# Algebraic Functions

## Identify functions using coordinate pairs

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## Identifying Functions - Overview

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## Functions v. Relations - Overview

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## Identifying Functions - Example 1

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Determining Functions from a Table
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## Functions as Graphs

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Explains how to apply the rules of functions to points and graphs on a coordinate plane.
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## Identifying Functions - Example 2

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Determining Functions from a Mapping Diagram
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Learn about the domain and range of functions as well as identifying independent and dependent variables. The vertical line test and definition of a function is also explained.
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## Functions v. Relations - Example 1

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Determining Function v. Relation from Tables
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## Functions v. Relations - Example 2

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Determining Function v. Relation from Graphs
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