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Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity (Review) Stephen Suen Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 1/2

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1.1 The Cartesian plane Denoting points in the xy -plane – the coordinates of a point. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 2/2
1.1 The Cartesian plane Denoting points in the xy -plane – the coordinates of a point. The midpoint formula. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 2/2

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1.1 The Cartesian plane Denoting points in the xy -plane – the coordinates of a point. The midpoint formula. The distance formula – Pythagorean Theorem. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 2/2
1.2 Graphs of equations Lines – the slope-intercept form. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 3/2

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1.2 Graphs of equations Lines – the slope-intercept form. Quadratics – concave up and concave down. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 3/2
1.2 Graphs of equations Lines – the slope-intercept form. Quadratics – concave up and concave down. Cubics. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 3/2

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1.2 Graphs of equations Lines – the slope-intercept form. Quadratics – concave up and concave down. Cubics. Circles – standard form. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 3/2
1.2 Graphs of equations Lines – the slope-intercept form. Quadratics – concave up and concave down. Cubics. Circles – standard form. Absolute values. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 3/2

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1.2 Graphs of equations Lines – the slope-intercept form. Quadratics – concave up and concave down. Cubics. Circles – standard form. Absolute values. Hyperbolas: y = 1 x . Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 3/2
1.2.1 Main Examples Finding the center/radius of a circle – completing squares. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 4/2

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1.2.1 Main Examples Finding the center/radius of a circle – completing squares. Finding the x -intercept and the y -intercept. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 4/2
1.2.1 Main Examples Finding the center/radius of a circle – completing squares. Finding the x -intercept and the y -intercept. Supply, demand, and equilibrium point. Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 4/2

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1.3 Lines in the plane and slope Vertical lines: x = a, (the x -coordinate is a constant) . Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 5/2
1.3 Lines in the plane and slope Vertical lines: x = a, (the x -coordinate is a constant) . Horizontal lines: y = b, (the y -coordinate is a constant) . Chapter 1 Functions, Graphs, Limits, and Continuity – p. 5/2

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1.3 Lines in the plane and slope Vertical lines: x = a, (the x -coordinate is a constant) .
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