Download Input Output Tables Song | 4th Grade | Finding the Rule of A Function
Input Output Tables Song | 4th Grade | Finding the Rule of A Function
Input Output Tables Song | 4th Grade | Finding the Rule of A Function
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SUMMARY:

This song will show you how you can use input/output tables and number expressions to create number pattern...
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SUMMARY:

This song will show you how you can use input/output tables and number expressions to create number patterns following a given rule. The NUMBEROCK crew is given a series of numbers that they use to make predictions about which numbers will come out of their function machine next if they keep following the pattern.

LYRICS

Verse 1:
We’re in a hot air balloon going up to fly;a table shows our time and height in the sky.At one minute, We're three meters off the ground;at two minutes, We're six meter’s up, staring down.At three meters, We're up nine meters high.What’s the "rule" that shows our place in the sky?

If we multiply any input (the time) by three,we'll get the output (the height); so that’s the "rule," you see.In goes four, out comes twelve;in goes five, out comes fifteen.. swell!In goes six, out comes eighteen.The "rule" is "times three," and the view is pristine.

Chorus:
What’s happening between the in and the out?We can always find out without any doubt.Make an educated guess, and test it out,'til you find out what the "rule" is all about.

Verse 2:
I had a function machine, the best one ever seen.I put in a nine, and out came a three;I put in fifteen, and out came five.Then, twenty-seven went in, and out came nine.There’s only one thing I want to know at this junction.What on earth is my machine's function?

If you divide any input by three,You'll get the output; so that’s the "rule," you see.In goes six, out comes two, for sure;in goes twelve, and you know out will come four.This input output table has a "rule."It’s "divide by three.” Man, that’s pretty cool.

Bridge:
When there are two sets of values, and they sharea mathematical relationship, there's a function there.And we can use our mind - a mathematical tool -to find and describe the relationship, called a “rule."

This video addresses the following Common Core Standards:

4.OA.C.5 - 4.OA.5
Generate a number or shape pattern that follows a given rule. Identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself. For example, given the rule "Add 3" and the starting number 1, generate terms in the resulting sequence and observe that the terms appear to alternate between odd and even numbers. Explain informally why the numbers will continue to alternate in this way.
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