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Representing Functions


This mini-unit is part of a much larger content focus on Linear Functions in an 8th grade Resource Math class. Students will be learning about the basics in functions and their use in Pre-Algebra. This unit allows students to receive direct interaction with teachers to receive content in a managable format, while giving them opportunities to learn and discover some of the content on their own. The mini-unit focus solely on the different representations of functions in their basic form. By the end of the unit, students will be able to identifying and compare and contrast different representations of functions. 

Learning Targets: 
Identify functions using graphs, functions using tables or using verbal descriptions.
Generate a set of ordered pairs from a function and graph the function.
Apply a function rule for any input that produces exactly one output.
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Creative Commons Licence
Common Core Math