This video explains how to represent a discrete function given as points as ordered pairs, a table, and using function notation.

# Represent a Discrete Function Using Ordered Pairs, a Table, and Function Notation

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# Represent a Discrete Function Using Ordered Pairs, a Table, and Function Notation

# Determine the Domain and Range of Discrete Functions: Ordered Pairs, Table

# Simplify Algebraic Expressions: a(x^2-bx+c)-d(ex^2+fx-g)

# Simplify Algebraic Expressions: a(bx-cy)-(dx-ey)

This video explains how to simplify an algebraic expression using distribution and combining like terms.

# Simplify Algebraic Expressions: a(bx+c)-d(ex-f)

This video explains how to simplify an algebraic expression using distribution and combining like terms.

# Simplify Algebraic Expressions: a(x+b)-c(x-d)

This video explains how to simplify an algebraic expression using distribution and combining like terms.

# Simplify Algebraic Expressions: ax-b(cx-d)

This video explains how to simplify an algebraic expression using distribution and combining like terms.

This video explains how to represent a discrete function given as points as ordered pairs, a table, and using function notation.

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This video explains how to list the domain and range of a function given as a set of ordered pairs or as a table.

This video explains how to simplify an algebraic expression using distribution and combining like terms.