Function Notation and Linear Functions
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Function Notation and Linear Functions
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What is an example of a linear equation written in function notation?

What is a function?

How do you evaluate #f(4)# given the function #f(x)=2x6#?

How do you evaluate #g(1)# given the function #g(t)=5t+1#?

How do you write linear equations in function notation?

How do you rewrite #9x+3y=6# in function notation?

How do you evaluate #f(p)# given the function #f(x)=6x36#?

What are linear functions?

How do you evaluate #f(0)# given the function #f(x)=\frac{5(2x)}{11}#?

How do you evaluate #f(1)# given the function #f(t)=\frac{1}{2} t^2+4#?

How do you evaluate #f(x+1)# given the function #f(x)=3\frac{1}{2} x#?

How do you use function notation to write the equation of the line with the slope of 2 and yintercept of #(0,6/7)#?

How do you find a formula for the linear function with slope 5 and x intercept 8?

Is #y=54x# a linear equation?

Is #y=2+5x^2# a linear equation?

Is #y= 4/x# a linear equation?

Is #x/2  y = 7# a linear equation?

Is #Ax+B=C# a linear equation?

Is #y= 12+2x# a linear equation?

Let f(x) = 2 x^2 and g(x) = x^2 2. How do you solve f(x) = g(x) ?

What kind of a function is #f (x) = 2x + 6 #?

If #h(x) = 1/2x^4  3x^3#, what is #h(4)#?

Show that the function #f(x)=4x^25x# has a zero between #1# and #2#.

Solve? #2x10y=20 and x+4y=28#

#f(x)=3x1# and #g(x)=x2#. How do you solve #(f/g)(x)#?

How do you complete a table for the rule y=3x+2, then plot and connect the points on graph paper?

How do you solve the equation for y, given #y+7x=9# then find the value for each value of x: 1, 0, 4?

How do you find three different ordered pairs #y=2x+1#?

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How do you find the orderedpair solution of #y=(2/5)x+2# corresponding to x= 5?

What is the function that describes this sequence: 4, 9, 16, …?

How do you determine whether or not the point (2,3) are solutions of #2x+3y=12#?

How do you determine whether or not the point (3,2) are solutions of #2x+3y=12#?

How do you determine whether or not the point (6,0) are solutions of #2x+3y=12#?

How do you graph #f(x)=6x4#?