# Consider this input/output table.

(a) Graph the values from the table by taking Input along horizontal axis from 0 to 8 and output along vertical axis from 0 to 24.

(b) Use your graph to predict the outputs for inputs of 3 and 8.

**Solution:**

The graph representing the given table is as follows:

From the graph we can see that when:

Input = 3 output is 8 and when

Input = 8 output = 23

**✦ Try This:** Consider this input/output table.

Input | 1 | 2 | 4 | 5 | 7 |

Output | 3 | 7 | 15 | 19 | 27 |

(a) Graph the values from the table by taking Input along horizontal axis from 0 to 8 and output along vertical axis from 0 to 24.

(b) Use your graph to predict the outputs for inputs of 3 and 8.

(a) The graph representing the given table is represented below:

From the graph we can see that when:

Input = 3 output is 11 and when

Input = 8 output = 31

**☛ Also Check: **NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 15

**NCERT Exemplar Class 8 Maths Chapter 12 Problem 79**

## Consider this input/output table. (a) Graph the values from the table by taking Input along horizontal axis from 0 to 8 and output along vertical axis from 0 to 24. (b) Use your graph to predict the outputs for inputs of 3 and 8.

**Summary:**

The graph of the input output table given in the problem statement is plotted in the solution above and when input = 3, output = 8 and when input = 8, output = 23

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