Function Notation

Unit 1: Functions
Lesson 4 of 18

Objective: SWBAT evaluate functions written in function notation. SWBAT determine if a relation is a function based on the input and output values.

Big Idea: Introducing function notation by using it to describe a familiar problem (Tower Task) enables students to grasp its usefulness and build on their understanding of the concept of a function.

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Math, Algebra, function, domain, range, evaluate expressions given variables, 9th grade
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