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# What is the input and output math?

In mathematics, input and output are terms that relate to functions. Both the input and output of a function are variables, which means that they change. A simple example is y = x2 (which you can also write f(x) = x2). In such cases, x is the input and y is the output.

Also question is, what is an input output machine?

Input-output tables are like machines: we put numbers into the machine, and the machine uses an operation (add, subtract, multiply or divide) to give us a result. If the machine is using multiplication as a rule, the output will be multiples of that rule.

Furthermore, how do you find the input? Find the given input in the row (or column) of input values. Identify the corresponding output value paired with that input value. Find the given output values in the row (or column) of output values, noting every time that output value appears. Identify the input value(s) corresponding to the given output value.

In respect to this, what is the rule in the input output table?

An input-output table, like the one shown below, can be used to represent a function. Each pair of numbers in the table is related by the same function rule. That rule is: multiply each input number (@\$egin{align*}xend{align*}@\$-value) by 3 to find each output number (@\$egin{align*}yend{align*}@\$-value).

What is an input value?

The first value of a relation is an input value and the second value is the output value. A function is a specific type of relation in which each input value has one and only one output value. An input is the independent value, and the output value is the dependent value, as it depends on the value of the input.

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