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    Question Writing equations in function notation-HELP

    Please help with Algebra I homework: function notation for x 0, y 1; x 1, y 0; x 2, y -1; x 3, y -2.

    Thanks so much for any help. Too many years have passed for me to remember how this works. s
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandj View Post
    Please help with Algebra I homework: function notation for x 0, y 1; x 1, y 0; x 2, y -1; x 3, y -2.

    Thanks so much for any help. Too many years have passed for me to remember how this works. s
    f(0)=1,f(1)=0,f(2)=1,f(3)=-2.
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