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**Tax brackets** are another real-world example of piecewise functions. For example, consider a simple tax system in which incomes up to $10,000 are taxed at 10 , and any additional income is taxed at 20% .

## How do you solve piecewise functions examples?

Evaluating Piecewise Functions

## What is piecewise function in your own words?

A piecewise function is **a function where more than one formula is used to define the output over different pieces of the domain**. Evaluating a piecewise function means you need to pay close attention to the correct expression used for the given input.

## What would the groomer charge if your cute dog weighs 60 pounds?

If your dog is 15 pounds and under, the groomer charges $35. If your dog is between 15 and 40 pounds, she charges $40. If your dog is over 40 pounds or more, she charge **$40, plus an additional $2 for each pound**.

## How can you represent function in real life situation?

**A car’s efficiency in terms of miles per gallon of gasoline** is a function. If a car typically gets 20 mpg, and if you input 10 gallons of gasoline, it will be able to travel roughly 200 miles.

## How function can be applied in our daily lives?

Functions are mathematical building blocks for **designing machines, predicting natural disasters, curing diseases, understanding world economies and for keeping airplanes in the air**.

## How do you write a piecewise function equation?

Writing Equations for Piecewise Functions

## How do you write a function as a piecewise function?

Writing an Absolute Value as a Piecewise-Defined Function

## How do you find the equation of a piecewise function?

Writing Equations of Piecewise Functions

## What is an example of a real world scenario that is a function that has a domain and range?

Domain and Range

In this function, the number of gallons used can be anywhere from 0 gallons to 20 gallons, since the tank holds 20 gallons of gas. Based on this and the fact that **the car gets 32 miles per gallon, Zack can drive anywhere from 0*32 = 0 miles to 20*32 = 640 miles on one tank of gas**.

## How do you write a piecewise function from a table?

How to sketch piecewise function with Table of values

## How do you write a piecewise function on Desmos?

Desmos Calculator – Piecewise Functions

## How do you solve piecewise functions on a calculator?

TI Calculator Tutorial: Graphing Piecewise Functions

## How do you graph a quadratic piecewise function?

How to Graph a Quadratic Piecewise Function

## How do you read piecewise functions?

How to read piecewise functions?

- When x > 0, f(x) is equal to 2x.
- When x = 0, f(x) is equal to 1.
- When x < 0, f(x) is equal to -2x.

## How do you solve real life problems involving functions?

SOLVING REAL LIFE PROBLEMS INVOLVING FUNCTIONS

## What are real life situations?

uncountable noun [usually in NOUN] If something happens in real life, **it actually happens and is not just in a story or in someone’s imagination**.

## How do you sketch a piecewise function?

How to Graph a Piecewise Function

## How do you write a piecewise function in Google Docs?

Displaying a piecewise-defined function in Word or Google Docs