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Function Rules By: Christine Berg Edited By: V T Hamilton Edited By: V T Hamilton
Function The relationship between the input and output values
Function Each input value has EXACTLY one output value
Function Function Notation: f(n) = n + 5 OutputInput
Function Function Notation: f(n) = n + 5 Rule for Function
Function Example: You are driving a car 50 miles per hour (mph)
Function Example: D = r t d = 50t d=distance R= rate t=time
Function Set up a table using the previous function rule: d = 50 t Time(Input)12345 Distance(Output)
Function Find the Rule ~ Remember to define the variable. Look at next slide to see if you are correct Hours Worked Salary 1$6.50 2$ $ $ $32.50
Answer Define the variable s = salary h = hours Function Rule s = 6.50 h s = 6.50 h
Function Weeks Plant Height Find the Rule ~ then look at next slide to see if you are correct
Answer Define the variable h = height w = number of weeks Function Rule h = 2 w + 1
Describe a function in your own words. Describe a function in your own words.
Holt CA Course Functions Warm Up Warm Up California Standards California Standards Lesson Presentation Lesson PresentationPreview.
Addition and Subtraction Equations Created by Christine Berg Edited by V Hamilton.
Practice Problems: The Composition of Functions Work problems on your own first. Then check with answers in the following slides. If the answers don’t.
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1.1 Variables in Algebra GOAL 1 Evaluate a variable expression.GOAL 2 Write a variable expression that models a real-life situation. What you should learn.
with Function Operations Addition: Subtraction: Multiplication: Division:
Algebra 2 Chapter 2 Algebra 2 Chapter Relations and Functions Relation – Any set of inputs and outputs. Maybe represented as a Table Ordered.
©Evergreen Public Schools What is a Function Teacher Notes Notes: Today students will create their understanding of a function: “In a function each.
ALGEBRA 1 CC Functions, Domain and Range. Vocabulary A function consists of: A set called the domain containing numbers called inputs, and a set called.
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Even & Odd Functions Depending on a functions symmetry, it may be classified as even, or as odd. Depending on a functions symmetry, it may be classified.
CH I: Connections to Algebra 1.1) Variables in Algebra 1.2) Exponents and Powers 1.3) Order of Operations 1.4) Equations and Inequalities 1.5) Translating.
Step functions The graph of a step function is not linear – it consists of horizontal line segments, usually having a closed circle on one end and an open.
Duplex Fractions, f(x), and composite functions. [f(x) = Find f -1 (x)] A.[3x – 5 ] B.[3x – 15 ] C.[1.5x – 7.5 ] D.[Option 4]
Holt Algebra Function Notation Write functions using function notation. Evaluate and graph functions. Objectives.
1.7 An Introduction to Functions GOAL 1 Identify a function and make an input-output table for a function. GOAL 2 Write an equation for a real-life function,
1.1 Functions What is a function? A function f is a rule that assigns to each element x in a set A exactly one element, called f(x), in a set B.
Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 1.2 Functions.
Warm up 1.Find the slope of the line passing through (-2,0) and (3,1) 2.Write the equation of a line that has a slope of 3 and passes through the point.
WARM UP What is the value of 4 5 x 4? Explain. WARM UP What is the value of 4 5 x 4 3 ? Explain.
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: 1 Recurrences. Contents of Table Recurrence solution methods The substitution method The recursion-tree method 2 Relationship between asymptotic.
3.1 Derivatives. Derivative A derivative of a function is the instantaneous rate of change of the function at any point in its domain. We say this is.
Warm Up Determine the anti-derivative. Then differentiate your answer to check your work Evaluate the definite integral: 3.
The range of the function is 0, 4, 10, 14, and 16. Make a table for a function EXAMPLE 3 The domain of the function y = 2x is 0, 2, 5, 7, and 8. Make a.
10-3 Solving Two-Step Equations Problem of the Day Janet used a pedometer to count her steps. The first day and third day she took exactly the same number.
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