Algebra 1 Unit 2 Learning Goals 2.3 and 2.4 PowerPoint

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Unit 2:  Using Algebra and  Graphs to Describe Relationships  Learning Goals 2.3 and 2.4 Michelle A. O’Malley League Academy of Communication Arts Greenville, South Carolina
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Unit 2:  Learning Goal 2.3  Determine if a relation is a function and  identify the domain (independent  variable) and range (dependent  variable) of a function.
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Unit 2:  Learning Goal 2.3 Standards EA-3.1  Classify a relationship as being  either a function or not a function when  given data as a table, set of ordered  pairs, or graph. EA-3.3  Carry out a procedure to  evaluate a function for a given element  in the domain. EA-3.4  Analyze the graph of a  continuous function to determine the  domain and range of the function. EA-5.10  Analyze given information to  determine the domain and range of a  linear function in a problem situation.
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Unit 2:  Learning Goal 2.3  Essential Question How can real-world situations be  modeled using graphs and functions?
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relation  is a pairing between two sets  of numbers to create a set of ordered  pairs. function  is a special type of relation.   It is a pairing between two sets of  numbers in which each element of the  first  set is  paired with exactly one   element of the  second  set.
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Learning goal 2.3 The following does not  represent a  function  because  one  input is paired with  more  than one  output. In addition, the following does  not represent a function  because it does not pass the  vertical line  test.
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