Read Problem A5.
Groups: Talk about each part of the question as a full group. Some people may be troubled by parts (c), (f), and (g), rejecting these scenarios as being far-fetched. An important point we are making in this session, though, is that many different rules can describe a table of data. When the data is attached to a context or situation, we can be more certain of an associated unique rule. Therefore it is important to see parts (c), (f), and (g) as possible descriptions.
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