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Topic 1: Given an equation, determine the type of function represented. Topic 2: Given an equation, describe the function’s rate of change. Topic 3: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify a function’s turning points and its intervals of increase and decrease.

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Linear Type: Slope Intercept Form Rate: Constant of +4. Increases: (-∞,∞) Decreases: Never Maximum: None Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,-3)

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Linear Type: Point Slope Form Rate: Constant of +2/3. Increases: (-∞,∞) Decreases: Never Maximum: None Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,3)

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Linear Type: Horizontal Rate: Constant of 0. Increases: Never Decreases: Never Maximum: None Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,5)

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Linear Type: Standard Form Rate: Constant of 3. Increases: (-∞,∞) Decreases: Never Maximum: None Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,4)

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Exponential Type: None Rate: Factor of 2 Increases: (-∞,∞) Decreases: Never Maximum: None Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,-7)

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Exponential Type: None Rate: Factor of 1/2 Increases: Never Decreases: (-∞, ∞) Maximum: None Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,5)

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Quadratic Type: Vertex Form Rate: Changing By +6 Increases: (2, ∞) Decreases: (-∞, 2) Maximum: None Minimum: (2, -3) Y-intercept: (0,9) Turning Point:(2, -3) Y-intercept:

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The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Function: Quadratic Type: Both Forms Rate: Changing By -6 Increases: (-∞, 0) Decreases: (0, ∞) Maximum: (0, 7) Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,7) Turning Point:(0, 7) Y-intercept:

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The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Turning Point:(-1, 8) Function: Quadratic Type: Standard Form Rate: Changing By -4 Increases: (-∞, -1) Decreases: (-1, ∞) Maximum: (-1, 8) Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,6) Y-intercept:

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The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Turning Point:(-1, 8) Function: Quadratic Type: Standard Form Rate: Changing By +6 Increases: (1, ∞) Decreases: (-∞, 1) Maximum: None Minimum: (1, 0) Y-intercept: (0,3) Y-intercept:

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The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Turning Point:(4, 2) Y-intercept: Function: Absolute Value Type: None Rate: -3 until (4,2) then +3 Increases: (4, ∞) Decreases: (-∞, 4) Maximum: None Minimum: (4, 2) Y-intercept: (0,14)

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Y-intercept:The place where a graph cross the y-axis. Topic 4: Given an equation, identify its intercepts. It is the place where the x value is zero. It is written as an ordered pair: (0, #). Turning Point:(-1, 0) Y-intercept: Function: Absolute Value Type: None Rate: +2 until (-1,0) then -2 Increases: (-∞, -1) Decreases: (-1, ∞) Maximum: (-1, 0) Minimum: None Y-intercept: (0,3)

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