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Linear Functions and Their Properties Section 4.1
Average Rate of Change of a Linear Function
Increasing, Decreasing or Constant
Example Only linear functions have a constant rate of change. So, if the average rate of change is not constant, we can conclude the function is not linear. Below are points for a function. Is it a linear function? 2.110.9 8.334.8 12.452.1
Exercise 49 – Page 287
Exercise 22 – Page 322
Exercise 22 – Page 322 - continued
Section 3.4 Objectives: Find function values
1.2 Functions & their properties
Section 2.3 Linear Functions: Slope, Graphs & Models Slope Slope-Intercept Form y = mx + b Graphing Lines using m and b Graphs for Applications.
Properties of Functions Section 1.6. Even functions f(-x) = f(x) Graph is symmetric with respect to the y-axis.
More on Functions and Their Graphs Section 1.3. Objectives Calculate and simplify the difference quotient for a given function. Calculate a function value.
Exercise Exercise3.1 8 Exercise3.1 9 Exercise
Exercise Exercise Exercise Exercise
Section 6.2 One-to-One Functions; Inverse Functions.
Exercise Exercise6.1 7 Exercise6.1 8 Exercise6.1 9.
Section 5.2 One-to-One Functions; Inverse Functions.
Solving Linear Inequalities Chapter 1.6 Part 3. Properties of Inequality.
Concavity and Rates of Change Lesson 2.5. Changing Rate of Change Note that the rate of change of the curve of the top of the gate is changing Consider.
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Exponential Functions Section 1. Exponential Function f(x) = a x, a > 0, a ≠ 1 The base is a constant and the exponent is a variable, unlike a power function.
Anton/Busby Contemporary Linear AlgebraSection 1.1, Pg. 3.
Fitting a Line to Data Chapter 5 Section 4.
Section 4-1: Introduction to Linear Systems. To understand and solve linear systems.
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