# 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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## Graphs of Linear Functions from Tables

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This concept reviews how to create a graph of a linear function by using a table.
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## Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

by Lori Nelson //at grade
Evaluate a given function rule using an input-output table
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## Function Tables

by Laura Warden //basic
Evaluate a given function rule using an input-output table
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## Graphs of Linear Functions from Tables

by eva will //advanced
This concept reviews how to create a graph of a linear function by using a 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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## Input-Output Tables for Function Rules

by CK-12 //basic
Learn how to use an input-output table to evaluate a given function rule.
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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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## Making Tables for Functions - Overview

by CK-12 //basic
Overview
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## Introduction to Functions

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Introduces functions and what they are used for.
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## Algebra: Graphing Lines 1

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How to graph linear functions using tables, as explained by Khan Academy.
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## Graphs of Linear Functions from Tables

by Meera Santhanam //advanced
This study guide presents situations that require you to write a linear equation to describe them. They contain many sub-questions that require you to analyze the equation you have created and the meaning of the equation.
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## Input-Output Tables for Funtion Rules

by Galaxy Portillo //basic
This will help you better understand 7th grade math.
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## Evaluating Function Rules

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These flashcards will help you better understand 8th grade math.
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