intermediate algebra learning target evaluation

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1.1 I can describe essential characteristics of linear relationships and can recognize and provide examples of linear and non-linear relationships. 1.2 I can use linear equations and functions to solve problems and model linear relationships.

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Objectives for Unit 1 (Lines, Functions, and Systems)(Textbook Chapters 1 and 2)(?) 1.1 I can describe essential characteristics of linear relationships and can recognize and provide examples of linear and non-linear relationships.(?) 1.2 I can use linear equations and functions to solve problems and model linear relationships.(?) 1.3 I can solve linear equations and write them in different forms.(?) 1.4 I can solve linear inequalities and write them in different forms.(?) 1.5 I can solve linear systems (*using both elimination and substitution methods) and can represent the solution symbolically and graphically. (?) 1.6 I can use a table of values to identify the solution of a system of linear equations or inequalities.(?) 1.7 I can compare two solution methods in terms of their strength

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