In Exercises 14, evaluate each expression based on the following table. [Hint: See Quick Example 1.]
x  –3  –2  –1  0  1  2  3 

1  2  4  2  –1  –0.5  0.25 
a.
b.
(a)
The value of
0  1  2  3  
1  2  4  2  0.25 
Given Information:
The provided table is,
0  1  2  3  
1  2  4  2  0.25 
Function is a relationship which shows how one quantity depends on another.
The function is represented by the symbol
(b)
The value of
0  1  2  3  
1  2  4  2  0.25 
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