Struggling with rational functions? Here are all of the tutorials I’ve made about rational functions. These posts should help point you in the right direction!
Now that you’ve mastered the basics of graphing rational functions, let’s get into some of the complicated details. Today we’ll discuss slant asymptotes and holes in the graph.
Now that we’ve covered some of the basics of rational functions, let’s dive into graphing them. In this post I’ll talk about how to graph basic rational functions, and in the next post I’ll explain how to deal with more complicated rational functions.
When I learned how to sketch polynomials I felt like I had gained a superpower. For some reason it always struck me as such a neat thing to be able to do. As they say, with great power comes great responsibility, so I am responsibly sharing my superpower with you!
Today let’s work on graphing quadratic functions. A quadratic function is a quadratic equation where instead of 0 on one side of the equals sign, you have or . Remember: every point on a graph is an x, y pair that makes the function equation true. For purposes of demonstration, let’s use this function: First …