Interpreting Functions, Graphs and Tables A7

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In this DfE Standards Unit resource, students learn to understand the relationship between graphical, algebraic and tabular representations of functions, the nature of proportional, linear, quadratic and inverse functions and doubling and squaring. Students should already be familiar with algebraic symbols such as those representing squares, square roots and fractions. Most students will already be familiar with making tabular representations of functions and drawing graphs, but they may not have considered the relations
between different representations of functions. (GCSE Grades A - D)

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