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Basic concepts: Function notation, Function notation (Advanced), Graphing linear functions using table of values,

- 1.Aiden and Bianca each have a part time job. The table below shows the amount of money they made for each day of the past week. Note that the negative amounts were due to the penalty of being late to work.
$Aiden$ $Bianca$ $A + B$ $A - B$ $A \times B$ $\frac {A}{B}$ Monday 5 2 Tuesday 2 4 Wednesday 0 8 Thursday 6 0 Friday -2 4

i) Complete the 4 columns in the table which indicate: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division respectively.

ii) Interpret the results of each operation on graphs: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

1.

Functions

1.1

Domain and range of a function

1.2

Function notation

1.3

Operations with functions

1.4

Adding functions

1.5

Subtracting functions

1.6

Multiplying functions

1.7

Dividing functions

1.8

Composite functions

1.9

Inequalities of combined functions

1.10

Inverse functions

1.11

One to one functions

1.12

Difference quotient: applications of functions

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