# Module 7 lesson 1

MVP Module 7 Lesson 1 MVP NC Math 2

READY? Topic: Recalling Direct Variation Functions Pre. K Mathematics

Pre. K Mathematics

Identify whether the given equation represents a direct variation. If it does, state the constant of variation. If not, explain why. YES/NO Why? k? y – 7 x = 0 -2 x + 5 y = 0 5 x + y = 10 17 y = x Pre. K Mathematics

State whether or not each table represents a direct variation relationship. If it does, write the equation in y = kx form. Pre. K Mathematics

State whether or not each table represents a direct variation relationship. If it does, write the equation in y = kx form. Pre. K Mathematics

Which graph shows a direct variation relationship? Identify the features of a direct variation graph. Pre. K Mathematics

Lesson Essential Question Pre. K Mathematics

Lesson 7: Growing Roots A Develop Understanding Task Pre. K Mathematics

In your previous math work with the Pythagorean Theorem you have learned about square roots as a number. In this task we will consider the square root function. We will begin by examining the context that gave rise to the name of this function, the relationship between the area and side length of a square.

Determine the area and side length of each of the following squares, and label both quantities on the diagram. Illustrate or explain how you found the measure of each quantity.

You may recall the following definition of square root: The square root of a number, N, is the factor, n, such that when a number is multiplied by itself, n x n, the product is N.

The diagram below was created using the following recursive process:

Determine the length of each line segment in this sequence, measured from the origin to the endpoint labeled in the diagram:

Let f(n) be the numerical length of the nth line segment in this sequence. Define f(n) recursively: f(1) = 1, and f(n) = Define f(n) explicitly: f(n) =

Use a compass to draw circles on the diagram, centered at the origin with radii of 1, 2, 3, and 4 units. What is significant about the endpoints in the diagram that lie on these circles? If we were to continue to construct line segments using this recursive patter, how many endpoints would lie between the circle of radius 4 and the circle of radius 5? What observations can you make about the number of endpoints that lie between consecutive circles?

The domain of this discrete sequence is the natural numbers. To graph this sequence, we could use the lengths of the line segments in the diagram to determine the value of the sequence for each natural number, as shown in the graph below.

SET? Topic: Identifying features of the square root function

Explain the reason for selecting 0, 1, 4, 9 and 16 for the x-values?

Circle all of the features that apply to the graph of the square root function. If you identify a feature, write the specific value(s) that describe the feature, if possible.

Circle all of the functions that represent a square root function.

GO! Topic: Graphing quadratic functions with transformations

Describe the transformation on each parabola. Then graph the function.

Describe the transformation on each parabola. Then graph the function.

Describe the transformation on each parabola. Then graph the function.

Describe the transformation on each parabola. Then graph the function.

EXIT TICKET Illustrate and annotate the key features of a square root function graph.

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### Grade 8 Mathematics Module 7, Topic A, Lesson 1

Student Outcomes

• Students know that when the square of a side of a right triangle represented as a2, b2, c2 or  is not a perfect square, they can estimate the side length as between two integers and identify the integer to which the length is closest.

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### Common Core Learning Standards

CCLS State Standard
8.NS.1 Know that numbers that are not rational are called irrational. Understand informally that every

## Module 7 Lesson 1: Implementing foresight in business

The purpose of this lesson is to understand how to create a future-ready organization with the use of business foresight. In this lesson you will understand why foresight activities should become part of organizational culture and you will learn what organisational changes should be introduced to launch an ongoing foresight activity in a company. You will get acquainted with the method called “Framework Foresight”, which enables to carry out foresight projects in any context, including the organisational one.

Who is it for?
It is intended for everyone with basic knowledge on foresight or futures studies. This lesson will help you understand what business foresight can and cannot do for an organisation.

How will you benefit from taking this lesson?
In this lesson you will understand the benefits of business foresight and you will discover possible organizational approaches to introducing foresight into company activities. Through practical exercises you will have the opportunity to evaluate present situation and reflect about the future of a company in a year perspective. On top of that, you will learn a method for classifying information used in foresight for the purpose of developing plans and ultimately stimulating action.

• Developing Objectives and Strategies
• Inductive reasoning
• Reflexive capacity

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