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22.6 Chapter summary

  • To compile a table of values for the given equation we follow these steps:
    • Use the \(x\)-values from the first row in the table.
    • Replace the \(x\) in the equation with each of the values.
    • Calculate the corresponding \(y\)-values.
    • Fill in the \(y\)-values in the second row of the table.
  • To solve a problem with algebraic equations:
    • Read the problem carefully.
    • Write down what you know and what you don’t know.
    • Assign the variables and set the equation.
    • Solve the equation.
    • Reflect on the answer to check that it seems reasonable.
    • Give the answer as a sentence.