RF1: Classify relationships as direct variations, linear but not direct variations, or non-linear relationships.

RF2: Describe and identify relationships that are increasing or decreasing.

Reflective Question for RF2: How can you tell if a relationship is increasing or decreasing from a description in words, from an equation, from a graph and from a table?

RF3: Represent, identify and match relationships with words, tables, graphs and equations.

RF4: Classify and graph continuous and discrete functions.

Reflective Question for RF4: How do you determine whether a graph is continuous or discrete from a graph, from a a given domain and from a situation in words?

RF5: Identify the domain and range of linear functions.

RF6: Calculate and define the slope of a line. Relate the constant rate of change to the slope of a line. Use the slope formula.

RF7: Graph linear relationships using slope-intercept form and point-slope form. Understand how changing the slope will affect the graph of the line.

RF8: Identify and graph parallel and perpendicular lines. Write equations for parallel and perpendicular lines.

Reflective Question for RF8: Using slope how can you prove a polygon is a parallelogram and a triangle is a right triangle?

RF9: Find x-and y-intercepts and interpret their meanings in real-world situations. Use x-and y-intercepts to graph lines.

RF10: Graph relationships in standard and function form.

RF11: Understand how a change of scale can affect the appearance of the graph.

RF12: Identify parent functions and transformations of linear, quadratic, and absolute-value graphs.

RF2: Describe and identify relationships that are increasing or decreasing.

Reflective Question for RF2: How can you tell if a relationship is increasing or decreasing from a description in words, from an equation, from a graph and from a table?

RF3: Represent, identify and match relationships with words, tables, graphs and equations.

RF4: Classify and graph continuous and discrete functions.

Reflective Question for RF4: How do you determine whether a graph is continuous or discrete from a graph, from a a given domain and from a situation in words?

RF5: Identify the domain and range of linear functions.

RF6: Calculate and define the slope of a line. Relate the constant rate of change to the slope of a line. Use the slope formula.

RF7: Graph linear relationships using slope-intercept form and point-slope form. Understand how changing the slope will affect the graph of the line.

RF8: Identify and graph parallel and perpendicular lines. Write equations for parallel and perpendicular lines.

Reflective Question for RF8: Using slope how can you prove a polygon is a parallelogram and a triangle is a right triangle?

RF9: Find x-and y-intercepts and interpret their meanings in real-world situations. Use x-and y-intercepts to graph lines.

RF10: Graph relationships in standard and function form.

RF11: Understand how a change of scale can affect the appearance of the graph.

RF12: Identify parent functions and transformations of linear, quadratic, and absolute-value graphs.