In this lesson, you'll learn how to represent functional relationships in tabular form. A functional relationship has an input and an output, which can be represented as ordered pairs. You can list out ordered pairs or use a table, either horizontal or vertical, to display the data. To use the table, simply plug in the input to find the corresponding output, or to go backwards, use the solving process to find the input given the output. Understanding how to properly represent functional relationships in a table and how to use functional notation will make solving problems much easier.
Know and understand the rules for representing the data of a functional relationship in tabular and order pair
How can functions be represented as ordered pairs or in a table?
How do you know which value is the input and which is an output in a table or an ordered pair?
How do you find the output given an input from a table?
How do you find the input of a function if you have an output?
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This lesson explains how functions can be represented in ordered pairs and in tables. This method of displaying and representing data from a function is very common and is often quite familiar to students from earlier math classes.