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**Unformatted text preview: **Lesson 22 Given below is a table of inputs, outputs and ordered pairs and the graph of the function () . Inputs Outputs Ordered Pairs ? ( ) , ? ( ) 2 ? (2) 4 (2, 4) 1 ? (1) 1 (1, 1) ? (0) 0 (0, 0) 1 ? (1) 1 (1, 1) 2 ? (2) 4 (2, 4) Example 1: Use the function , its table and graph to answer the following: a. how can the function () 2 be written in terms of the function ? b. are the inputs of or the outputs of going be changed? c. make a table and graph the function . d. how can the function () 2 be written in terms of the function ? e. are the inputs of or the outputs of going be changed? f. make a table and graph the function . Inputs Outputs ? ( ) Inputs Outputs ( ) Example 2: Use the function , its table and graph to answer the following: a. write the function () ( 2) in terms of the function ? b. are the inputs of or the outputs of going be changed? c. make a table and graph the function . d. write the function () ( 2) in terms of the function? e. are the inputs of or the outputs of going be changed? f. make a table and graph the function . Inputs Outputs ? ( ) Inputs Outputs ? ( ) Given below is a table of inputs, outputs and ordered pairs and a graph for some function . Inputs Outputs Ordered Pairs ? ( ) , ? ( ) 8 ? (8) 0 (8, 0) 4 ? (4) 4 (4, 4) ? (0) 0 (0, 0) 4 ? (4) 4 (4, 4) 8 ? (8) 0 (8, 0) Example 3: Use the previous table and graph of the function to answer the following: a. is the function () 2 () changing the inputs or outputs of the function ?...

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