# Function Rules for Input-Output Tables

## Use data in tables to write rules that have one output for any input.

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## Writing Function Rules

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Learn to write function rules.
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## Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Soda Sugar Function Table

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## Function Machine 1

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## Function Rules for Input-Output Tables: Whats My Rule?

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## Function Machine 2

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## Example 1: Write a Function Rule Given a Table of Values

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Provides an example of how to find a missing value in a table of values and then write the function rule for the table of values.
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