Learning Target #1

I can manipulate a function from a set of ordered pairs, to a table, and or graph, and a rule.

The ordered pairs shown above will help to manipulate the values to different ways of displaying the information. Given these ordered pairs, you can make a table, a graph, and a map. It also does not matter which piece of information you are given. You can still translate the data starting from any of the following: a map, a table, a graph, a rule, or ordered pairs.

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To make a table from the ordered pairs, have an x and a y written in two different rows. This is for the x-values and the y-values. Using the ordered pairs, write the domains in the x row, and the ranges in the y row. Make sure that the numbers in the x-value column are in numerical order. Check to make sure the table matches the ordered pairs given. Once this is completed, you have finished the table.

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To make a map from the data that has already been given, have two vertical boxes or ovals to surround each set of numbers. The column on the left should be where you write your domains. The column on the right should be where you write your ranges. Make sure that the numbers are in numerical order. Starting from the x-values, draw an arrow to the corresponding y-value. This shows which two numbers go together. Without the arrows, there is no way of telling what numbers match up.

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To make an accurate graph, use graphing paper. Make sure that the coordinate plane is big enough to fit all of your points on it. Label your x and y-axis. Write at least one number below the x-axis and one number to the left of the y-axis. This will show what you are going by on your graph. To graph the points, look at the things you have already done. If the x-value is positive, go to the right as many times as the number shows. If the number is 3, move to the right three points starting from (0,0). If there is a negative number, move to the left starting from (0,0). Next, look at the y-value. If it is negative, you will move the point down from where you stopped with they x-value. If the number is positive, you will move the point up from where you stopped with the x-value. Once you have done this with all of your points, you have finished your graph.

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Making ordered pairs, a table, a map, and a graph from a rule is not very different from the steps above. If the rule is y=x, for example, you can pick the x-values and find your y-values based on what you chose. This could easily be done to make a table and ordered pairs. Then, you can manipulate them to be made into a graph and map.