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An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic, Standards-based Unit Exploring Linear Functions Nearly half of Algebra is based on linear functions and their relationship to the real-world. Understanding basic functions is the key to comprehending cause and effect relationships as well as more advanced concepts in mathematics.

In this unit, students will be challenged to determine and evaluate decisions as they relate to science and mathematics. Students will collect, interpret, and analyze data with specific emphasis on data that relates to forces and motion. Through the study of forces and motion, the students will learn how math supports the science concepts that build on one another and become more complex. This experience, will prepare the student to understand linear relationships both in his own life, and in the lives of the nested societies in which he resides.