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The graph crosses the x-axis up to n times and has up to n - 1 vertices (points where the function changes direction). The domain is all real numbers.
a function that can be written in the form f(x)=ax^2+bx+c, where a, b & c are real numbers and a is not equal to zero
y = mx + b
direct variation function
The straight-line graph goes through the origin. The domain is x ≥ 0 (as shown) for most real-world applications.
The graph contains the origin if b is positive. In most real-world applications, the domain is nonnegative real numbers if b is positive and positive real numbers if b is negative.
y = ab^x
Inverse Variation function
Both of the axes are asymptotes. The domain is x ≠ 0. For most real-world applications, the domain is x > 0.
Rational Algebraic function
A rational function has a discontinuity (asymptote or missing point) where the denominator is 0; it may have horizontal or other asymptotes.
Absolute Value Function
any f(x) = | x |
- Many different line segments put together to form one graph
A pair of numbers that can be used to locate a point on a coordinate plane.
A Smart Art graphic type that compares connections between concepts.
the point where the line crosses the y-axis
the point where the line crosses the x-axis
The point where two sides meet. (Shared end points of the line segments of a polygon.)
f(x) = axb (a variable with a constant exponent)
domain-all real numbers
A relationship that graphs as a straight line. This means y is changing at a constant enterval.
a number produced by raising a base to an exponent
How do you write an equation in standard form?
Quadratic (Standard Form)
Exponential (Standard Form)
Quadratic (Parent Function)
Inversely Proportional (Parent Function)
Quadratic (Function Notation)
Directly Proportional (Also linear) (Function Notation)
Inversely Proportional (Function Notation)