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Domain = set of first elements of a pair. Ex. (1,2)(1,3)(2,4),(3,5) Domain - {1,2,3} Not a function because x repeats (only a function if x does not repeat)

Range = Set of all second elements of ordered pairs in a relation. . Ex. (1,2)(1,3)(2,4),(3,5) Range {2,3,4,5}

1. Graph equation -make x | y table.. put in some values to plot - to see if satisfies equation; fill in x or y value see if it equals EX. 2. Graph

for (2/3, 3/2)

-start with x/y table. Enter x values over interval -1 to 5 x|Y -graph will be a v-shape -put x in equation to get y Function= relation with no repetition of first elements in ordered pair -Ex. (1,2)(1,3)(2,4),(3,5) not a function because the 1 s repeat

**- insert the values of each given x into the function: Continue for all numbers
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-Graph -create a table of x|y values -Over the interval [-2,2] the graph is an upside down u with bottom touching at 0. -any real number can be squared- squaring function has all real # s for domain - y=x^2 is always positive or zero, so range of function is interval

Find domain and range of function y=g(x) on graph -Graph shows domain of g is x-extent of graph, interval [-9,10]

8] Find Domain of Function x cannot equal 5 because denominator would be 0. Domain of h =All real numbers= Algebra Functions: Operation Addition of functions: Subtraction of functions: Multiplication of functions: Multiplication of a real number With a function Division of functions Above are only defined for values of x that are in domains of both f and g. Any value of x that makes denominator 0 must be excluded. domain is Domain of Any real number for x.-Graph shows range of g is y-extent of graph. 0 is undefined Domain of f = {x|x } Interval notation. EX Definition Sum of Sum of . interval [-4.

-2). y-interceppt is the point (0.-2) Given slope m=3 start with slope intercept form: Know line goes through point (1.-10) Slope Intercept Form : y=mx+b Y-intercept is the point where y crosses y-axis y-b Find slope and y-intercept of this equation: y=5x+7 y=5x+7 in form y=mx+b slope of m=5.7) and (5.7) Find slope and y-intercept of this equation: 2x+3y=6 Slope of m= Find equation of line with slop 3 through the point (1.Linear functions graphs are straight lines Slope Intercept forms: m=slope b=y-intercept Rise=x and run=y if run=0 then undefined Slope = Formula for Slope of a Line: = Ex: Find slope of line through points (-4. know that y=-2 Substitute these values into equation: . and y-intercept b=7 y-intercept is 7 and line crosses y-axis at (0.7). This means when x=1.

2) and (5.-1) 1. so x=-3 and y=2 7/8=b .-3) Start with slope intercept form: y=mx+b Substitute points (5.-3) -3=-10/3 + b slope intercept form Find equation of line through points (-3. Find slope of line through the two given points 3. Substitute either of given points into equation. solve for b.So equation of this line is: Find equation of line with slope m= through point (5. Plug into slope-intercept equation: 4.

Substitute given info into point slope form 3/8(x-3) Find equation line through (-4.10) and simplify Find equation of line through points (-9.-3) and (-3. Find slope of line through 2 given points 2. Leave point-slope 1. Y-axis contains all points with x-coordinate equal to 0 Vertical Line-Equations of x-axis is y=0. Plug slope into point-slope form using point (-4. using point (-3.10) and (11.-7).-7). X-axis contains all points with y-coordinate equal to 0 . Leave point-slope ( 3) 9 (y _2-y_1)/( )/(x _2-x_(1)) )=((-7) 3))(-3) 9 (y_2-y_1)/(x_2-x_1 )=((-7) 3))(- Substitute the slope you found along with the point (-3. Substitute y-intercept into equation: Point-Slope Form of Equation of a line: If know slope (m) and goes )through pt ( Point slope line with slope 1.5.-7) into point-slope form Vertical Line-Equation of y-axis is: x=0.-20) using point-slope.

Parallel Lines Find Equation of line parallel to line 2x-3y=12 passing through point (2. Since slope is not in slope-intercept form need to solve for y. Sub.-1) Find slope of given line.-1) into equation and solve for b.-1) use slope intercept Substitute given point (2. We seek equation of the line with slope 2/3 that goes through point (2.-1) given below: . X=2 and y=-1: Equation of line parallel to line 2x-3y=12 through the point (2.

Sign) Example: Lines with slopes 3 and -1/3 are perpendicular.Perpendicular Lines:negative reciprocal slopes (reciprocals with oppos.y) that Ax+By>C then shade above line If true for all points (x.y) that Ax+By<C then shade below line Graph solution set of inequality Replace inequality with an equal sign and graph line. Equation line perpendicular line 2x-5y=20 passing point (2.-5) into equation: Thus our lines equation is: Linear Inequalities: If true that Ax+By=C then have a line If true for all points (x.-5) So slope of line is Need line with slope equal to negative reciprocal of We seek a line with slope Slope-intercept form. substituting the x and y coordinates (2. equation of line is: Solve for b. 2x+3y=6. Solve for x=0 and y=0 Plot points and draw line .

-7). y=-3 Since inequality is in slope-intercept form and is of the form . then the point (x.0) into yes.y) is below the line Graph inequality Graph solid line y=2x-7.y=-7 x=2. Since in slope-intercept form.0) is below line.y) is above the line If y<mx+b. know y-intercept is (0. (Origin is good to use (0. then the point (x. If using < or > use dotted line so shade where (0. A point whose coordinates satisfy inequality is in the solution region. we ll set x=2 (or any other value) x=0.Plug in any number not on the line into original inequality.0)) Plug in (0. To get second point on line. Inequalities in Slope-Intercept Form: If inequality is of the form y>mx+b then shade above line If inequality is of form y<mx+b then shade below line If y=mx+b.y) is on the line If y>mx+b. then the point (x.

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