Lesson 24 - Lesson 24 Piecewise-defined function function described by more than one expression the domain of the function is the domain of each

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Unformatted text preview: Lesson 24 Piecewise-defined function: - function described by more than one expression - the domain of the function is the domain of each piece together - keep in mind a piecewise-defined function must meet the requirements of a function (every input has exactly one output) Example 1: Sketch the graph of . (¡) ¢ £ { ¤££££££££££¥ £¡ ¦ §¨ §©££££££¥ £¡ ª §¨ Example 2: Sketch the graph of , list the domain and range in interval notation, list the intervals where the function is increasing, decreasing and constant, list the intercepts as ordered pairs. (¡) ¢ £ { ¡ ¤ £££££££££££¥¦£¡ § ¨ ©¡££££££¥¦£¨ ª ¡ § « ¬£££££££££££££¥¦£¡ ­ « Example 3: Given the graph of the function , list the domain and range in interval notation, list the intervals where the function is increasing, decreasing and constant, list the intercepts as ordered pairs....
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Lesson 24 - Lesson 24 Piecewise-defined function function described by more than one expression the domain of the function is the domain of each

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