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1.3 Notes: Analyze Characteristics of Functions
A variety of characteristics and behaviors of a function can be described by looking at its graph, including:
domain and range
x-in
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1.5 Notes: Composition and Decomposition of Functions
Composition of Functions
(f o g ) (x ) or f ( g (x ) :
( g of ) ( x ) or g (f (x ) :
the output of function g becomes the input
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1.2 Notes: Evaluating Functions
Function Notation: A way to name and evaluate functions.
Given f(x):
f is the name of the function. Using different letters easily denotes different
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1.3 Analyzing Functions Extra Practice
Analyze each of the following functions.
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Find f(0) if
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1.4 Notes: Transformations of Graphs
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You already know that any function of the form f(x)=mx+b is a
and graphs a
. A major goal of this course is for students to be able to identify
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1.3 Notes-Day 1: Graph and Analyze Piecewise Functions
A piecewise function is a function defined by two or more equations over a specified domain.
Given, f(x) =
3x 4, x < 0
3x + 1,
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1.5-1.6 Notes: Composition of Functions and Inverses Graphically
Graph the inverse of each given function.
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Given the graph of f (x ) and g (x ) , evaluate each inverse or c