|Skill Development 18 (#Temporarytag)|
|Introduction_to_Functions - Graphic|
|Introduction_to_Functions||Objectives and success criteria | Audio signpost | Study Plan | Validation and Assessment|
Why: Functions are everywhere in real-world situations where one variable depends on another. For example, the amount of an hourly employee’s pay depends on the number of hours worked. Therefore, amount of pay is a function of the number of hours worked.
1. Learners will read the text about functions and relations.
2. Learners will apply the concept of functions and relations.
After completion of this module, learners will be able to:
1. Explain functions and relations.
2. Show how to determine if a situation represents a function or a relation.