Unit 8.3 FunctionsRelationships between two variables can be represented in multiple ways.
Unit 8.3 -Functions and Relations
Relationships between two variables can be represented in multiple ways.
How can I representpatterns usingalgebra?
9.1.1 Interpretpatterns found insequences, tables,and other forms of quantitativeinformation usingvariables or functionnotation.9.3.1 Express ageneralization of apattern in variousrepresentationsincluding algebraicand function notation.
How can I represent a functionusing a graph, a table, and/oran equation?
8.3.4 Translate between variousrepresentations of a linear function9.1.4 Translate between representations of functions that depict real-world situations.9.3.6 Interpret various relations in multiplerepresentations.8.3.6 Analyze the graph of a linear functionto find solutions and intercepts9.1.6 Determine and interpret slope inmultiple contexts including rate of change inreal-world problems.9.1.5 Recognize and express the effect of changing constants and/or coefficients inproblem solving.8.3.5 Determine the slope of a line from anequation, two given points, a table or a graph9.3.8 Determine the equation of a lineand/or graph a linear equation.
How can I classifyalgebraicrelationships?
8.3.7 Identify,compare andcontrast functionsas linear or non-linear.9.3.7 Determinedomain and rangeof a relation,determinewhether a relationis a functionand/or evaluate afunction at aspecified rationalvalue.
How can I use graphsto help me solveinequalities andsystems of equations?
8.3.3 Solve andgraph linearinequalities in twovariables9.3.9 -Solvesystems of linearequations/inequalities in two variables.8.3.1 -Findsolutions tosystems of twolinear equations intwo variables.