# Finding Y Values

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet is a mathematical activity that combines algebraic functions with coordinate graphing. It consists of two tables, each with a different mathematical rule: one to add 4 to the x-value to get the y-value, and the other to multiply the x-value by 2 to get the y-value. Students are expected to apply these rules to fill in the y-values for given x-values and then write the resulting ordered pairs. Two corresponding blank coordinate grids are provided for students to plot these ordered pairs and visualize the relationship between x and y as dictated by the rules.

The worksheet aims to teach students how to apply algebraic rules to generate ordered pairs and to reinforce the understanding of functions in a visual format. It introduces the concept of creating a function table and then using that table to plot points on a coordinate plane. This exercise helps students see the direct connection between algebraic expressions and their graphical representations. Additionally, it lays the groundwork for further studies in linear relationships and function graphing, providing a hands-on approach to learning these important mathematical concepts.