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# Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

## Use function rules to complete patterns in tables.

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## Evaluating Function Rules

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Learn to evaluate function rules.
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## Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

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Evaluate a given function rule using an input-output table
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## Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

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Evaluate a given function rule using an input-output table
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## Evaluating with Function Notation

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Learn to evaluate function rules.
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## Functions: Rules and Tables (with Review and answers)

by Kisha Barnes //at grade
Learn to evaluate function rules.
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## Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

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Input-Output Tables for Function Rules Interactive
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## Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

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Input-Output Tables for Function Rules Interactive
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