ACMNA296 – Graph simple non-linear relations with and without the use of digital technologies and solve simple related equations.
- Dependent Variable
- Independent Variable
About the Lesson
Students solve the original problem with 3 frogs on each side of the pond and record the number of moves. The number of frogs on each side of the pond is then changed and systematically explored to determine a relationship between the number of frogs on each side of the pond and the number of moves required to solve the problem. As an extension the number of frogs on each side of the pond is no longer equal. Students are posed a series of guiding questions to help them understand the algebra.