16: Compounding Interest
17. Lesson 17: Different Compounding Intervals
18. Lesson 18: Expressed in Different Ways
19. Lesson 19: Which One Changes Faster?
20. Lesson 20: Changes over Equal Intervals
21. Lesson 21: Predicting Populations
1. Glossary