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monomial function
coefficient
output-specifying code
exponent
power
Chapter 5
Regular Monomial Functions
- Local Analysis
Output At x0 , 78 Plot Point, 81 Normalization, 82 Output Near
and Near 0, 84 Graph Place Near and Near 0, 93 Local Graph Near
and
Cubic function
cube function
cube coefficient
Chapter 13
Cubic Functions: Local
Analysis
Input-Output Pairs, 210 Local I-O Rule Near , 212 Local Graph
Near , 213 Local Features Near , 214 Addition Formula For
Cubes, 216 Local I-O Rule Near x0 , 219 Local
affinefunction
linearcoefficient
constantcoefficient
Chapter 9
Affine Functions: Local
Analysis
Output at x0 , 147 Output near , 148 Output near x0 , 150 Local
graphs, 153 Local Feature-signs, 156.
Affine functions are specified by a global input-output r
type
Chapter 6
Regular Monomial Functions
- Global Analysis
Types of Global Input-Output Rules, 101 Output Sign, 102 Output
Qualitative Size, 108 Reciprocity, 111 Global Graphing, 117 Types of
Global Graphs, 122.
The Global Analysis of regular monomial fu
Quadratic function
square function
Chapter 11
Quadratic Functions: Local
Analysis
Input-Output Pairs, 174 Local I-O Rule Near , 176 Local Graph
Near , 177 Local Features Near , 178 Addition Formula For
Squares, 180 Local I-O Rule Near x0 , 182 Local Coeff
number
specify
quantities
plain counting number
element
plain decimal number
substance
Chapter 1
Numbers
Plain Numbers, 17 Signed Numbers, 18 Quantitative Rulers, 19
Comparing Signed Numbers, 21 Infinity, 22 Neighborhoods, 23
Qualitative Sizes, 25.
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local behavior
nearby inputs
local analysis
locate
global analysis
local graph
Chapter 3
Graphic Local Analysis
Local Graph Near a Given Input, 35 Sides of Local Graph Near A Given
Input, 37 Local Code, 40 Local Height, 42 Extreme-Height Inputs, 47
0-hei
observe
pair
observed state
reference state
Chapter 2
Functions
Relations, 13 Quantitative Screens, 15 Functions, 18 Functions
Specified By A Graph, 19 Functions Specified By A Global I-O Rule, 23
Global Analysis, 25 Joining Smoothly?, 26 Thickening the
base function
add-on number
add-on function
sum function
Chapter 8
Prelude To Polynomial
Functions
Adding Functions, 141 Binomial Functions, 143 Graphs of Binomial
Functions, 144 Trinomial Functions, 147 Comparing Monomial
Functions, 148.
As already menti
approximate
constant function
Chapter 7
Exceptional Monomial
Functions
Outputs Of Constant Functions, 122 Graphs Of Constant Functions, 123
Features Of Constant Functions, 125 Output Of Linear Functions At
x0 , 127 Outputs Of Linear Functions near and 0,