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Third - Number, money and measure
Standard 3.NS.1.10 - Write a linear function to represent the data in a table.
Patterns and relationships • Having explored number sequences, I can establish the set of numbers generated by a given rule and determine a rule for a given sequence, expressing it using appropriate notation. • Generates number sequences from a given rule, for example, T = 4n + 6. • Extends a given pattern and describes the rule. • Expresses sequence rules in algebraic notation, for example, the cost of hiring a car is £75 plus a charge of £0·05 per mile, 'm' driven, C = 0.05m + 75.