L20_filled - Day 25 Lecture 20 Non-Linear Models, part 2 3...

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1 Day 25 Lecture 20 Non-Linear Models, part 2 From Last Time… From Far Away, we see the hill as a hill , not a line . If we zoom in on Bob, from his close up perspective we see the hill looks like a strait line So __________ the hill is a line . If we sample spots on the hill, we see several spots resemble lines In fact, they resemble the curve’s __________ ________. 2 3
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2 Preliminary What is the graph of the function… Specific Case: General Case: Where is the x-intercept? 3 0 Preliminary, 2 If the point is an x-intercept of the graph of a function, then the coordinate is called a __________ or __________ of the function. The word _________ comes from the fact that they are the input values for which a function will output the value _______. Where does the word _________ come from? Suppose your function was then, In the process of solving we see the ________ is the principal square ____________ of 4. 4 4
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3 The shape of a ball thrown The path a moving object follow as it travels through space is called its _____________. It’s hill shaped in this case or what is classically known as a ____________ or ______________ shape. __________ (Not locally)
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L20_filled - Day 25 Lecture 20 Non-Linear Models, part 2 3...

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