### Student Page2.3.2Can You Walk These Graphs? A4US

Use a Calculator-Based Ranger (CBR) connected to a graphing calculator to walk the graphs shown on the student page. For each graph, decide how you will move before you walk. If the graph created by the CBR does not match the graph on the student page, think more carefully about what movement the graph represents. Revise your walk to recreate the graph. What does the $$x$$-axis represent in terms of your movement? What does the $$y$$-axis represent in terms of your movement? How do you know?

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Use a graphing calculator and a CBR walk to create these graphs. How do you need to move to create each graph?

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What does the $$x$$-axis represent? Why do you think so?

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What does the $$y$$-axis represent? Why do you think so?

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Challenge each other by creating other graphs to match. Also try to walk some of the graphs in the Distance Match application in the Easy Data program for the CBR.