This is a one-sided notes page on how to write linear function rules from difficult cases of tables. This notes page is the second day of notes with "Writing Function rules Notes" being the first day.
On this page, there are nine examples. In some of the examples, the y-intercept is missing, so the student needs to extend the pattern in the table to find it. In other examples, points are missing and so there seems to be no pattern. Students can either write a new table to find the missing values to verify that the table does represent a linear situation (this would be the preferred method) or can find the slope between two points from the table.
Two examples "don't work" as one is not a function and the other is not linear and in the final example, the points are out of order and some are missing. Key included.
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