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High School Functions Worksheets

Why do We Study Math Functions? - We know what the term “"function" generally means. But in math, a function is a relation in which no input relates to more than one output. This means that a function is a relation with one output for each input. These functions are the bases of all mathematical operations. With functions, we learn how to solve various algebraic equations and it is the base platform for calculus. You will learn how to place them on the graph and solve equations through them. Functions teach us a lot of techniques to solve problems, alongside developing the skills to make sense of various problems and helping us to find the relevant, appropriate method in solving them. Functions also help in constructing viable arguments to support your answers. They also help in increasing concentration and help you in learning how to structure the questions that need to be solved. Functions are a very elusive concept for many students. They help us understand the world around us and are essential in the business world. Have you ever thought of buying a car or calculated how long it will take you to get to a location (while accounting for other variables); then you have come across functions before.

Interpreting Functions