3. Student Learning Map

• Topic:#5 Rational Expressions, Functions, and Equations
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• Days:20
Key Learning:

Rational expressions can be used to model real-world situations.

Rational equations can be solved using various techniques.

Unit Essential Question(s):
 How are rational expressions simplified, and how are radical equations solved?
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Inverse Variation

Concept: Graphing Rational Functions
Concept: Simplifying Rational Expressions
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What does it mean to "vary inversely?"  (A)
How do you graph inverse variations?  (A)
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What process is used in graphing rational functions? (A)
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How do you simplify a rational expression?  (A)
How do you add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational expressions?  (A)
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Concept: Solving Rational Equations
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What process is used to solve a rational equation?  (A)
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Vocabulary Report

• inverse variation -
• asymptotes -
• rational expression -
• common denominator -
• inversely proportional -
• origin symmetry -
• complex fraction -
• extraneous solution -
• domain restrictions -