Finer grained standards that are part of this one
The most appropriate representation of a function depends on the questions to be answered and/or the analysis to be done.
Given data may be represented as discrete points or as a continuous graph with respect to the real-world context.
Real-world data may best be represented as a table, a graph, or as a formula.
Given an equation, graph a linear, quadratic, exponential or logarithmic function with the aid of a graphing calculator.
Make predictions given a table of values, a graph, or an algebraic formula.
Describe relationships between data represented in a table, in a scatterplot, and as elements of a function.
Determine the appropriate representation of data derived from real-world situations.
Analyze and interpret the data in context of the real-world situation.