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Chapter 5 Section 3 Using tables to graph functions Shweeeeet!

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So, whats the deal? So we have a function, f(x)= 2x-1, and we need to graph it. Just set up a chart Plug in a few points. Plot the coordinate pairs.

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Your turn! So we have a function, f(x)= -4x, and we need to graph it. Just set up a chart Plug in a few points. Plot the coordinate pairs.

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Word Problem Suppose your group recorded a CD. Now you want to copy and sell it. One company charges $250 for making a master CD and designing the art for the cover. There is also a cost of $3 to burn each CD. The total cost P(c) depends on the number of CDs c burned. Use the function rule P(c)=250+3c to make a table of values and graph.

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Assignment Page 249 #s1-12 24-25

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Bellringer Graph the function f(x) = x 2 -1 x y

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Chapter 5 Section 3 …continued Graphing quadratics and absolute value functions!!! YAY

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Graphing curves? So we have a function,,and we need to graph it. Just set up a chart Plug in a few points. Plot the coordinate pairs.

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Graphing curves? So we have a function,,and we need to graph it. Just set up a chart Plug in a few points. Plot the coordinate pairs.

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Assignment Page 250 #s26-37 39-40

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