1.4_Sketching_Graphs_of_Functions

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1.4__Sketching_of_Graphs_of_Functions.notebook 1 September 10, 2009 Unit 1: Characteristics of Functions and Properties 1.4 Sketching Graphs of Functions Recall intervals of increase intervals of decrease odd function even function countinous function discontinuity turning point 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 (‐ x ) = ‐ f ( x ) any function that is symmetric about the y ‐axis; algebraically, all even functions have the property f (‐ x ) = ‐ f ( x ) any function that does not contain any holes or breaks over its entire domain a break in the graph of a function is called a point of discontinuity

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