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# Interpreting a Graph of a Function

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Graphs can be just as useful as equations. Given the graph of a quadratic function modeling the height of a rocket, scholars learn to interpret the graph. They identify the input and output variables, interpret statements involving function notation, and determine an appropriate domain and range.

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##### Instructional Ideas

- Use the video as part of a larger review session

##### Classroom Considerations

- Viewers should be familiar with function notation
- Knowledge of domain and range is necessary

##### Pros

- Careful explanations outline the steps for easier understanding
- Professional, organized video

##### Cons

- None

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