Self Assessment Checklist

Self Assessment Checklist - of the line. 17. Given the...

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LINEAR RELATIONS: SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST DATE: DATE: CONCEPT Always Sometimes Never Always Sometimes Never 1. I can plot points on a grid or the X - Y plane. 2. I can make a table of values. 3. I can identify the dependent and independent variables. 4. Given any equation, written in the form y = m x + b , I can find the a) Slope b) y-intercept 5. I know the meaning of slope in context. 5. I know the meaning of the y-intercept in context. 7. I can use a rate triangle to find the slope of a line. 8. I know three formulas to use to find the slope. 9. I know what a line looks like with a zero slope. 10. I know what a line looks like with a negative or positive slope. 11. I know what a line looks like with an undefined slope. 12. I know what a point of intersection is. 13. I can explain what a point of intersection means. 14. I can graph any equation, written in any form. 15. Given a table of values, I can graph a line. 16. Given a table of values, I can write the equation
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Unformatted text preview: of the line. 17. Given the slope and y-intercept, I can graph the line. 18. Given the slope and y-intercept, I can write the equation of the line. 19. Given the x-intercept and the y-intercept, I can graph the line. 20. Given the x-intercept and the y-intercept, I can write the equation of the line. 21. Given the slope and any point, I can graph the line and find its equation. 22. Given the graph of a line, I can find its equation. 23. I understand the relationship between parallel lines and their equations 24. I understand the relationship between perpendicular lines and their equations 25. Given any 2 points on a line, I can find its equation. 26. Given a scenario, I can formulate an equation to model it. 27. Given any equation Ax + By + C = 0, I can determine the slope and y intercept....
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course MTH 110 taught by Professor Helenius during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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