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Students will be able to:
- Determine the value of a function when given the x value.
- Apply mathematical knowledge of functions to an economic example.
- Determine the value of a function at a given x value from a graph.
- Determine the area under straight line graphs.
- Determine the dead weight loss as well as the portion of tax paid by the producer and consumer using different graphs.
- Determine whether a given event causes a shift in supply or demand.
In this personal finance lesson, students will learn how to determine the function values of simple functions.
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Grades Higher Education, 6-8, 9-12