# Lesson 3 Function Junction Practice Understanding

Fill in the table of values for each of the linear functions. Then state the point of intersection of the two lines.

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Point of intersection:

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Point of intersection:

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Point of intersection:

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Point of intersection:

Determine if the statement is true or false. If it is false, explain why.

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All linear functions are increasing.

### 6.

Arithmetic sequences are an example of linear functions.

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Exponential functions have a domain that includes all real numbers.

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Geometric sequences have a domain that includes all integers.

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The range for an exponential function includes all real numbers.

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All linear relationships are functions with a domain and range containing all real numbers.

For each of the following functions, find the desired features.

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This function represents position relative to the surface of the water for the last few minutes of a person’s snorkeling trip.

Domain:

Range:

Maximum:

Minimum:

Intercept(s):

Interval(s) of increase:

Interval(s) of decrease:

Discrete/Continuous/Discontinuous:

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The sequence described by the recursive rule:

First five terms of the sequence:

Domain:

Range:

Maximum:

Minimum:

Intercept(s):

Interval(s) of increase:

Interval(s) of decrease:

Discrete/Continuous/Discontinuous:

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Domain:

Range:

Maximum:

Minimum:

Intercept(s):

Interval(s) of increase:

Interval(s) of decrease:

Discrete/Continuous/Discontinuous:

Find both the explicit and recursive equations for the tables.

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive:

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Explicit:

Recursive: