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  1. Unit 3B – Functions Review TEST MONDAY!

  2. Describe the relationship between x and y.

  3. Which of these data sets represents a function?

  4. Using the mapping method, draw an example of a non-function.

  5. Draw two tables, one that represents a function and one that does not.

  6. Sketch two graphs, one that represents a function and one that does not.

  7. 1.) Which has a greater y-intercept?2.) Which has a greater rate of change?

  8. Given the linear function below, write an equation that has the same y-intercept, but smaller rate of change.

  9. The festival costs $8.00 to get in, plus $3.00 per game. Write a linear equation with a rate of change greater than the festivals.

  10. Meijer uses the following equation for the cost per pound of strawberries: y= 1.60xKroger uses the following table for the cost per pound of strawberries:What is the difference in the price per pound?

  11. Describe what the motorcycle was doing at each section

  12. Sketch a graph of the following: • Tom leaves the library and walks home (0 miles) • He plays video games, until his friend calls him to come play basketball at the local park next to the library. • As soon as he gets to the basketball court his mom calls and tells him to meet her at the neighbors house.

  13. Create a table, graph, and equation to model this situation: Your cell phone company charges a monthly fee of $50.00 and $0.10 per text message.