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4-1. Lesson 4-1 Example 4. Write a function and graph the ordered pairs. BRACELETS Raku is making bracelets for her sisters. She wants to give each sister 2 bracelets. Raku has 3 sisters. How many bracelets does she need to make?. Understand Read the problem. Write what you know.

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## Lesson 4-1 Example 4

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**4-1**Lesson 4-1 Example 4 Write a function and graph the ordered pairs. BRACELETS Raku is making bracelets for her sisters. She wants to give each sister 2 bracelets. Raku has 3 sisters. How many bracelets does she need to make? Understand Read the problem. Write what you know. Raku has 3 sisters.**4-1**Lesson 4-1 Example 4 Plan Pick a strategy. One strategy is to look for a pattern. Write a function to describe the situation.**4-1**Lesson 4-1 Example 4 Solve Let x = the number of Raku’s sisters and y = the number of bracelets that Raku must make. y = 2x Make a function table using the rule y = 2x.**4-1**Lesson 4-1 Example 4 Solve Graph the ordered pairs. Raku made 6 bracelets for her three sisters.**4-1**Lesson 4-1 Example 4 Check Substitute 3 for x in the function. y = 2(3) = 6

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