1.3_Properties_of_Graphs_of_Functions

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1.3__Properties_of_Graphs_of_Functions.notebook 1 September 09, 2009 Unit 1: Characteristics of Functions and Properties 1.3 Properties of Graphs of Functions Recall Parent Functions: NAMES To describe these graphs we'll need Key Words: the interval(s) within a function’s domain, where the y ‐values of the function get larger, moving from left to right intervals of increase intervals of decrease odd function even function continuous function discontinuity end behaviour describing what happens to the y‐values of the function as x gets large (x approaches ∞) and as x gets small (x approaches –∞) the interval(s) within a function’s domain, where the y ‐values of the function get larger, moving from left to right the interval(s) within a function’s domain, where the y ‐values of the function get smaller, moving from left to right any function that has rotational symmetry about the origin; algebraically, all odd functions have the property f
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2012 for the course MAT 107 taught by Professor Sda during the Spring '11 term at Beacon FL.

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