3.4 Non-Linear Evaluation - notes

3.4 Non-Linear Evaluation - notes - Objective [3.4] Notes...

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Objective [3.4] – Notes Be able to evaluate (i.e. find an output given an input) and of the three model functions bo th numerically and symbolically In objective 1.13 you learned that to evaluate means to find an output to a relationship given an input. You learned how to evaluate any relationship (function or model) at a value with the assistance of your calculator. You also learned a bit about composition which is to evaluate a function at another function. If need be go back and look at objective 1.13, go back and re-watch the calculator video C.7 on evaluating. In this objective there is really nothing to add other than to practice evaluation (and composition) with the three models we have come to know well in objective 3.2, the quadratic, linear and logistic. So mostly what I can do here in these notes is to give you a few tips on using your calculator to make the process of evaluation easier and if I could do it one word I would say SOLVER. Now that you have been using SOLVER to help you
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2010 for the course ASD asd taught by Professor Asd during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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3.4 Non-Linear Evaluation - notes - Objective [3.4] Notes...

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