Algebra Functions Unit: Multiple Representations Student Notes and Practice
to complement the introduction to Functions. Student notes work well as guided instruction with the teacher providing examples of each relation or to complement a discovery lesson where students research and discover relations as ordered pairs, tables, mappings and graphs.
In the practice worksheet, four different sets of data are provided and given as different types of relations where students will create the three other representations to demonstrate understanding. Answer key provided.
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