Chapter 2 Quadratics

# 2.3 Functions

A function is a mathematical relationship that maps each value of a set of inputs to a single output. The notation f(x) is used to represent a function of x. In this lesson you learn about functions reminder of real numbers, functions, domain and range

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In this lesson you learn about functions reminder of real numbers, functions, domain and range

Read and use f(x) notation when working with functions. Represent a function of x, functions reminder of real numbers, functions, domain and range