Group Members: Sofia and Rachel
Evaluating exponential functions
The variable in the function is an exponent
Simplest form: y=a^x, where a > 0, and a is not 1.
Graphs of exponential functions
Group Members: Max (The best) and Jose (The other one)
Line of Best Fit
The Chi Squared Test of Independence
What you need to know (+ Tips & Tricks) :
Group Members: Maia and Ricky
Properties of functions
Where functions meet
Properties of functions:
Utilize zoom box to see clearly the x and y intercepts.
o Wheres ZOOM BOX? (zoom: o
Group Members: Delfina and Maria
Chapter 6, Unit 1
Types of data
Simple quantitative discrete data.
Grouped quantitative discrete data.
Quantitative continuous data.
Measuring the centre of data.
Measuring the spread of data.
Box and w
Group Members: Ines & Luis
Chapter: 18 - Unit 4
Graphing Exponential Functions
Domain is always: (,-) or All real numbers
Asymptote is a straight line that continua
Group Members: Ambar and Marina
Rates of Change
Instantaneous Rates of Change
The Derivative Function
Rules of Differentiation
Equations of Tangents
Normals to Curves
When finding a derivative, a number that is
Group Members: Francisco Seambelar and Surge
Chapter 19 (unit 3)
Find the axes intercepts
Turning points (local maxima and local minima)
Domain and range
Values of x where function does not exist
Presence of asymptotes
Tips/Tricks: In ca
Group Members: Ryan Dean and Celeste Kang.
Chapter: Unit 1 Chapter 6
Classifying variables as categorical, quantitative discrete, or quantitative
Frequency and relative frequency of data
Mean, median and mode
Group Members: Alejandra Sanz y Luca Verdejo
Chapter 20 Unit 5
Rates of change
Instantaneous rates of change
The derivative function
Rules of differentiation
Equations of tangents
Normals to curves
dy/dx is to find the der
Group Members: Isabella Martins and Francisco Espina
Determining if two variables have correlation (whether the variables are related or
associated). Moreover, determine if the correlation is positive or negative and weak or