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Proficiency Level
Description of Standard
Examples of how you can show me!
4.0
Infers or applies beyond what was taught.
See me!
3.0
Knows a function can be represented algebraically, graphically, numerically or by verbal description.
Represent a function in a variety of forms.
2.0
Terms to know: standard form of a line, slope-intercept form of a line, point-slope form of a line, direct variation, and indirect variation.
You need to be able to define and give an example of the terms: standard form of a line, slope-intercept form of a line, point-slope form of a line, direct variation, and indirect variation.
1.0
With help...has the 2.0 content.
You can tell me the definitions with my help.
Note Sheet:

Proficiency Level 2

This link will help you understand how to put an equation into standard form.
Standard Form of a Line

This link will give you a refresher on the different parts of a line (slope, etc.) as well as how to put an equation into slope-intercept form of a line.
Slope-Intercept From

This link will help you understand point-slope formula.
Point-slope Formula

Direct variation sounds complicated, but hopefully will be easier to understand after going over this link.
Direct Variation

For this link, just focus on the first part that talks about indirect (inverse) variation.
Indirect Variation