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Calculator Trick—Table of Values
Work smarter, not harder! Learn a function of the calculator that assists with creating a table of values. The calculator does the work of substituting values and finding the input-output pairs.
3 Views 3 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
- Practice rearranging equations to solve them for y
- Requires a calculator with a similar function as in the video
- Expects a familiarity with linear, quadratic, and cubic fuctions
- Provides detailed instruction on calculator usage, so learners are sure to pick up the trick quickly
- Short length helps maintain viewers' attention
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