Identifying, solving, and graphing various types of functions. What is a function. Difference between Equations and Functions. Function example problems. Ex: Constructing a function. Understanding Function Notation Example 1). Understanding Function Notation Example 2). Understanding Function Notation Example 3). Understanding function notation. Testing if a relationship is a function. Graphical Relations and Functions. Functions as Graphs. Recognizing functions (example 1). Recognizing functions (example 2). Recognizing functions. Relations and Functions. Functional Relationships 1. Recognizing functions (example 3). Recognizing functions (example 4). Recognizing functions (example 5). Recognizing functions 2. Domain of a function. Domain and Range of a Relation. Domain and Range of a Function Given a Formula. Domain and Range 1. Domain of a Radical Function. Domain of a function. Domain and Range 2. Domain and Range of a Function. Range of a function. Domain and range from graphs. Domain and range from graph. Direct and Inverse Variation. Recognizing Direct and Inverse Variation. Proportionality Constant for Direct Variation. Direct and inverse variation. Direct Variation Models. Direct Variation 1. Inverse Variation Application. Direct Inverse and Joint Variation. Direct Variation Application. Ex 1: Evaluating a function. Ex 2: Graphing a basic function. Graphing a parabola with a table of values. Ex 4: Graphing radical functions. Ex: Graphing exponential functions. Views of a function. Interpreting a graph exercise example. Interpreting graphs of linear and nonlinear functions. Quotient of Functions. Sum of Functions. Product of Functions. Difference of Functions. Evaluating a function expression. Evaluating expressions with function notation. Evaluating composite functions example. Evaluating composite functions. Introduction to Function Inverses. Function Inverse Example 1. Function Inverses Example 2. Function Inverses Example 3. Inverses of functions. New operator definitions. New operator definitions 1. New operator definitions 2. New operator definitions 2. Introduction to functions. Functions Part 2. Functions (Part III). Functions (part 4). What is a function. Difference between Equations and Functions. Function example problems. Ex: Constructing a function. Understanding Function Notation Example 1). Understanding Function Notation Example 2). Understanding Function Notation Example 3). Understanding function notation. Testing if a relationship is a function. Graphical Relations and Functions. Functions as Graphs. Recognizing functions (example 1). Recognizing functions (example 2). Recognizing functions. Relations and Functions. Functional Relationships 1. Recognizing functions (example 3). Recognizing functions (example 4). Recognizing functions (example 5). Recognizing functions 2. Domain of a function. Domain and Range of a Relation. Domain and Range of a Function Given a Formula. Domain and Range 1. Domain of a Radical Function. Domain of a function. Domain and Range 2. Domain and Range of a Function. Range of a function. Domain and range from graphs. Domain and range from graph. Direct and Inverse Variation. Recognizing Direct and Inverse Variation. Proportionality Constant for Direct Variation. Direct and inverse variation. Direct Variation Models. Direct Variation 1. Inverse Variation Application. Direct Inverse and Joint Variation. Direct Variation Application. Ex 1: Evaluating a function. Ex 2: Graphing a basic function. Graphing a parabola with a table of values. Ex 4: Graphing radical functions. Ex: Graphing exponential functions. Views of a function. Interpreting a graph exercise example. Interpreting graphs of linear and nonlinear functions. Quotient of Functions. Sum of Functions. Product of Functions. Difference of Functions. Evaluating a function expression. Evaluating expressions with function notation. Evaluating composite functions example. Evaluating composite functions. Introduction to Function Inverses. Function Inverse Example 1. Function Inverses Example 2. Function Inverses Example 3. Inverses of functions. New operator definitions. New operator definitions 1. New operator definitions 2. New operator definitions 2. Introduction to functions. Functions Part 2. Functions (Part III). Functions (part 4).

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