Class_Notes_3.1 - Section 3.1 Class Notes Linear Functions and Their Properties Framing Thoughts for this Section We've already studied equations

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Section 3.1 Class Notes Linear Functions and Their Properties Framing Thoughts for this Section We’ve already studied equations of lines and graphs of lines in chapter 1, so much of this material will seem familiar. The main difference is that we will re-examine these ideas using the language and notation of functions. In addition, we will think about how some of the general properties of functions we studied in chapter 2 apply to linear functions and we will consider applications that involve linear functions. Framing Thoughts for the Rest of the Course This chapter is where we start examining individual families of functions. The “routine” will become familiar to you. For functions in this family: o What should you expect to see in a formula, a table of values, a graph, and a verbal description? o What is the domain, the range? o What properties should you expect to see? o
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Class_Notes_3.1 - Section 3.1 Class Notes Linear Functions and Their Properties Framing Thoughts for this Section We've already studied equations

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