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Week 3 - "7 ‘L 22 3 7p—S‘x—thS’ Ex Let f(x =...

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" E “" l To figure out the vertical asymptote for rational function of the form )2: —}all we have to do is to find the x—values that will make g(x)= 0. These x—values $75]le make y go to infinity (positively or negatively larger and larger] which 1n turn make the vertical asymptotes. +. 2 Ex: Find‘ the vertical asymptotes of the rational function y = x m 5.3.5.2 3 , _ . x 3"g(x) i T6 AAA m \lA CWN‘HCAQ Await) W >534) )> 56"} $3 QAWEW Similarly Horizontal Asymptotes are defined as x gets positively or negatively larger Mr [approaches infinity] what y— -Vaiue dries the rational function , x + 2 _f(x) «m y — — —-— approach , x— 3 g(x) - ' + 2 Ex: Find the horizontal asymptotes of the rational function y = x = fl ‘ x —— 3 g(x) , 1 Observe: Any term of the form 7 —> 0 as X gets positively or negatively larger and x larger. % "+3: Cox/gm N‘ H'Av ===> if: _ ( . 1 X2 ‘4 WW Ml .— m___ X“\ Ex: Sketch the graph oi y = i— l Specify the intercepts, asymptotes and whether . x _ 4 F...___,__7 u , I. W (“WxJahe graph ever crosses on al Asymptote. Include all the above information your sketch. ' Note: A rational function usually consists of several branches separated by 7 _ asymptotes. An asymptote is a line such that the distance between the line and l curve approaches zero as it gets larger and larger. The last important thing to remember while graphing rational functions 15 can the . function ever cross the Horizontal Asymptote? WWW;W ~WWWWu lave/wow? JW‘WC ‘3-—— ”Xi-‘2 ' Omssivxg; . w” ”V3 ' sq) was 1?! f (g ‘ 2'. “+2 W ' 7 e \ WA/ ‘3, | Q ”Xx—3) equaljfiw “Use the example above to find at what values of x if a y the rational function' IS 7 crossing the Horizontal Asymptote. W 2 _ 9m W20 95[ W6 N0 Orbss‘wfi‘ ‘ I. ; _ Graph the functio y— —— x+ 2 $32 by labeling all th Important Note: A function can never Cross the f'ertlcal” symptote WWWWW®l92MAW1w* W x - . (W’vb x: _ HWfl $433M lam-d ‘l/ (WW/2, t}: 3.? $13 WOW“; lt/Ie’ 2 _. . EX: Sketch the graph of y =-. x2 :4“: . Specify the int cepts, asymptotes and . x ~ — ' whether the graph ever crosses the Horizontal Asymptote Include all the above information in your sketch. . Note: Pay speciai attention to the domain._ 3 ‘-—— /___-_._____.—- "Does ”63%“ «ax/or 62/333391» type? Slant Asymptote will Show up in the homework but not in your exams: W _. 2 1 x“. Then Ex: Show that the line y = -—x is a slant asymptote for the graph y = . x sketch the graph with the asymptotes and intercepts. 31W be {SM/3 Weds Wu it W 30301 m MW f9 graham, “Hm/k “UM (Rama. WWW Tm 3&3) F NO H‘A’ _ (kg (‘5 WA- ‘ - “flak 7 {0> % MOI/L6 WW x2+x~6 x -— 3 Asymptotes (Vertical, Horizontal, orSlant) Ex: Graph the function y = by finding out the x—int(s), y—int [5), All Chapter 5: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Exponential Functions [5.1) W )(WWM Definition: Let b denote a positive consta ther than 1. The exponential function 7 with base b is defined by the equationi b > 0, b #1 New 1 TM hm 1) 25m ' F _ ' ‘Q/LFOMCN’r: WVLEM ' ‘6 a _L "D ' 2,75 3‘1 13 4 l ) b ‘7 a {3 [i ) _ _ la # te 23: x2 y: «f; are no r.- examples of exponential functions. T ase has to be constant' In order to quahf as one. final Range: ‘ CO ) i Difference between the two ra hs: g p M m “We? RJ‘M 33$ QAC’EIA' 3W? agmém‘fi WINS Now on I will not plot points to refer to a standard exponential function graph. Instead the shape as above will be drawn for y = b", b > 0, b #1 NOW SkEtCh : y 2 __2x and COmpare it to the graph of 12:.) I - V7 - ..,_:E-“"E-, % h Range; (fl 09) fl) w Difference between the two graphs: . t. "x \ q _ x .L Y?— “2 Is “he 'Y‘e'thEC/bflh acmss M Tome/S - plotting points by tl‘gl 'iag‘nug amngj 1' 2X EX: Sketch =4" on the same set ofaxes. Ex: Sketch 3222", y .3" How does the change in the base value affect the shape of the general look of an exgnentialgraph? Vm L9 be COWS gym 111 11111 MW ”WVWW Properties of Graphs of Exponential Functions: Let for): b", b > 0 b #1. Then the graph of f(X]: 1] Is continuous for all real numbers 1 “\f 2) Haswxs._ [{4“ (01 I) 3) Passes through the point @a 4) Lies above the x- axis which" is a hor ontal asymptote either as ‘9) ~— 0 x—> co or x —> —oo but not both 5] Increase as x increases if b>1, decreases as x increases" - 1 QM“. Fun—h- _ 6) fix) 15 one to one, t at IS intersects any horizontal l .1 e at most once. g_______._.. Solve the following exponential equations: Ex: Solve for t: (1?” z 9"6 I W3 A? W-Q +k1 (bet/L0. _-_ .. +0 be He 3W 4% 1m Life :: (”ELY-g @390 . ’ E :“E £3 RQW‘. 7‘ ‘5 Ex: Solve for x: 372‘” = 9"” _ 2 E , C58 )2“: [39‘ 7M "-qt :4 ~12, 3(11 1-4) “—1 ll“) t Z '5 Cm: 4% 2w '=-~> 71:45:?— ==7 f—‘v Properties ofreal number-exponents for 17", b> 0, b :21 ' lo 7 ' W l0 4 ' example: 331'? example: 32 2 . example: 33 =%/3—2 _ j— Wu- 4) If xis irrational, pproximat . b" with b’" where r :‘x example 3‘5 z 31'2 ' ___?" m Remember:All the properties related to exponents will hold true for 1-4 ...
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