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1 Math 1432 Notes – Week 1 Lecture Session Welcome! We will start at 5:00. We will start off by going over some of the information you will need for the class. If you cannot hear then click on the blue phone that is located above the chat box, call that number and enter the given pin # Please log on to all sessions with firstname_lastname CASA – www.casa.uh.edu – If you do not have access yet, email the CASA tech support (name, id and class included in email). Note: if you registered late for the class, it takes a few days for you to be listed on CASA rolls. Also, for this week only, if you do not have access then email me your popper answers immediately after class with Math 1432 popper001 in title. Be sure to include your name and id in the email You need to attend the lecture session each week. Recorded session will be posted after each session. If you miss the lecture session then you will need to do the alternate popper assignment. You can always do the alternate for extra credit too. No homework will be accepted through email!!!!!! No late homework accepted!!!! (Do not wait until last hour to upload homework – be sure to submit a minimum of 2 hours before deadline) I will drop your lowest homework grade. I do NOT drop any quiz grades. Quizzes 1 and 2 are open now and will close on the 9 th . Popper001 1. What is today? a. Monday b. Tuesday c. Wednesday d. Thursday e. Friday
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2 7.1 One to one functions Definition: A function f is one-to-one if ( ) ( ) 2 1 x f x f = then 2 1 x x = . In other words, two different x values cannot have the same y values. There are a few ways to determine if a function is one to one. One is to graph the function and use the “horizontal line test”. Now remember, for a function to be one to one, it first must be a function so make sure it also passes the “vertical line test”. Another way to verify that a function is one to one is to look at its derivative.
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