Table of Values
Below are three table of values. Copy the tables down, you will need them for “Making Connections.” What is similar, what is different? You may want to graph them.
Table I 
\(x\) 
\(y\) 
\(2\) 
\(4\) 
\(1\) 
\(1\) 
\(0\) 
\(2\) 
\(1\) 
\(5\) 
\(2\) 
\(8\) 
– 

– 


Table II 
\(x\) 
\(y\) 
\(2\) 
\(0\) 
\(1\) 
\(3\) 
\(0\) 
\(4\) 
\(1\) 
\(3\) 
\(2\) 
\(0\) 
– 

– 


Table III 
\(x\) 
\(y\) 
\(2\) 
\(3.25\) 
\(1\) 
\(3.5\) 
\(0\) 
\(4\) 
\(1\) 
\(5\) 
\(2\) 
\(7\) 
– 

– 


You will now take a closer look at each table individually.
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