where appropriate, interpret simple expressions as functions with inputs and outputs; interpret the reverse process as the ‘inverse function’; interpret the succession of two functions as a ‘composite function’ (the use of formal function notation is expected)

A7-01 [Introducing Function Machines]

A7-02 [Function Machines: Given an Input, Find an Output]

A7-03 [Function Machines: Given an Output, Find an Input]

A7-04 [Function Machines with Algebra Example 1]

A7-05 [Function Machines with Algebra Example 2]

A7-06 [Writing a Function Machine as an Equation]

A7-07 [Writing an Equation as a Function Machine]

A7h-08 Introducing Function Notation

A7h-09 Substituting Values into a Function

A7h-10 Substituting Algebra into a Function

A7h-11 Solving Equations using Function Notation

A7h-12 Introducing Composite Functions

A7h-13 Finding Composite Functions

A7h-14 Substituting Values into Composite Functions

A7h-15 Substituting Algebra into Composite Functions

A7h-16 Solving Equations with Composite Functions

A7h-17 Introducing Inverse Functions

A7h-18 Finding Inverse Functions

A7h-19 Substituting Values into Inverse Functions

A7h-20 Solving Inverse of f = Inverse of g