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# Function Notation

## Explore f(x) notation for functions

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## Function Notation

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Learn how to use function notation.
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## Function Notation - Overview

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Overview
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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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## Function Notation - Example 1

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Finding Outputs Given Inputs
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## How to Notate Functions

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Learn about what functions are, how to understand functions, and how to use them.
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## Function Notation - Example 2

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Finding Inputs Given Outputs
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## Function Notation Quiz

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Quiz on Function Notation.
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## Function Notation Flashcards

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These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Function Notation.
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