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Play this *FLASH*
"Function Machine" game
to explore relationships between inputs and outputs.
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Algebraic thinking with a function machine.

Function Notation and Evaluating Functions
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Evaluating Functions and Function Notation

Graphing Functions and Considering Domain and Range
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Graphing, Domain and Range of Functions

A function is a relationship such that every input has exactly one output.
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What is a Function

In a function, for every "x" there is only one "y".

In a function, for every domain value there is only one range value.

Practice Quiz - Identifying Functions (with feedback for you!)
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Relations and Functions Practice Quiz

"x" is the INDEPENDENT variable.

"y" is the DEPENDENT variable.
"y" DEPENDS ON "x".

Students may first learn about functions as a type of "machine".
Put something into the machine, the machine follows a rule, and something new comes out of the machine.

A "function rule" in algebra describes an equation.
Choose an input for "x", perform the "rule" and get the output "y" or "f(x)".
We read this function notation as "f of x".

Inputs and outputs can be organized using a table.

Inputs (domain values) and outputs (range values) can be visually organized using a mapping diagram.

Functions can be represented as graphs. Generating a set of points from a function rule can result in pictures like these.

Exercise your independence! Choose values for the independent variable and see the outputs.
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Quiz: Function Rules, Tables and Graphs (with feedback for you!)
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Function Rules, Tables, and Graphs

This table could also be represented as a set of ordered pairs.
{(-2, -3) , (-1, -1) , (0, 1) , (1, 3) , (2, 5)}
Most folks prefer organizing a set of ordered pairs using a table. It's easier to see the inputs and outputs that way.

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What is a Function?<br />Watch the first 5 minutes.<br />
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Functions
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Functions can be thought of as mathematical machines, which when given an element from a set of permissible inputs, always produce the same element from a se...

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