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Intro to Functions

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  • We’ll learn that a function is a special type of equation in which one input produces one output.
  • We will also learn how to identify functions from graphs and data tables.
  • And we’ll see that this knowledge can help us juice sugarcane, get carnival tokens, and make tasty treats!
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Level 1

When exchanging money, each US dollar is the same as 1.2 Canadian dollars. Is the relationship between US dollars and Canadian dollars a function?

Level 2

Is the following set of ordered pairs a function? Why or why not? {(2, 3), (2, 4), (3, 7), (4, 12)}

Level 3

Convert the following equation to function notation and then find the value of the function when x is equal to 4. y=3x-6

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