The last two math classes we continued to master how to create and use linear equations. 3 BIG ideas from these lessons are:

- Linear Relations are

- In a linear equation, the structure is:

- It makes sense to multiply the ROC by a variable because

Equations are great representations of linear relations because:

- You can

(i.e. in the equation C = 70 + 45h, you can see ROC = 45, SV = 70 very quickly)

- They are

(i.e. tables and especially graphs can take much longer)

- If you know one variable, you can

(i.e. you can find h, when C = 300 by solving: 300 = 70 + 45h)

Monday we will review for our Algebra Summative Test being held on Thursday January 23rd at 8:30 am.

- Linear Relations are

**adding trends**(or subtracting), so they all have rates of change- In a linear equation, the structure is:

**y = (ROC)x + SV**- It makes sense to multiply the ROC by a variable because

**the ROC repeatedly. It also makes sense because we want the ROC to literally****multiplication**is a quick way of adding**change**.Equations are great representations of linear relations because:

- You can

**easily find the ROC and SV**(i.e. in the equation C = 70 + 45h, you can see ROC = 45, SV = 70 very quickly)

- They are

**quick to create**once you have the ROC and SV(i.e. tables and especially graphs can take much longer)

- If you know one variable, you can

**quickly and accurately find the other**by solving(i.e. you can find h, when C = 300 by solving: 300 = 70 + 45h)

Monday we will review for our Algebra Summative Test being held on Thursday January 23rd at 8:30 am.

**that was handed out.**__on the Algebra Review__**Homework for Monday is #1 - 5**