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# Internet Resources

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A large selection of linear word problems, with answers included but not worked out.

A project idea that allows students to create their own word problems relating to their own interests.

PDF worksheet of linear functions with examples and explanations.

Applet that shows linear growth of a cell phone bill. (Be sure to check out the 'Changing Cost Per Minute' applet as well!).

Students are shown how to &quot;plug in values.&quot; Points are plotted on a graph, and students draw a line through the point.

A list of activities relating to linear functions. Teaches pure math concepts, so there are no word problems.

Enter population birth rate, and watch fish population grow. A graph is included on a different tab. Also includes two example experiments.

This applet lets you change both the initial population and growth rate. The user sees how the graph changes as these two particular variables change.

This site shows how quickly things grow exponentially.

This site provides five questions with solutions (not worked out solutions).