# Functions

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Functions are mathematical entities that assign unique outputs to given inputs. Sounds simple? Think again!
In this topic you will evaluate, graph, analyze, and create various types of functions.

## Introduction to functions

Make a first introduction to functions.

## Evaluating functions

Learn how to find the value of a function for a given input value.

## Inputs and outputs of a function

Extend your understanding of the relationship between the inputs of a function and the outputs of that function.

## Functions and equations

Understand the subtle differences and similarities between functions and equations. In this exercise, we will see how an equation can be turned into a function.

## Interpreting function notation

Solve some word problems by interpreting expressions of modeling functions.

## Introduction to the domain and range of a function

Learn what the domain and the range of a function are. Practice finding the domain and the range of a function given its graph.

## Determining the domain of a function

Determine the domains of functions according to various considerations.

## Recognizing functions

Recognizing functions

## Piecewise functions

Introduction to piecewise defined functions

## Maximum and minimum points

Learn about maximum and minimum points of functions.

## Intervals where a function is positive, negative, increasing, or decreasing

Learn about features of functions that have distinct graphical representations: intervals where the function is always positive or always negative, and intervals where the function is always increasing or always decreasing.

## Interpreting features of graphs

Interpret the graphs of functions in terms of the contexts that are modeled by the functions.

## Average rate of change

Learn what's the average rate of change of a function and how to find it over given intervals.

## Average rate of change word problems

Solve word problems that concern the average rate of change of a functional relationship.