Learning Target:
Students solve absolute value equations and know the three different situations that could happen.
Essential Question(s):
What steps need to be taken when solving an absolute value equation?
When is there no solution?
Students solve absolute value equations and know the three different situations that could happen.
Essential Question(s):
What steps need to be taken when solving an absolute value equation?
When is there no solution?

Assignment:
(on loose leaf paper, title the assignment as "Solving Absolute Value Equations")
Last slide #'s 112
Show all work and how you branch each absolute value into two separate equations, solve and check each!
(on loose leaf paper, title the assignment as "Solving Absolute Value Equations")
Last slide #'s 112
Show all work and how you branch each absolute value into two separate equations, solve and check each!
What to know for your quiz tomorrow:
Can you identify the Domain and Range from a Discrete set of points?
Can you create a mapping diagram to illustrate a set of ordered pairs?
Can you use function notation and find f(2)? f(2)?
Can you graph a piecewise function?
Can you write an equation in ALL forms of lines?
Can you identify x and y intercepts as ordered pairs?
Can you identify when something "is a function" or "is not a function"?
Can you identify the Domain and Range from a Discrete set of points?
Can you create a mapping diagram to illustrate a set of ordered pairs?
Can you use function notation and find f(2)? f(2)?
Can you graph a piecewise function?
Can you write an equation in ALL forms of lines?
Can you identify x and y intercepts as ordered pairs?
Can you identify when something "is a function" or "is not a function"?