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1.2 Function Notation

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1.2 Function Notation

Date:

1.2 Pages 22-24 Questions #1(c, d, e, f), 2, 3, 5(c, d), 6, 7, 10, 12, 16, 17

Learning Objectives/Success Criteria: At the end of this lesson I will be able to:

o Use function notation

o Evaluate functions for different input values

o Add, subtract, multiple and divide functions

Recall:

Definition:

Examples:

Function

Characteristics:

Non-examples

Function
Notation:
the
notation
f(x)
is
use
to
represent
the
value
of
a
dependent
variable
(output)
for
a
given

independent
variable
(input).

f (x)
is
read
as
f
at
x
or
f
of
x

f is
a
function
of
the
variable
x

y = 3x + 2

is
in
relation
notation

is
in
function
notation.

f (x) = 3x + 2

Evaluating
Functions

Example
1:
Evaluating f (x)
means
you
plug
in
a
specific
value
of
x
into
the
function
f.

a)
Create
a
table
of
values
for
f (x) = 3x + 2

b)
Evaluate:

f (x)

x

i.
f(1)

ii.
f(3)

-2

-1

0

iii.
f(1)+f(3)

iv.
3f(1)+4f(3)

1

2

v.
f(a)

vi.
f(a+1)

Piecewise
functions:
Functions
that
are
split
into
different
pieces
defined
by
different
domains.

Evaluate:

#%

2x 2 1, x < 1
a)
f(0)

f (x) = $

x

+

4,

x

1

&%

b)
f(1)

c)
f(2)

d)
f(-2)+f(5)

Finding
the
argument:
The
x
in
f(x)
is
called
the
argument
of
the

function.
If
you
are
asked
to
determine
the
argument,
you
are
looking

for
the
value
of
x
that
satisfies
the
function
f(x).

Consider
the
functions
f (x) = 3x +1
and
g(x) = 2 x .
Determine
the
values
such
that:

a)
f(x)=0

b)
f (x) = g(x)

c)
( f (x))2 = 2g(x)

Functions
and
graphs:

8

Evaluate
for
the
function
graphed
f(x)=3(x-1)2-4

6

a)
f (2) f (1)

b)
2f(3)-7

4

2

-1

1

Using
algebraic
expressions
in
functions:

-2

Consider
the
functions
f (x) = x 2 3x
and
g(x) = 3(x 1)

-4

f (x)

a)

g(x)

b) f(2x)

c) g(x+2)

Recall
Number
Types:

Natural
(Counting)
Numbers:

Whole
Numbers

Integers
Numbers:

Rational
Numbers
(Fractions):

Real
Numbers

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