# Draw a Graph Based on the Qualitative Features of a Function

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### When a function is increasing at a constant rate, what does the graph look like?

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### 2. Function F increases at an increasing rate in the third quadrant before it reaches the origin. Then it decreases at a constant rate in the fourth quadrant. Which of the following shows one possible graph of function F?

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Questions on these practices will be in regard to things such as constant rate increase and illustrations of function decrease and increase.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These questions will be more precisely on:

• The look of a graph whose function is increasing constantly
• Examples of functions decreasing at greater rates than others
• How to identify graphs based on their functions

## Skills Practiced

• Lesson comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related function graphing lesson
• Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the identification of graphs decreasing at greater rates and interpret it correctly

See how much more you can learn about this information by watching the affiliated video tutorial by the title of Draw a Graph Based on the Qualitative Features of a Function. Using this lesson will mean learning about concepts like:

• How to graph qualitative features
• What you should know when graphing qualitative features
• Examples of qualitative graphs
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Functional Relationships: CCSS.Math.Content.8.F.B.5
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