Pre-Calculus 12 Date;
Section 9.2: Analyzing Rational Functions Page l on
. Last day we looked at graphs of rational functions that had vertical asymptotes. We also found that the vertical
asymptote
Pre-Calculus 12
Section 5.1: Graphing Sine and Cosine Functions
Date:
Page 1 of4
Do you remember how to
nd the sine value at any
given angle?
How about nding the
cosine value at any given
angle
. 2. ' i n RadicalE nations Gra hicall
Solve the equation x 5 =
w x+
hen using graphing technolog
Algebraic: x 5 = Jx + 7
Graphically: x - 5 = «ix + 7
Y1 =
Y2=
Window: [ , ] [ ]
Date:
Pa
lrc-(lalculus 12 D3135
. . . . P 1 f4
Sectlon 9.]: Rational Functions Usmg Transformations age 0
Recall that a rational function can be written in the form where p(::) and 40:) are
polynomial expres
Lets put what you learned last da
abl
MEL Determine a sinusoidal
Transformations of Sinusoidal Functions Part 2 3° 1 0
y in Section 5.2 part I to good use today. Here you will need to be
e to loo
PIe-Caleulus 12
Section 5.3: The Tangent Function
g . How c
how t an we graph out the tangent graph? Lets use the data we know about SINE and COSINE 311d
angent 18 related to both of them.
Date: