Full Functional Form

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Lesson Summary:

In this lesson on full functional notation, you will learn what it means to have a full functional form, which includes an algebraic expression that models the real functional relationship. This is important because equations are derived from functions. The lesson includes examples of linear and quadratic models, as well as abuse of notation. By the end of the lesson, you will understand how to write a full functional notation, an equation notation, and a generic functional notation. Overall, this lesson provides a thorough understanding of functional notation and how to use it to model real-life relationships.

Lesson Description:

Understand what is meant by Full functional notation and how the "Full" part (Right Hand Side, RHS) is related to a mathematical expression which models the real functional relationship.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • What is full functional notation?
  • Where do equations come from?
  • What is the difference between full functional notation, function notation, non-specific or generic function notation, and equation notation?
  • What are the different ways that you can write a function?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson connects functions and equations by showing full functional notation of a real-world relationship. Different parts of the full functional notation are dropped to show you the different ways you can represent a function. The problem set with solutions are a great help for learning more about functional notation.