9.1.2 - neither? Sketch a quick graph. s s 1) Is Y...

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Test Corrections c If you weren’t done yet, I’ll give your test back to you tomorrow. Otherwise, expect to see TCs in IC by the end of the week. c Turn in your worksheet/ graph picture. (Not due until tomorrow) 9.1 and 9.2 Inverse Variation and Graphing Objectives c Identify Inverse Variations c Graphing inverse variations Reminder c What is direct variation? What does the graph look like? c Form of c Example: y = kx X 1 2 3 Y y = 4 x Inverse Variation c What might inverse variation mean? What does the graph look like? c Form of: OR: c Ex. y = k x yx = k X 1 2 3 Y y = 3 x Inverse Variation Example c Graph the relationship between a bike’s speed and the time it takes to travel 24 miles. Rate (mi/h) Time (h) 3 8 6 4 12 2 24 1
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Identify Direct or Inverse c Is the relationship between the variables a direct variation, an inverse variation, or
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Unformatted text preview: neither? Sketch a quick graph. s s 1) Is Y Increasing/decreasing with X? s 2) Is there a consistent relationship? s 3) Sketch quick graph X 1 2 3 Y 3 6 9 Graphing Inverse Variation Draw a graph for x y 6 = Asymptotes? x y 6 = For 1)What are the asymptotes for the function? 2)What is the Domain? 3)What is the Range? Comparing Graphs On the graphing calculator, lets graph: How are these graphs similar/different? Describe any symmetry you see. x y 2 = x y 5 = Comparing Graphs Lets graph How are these graphs similar/different? Describe any symmetry you see. x y 1 = x y 1-= Homework #______ p. 488 #1-9 (describe asymptotes), 33 (make an x-y table, include pos. and neg. values)...
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