Graphing Functions

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Graphing functions can be difficult, but these online resources make it a lot easier. Watch a free video and learn how to graph an inverse function, or find a graphing exercise from Texas Instruments and follow along with your own calculator.
Interactive tutorial and explanation involving qudratic functions (graphing and equations).

The perfect study site for high school, college students and adult learners. Get help to do your homework, refresh your memory, prepare for a test, ....

Several pages on description of inverse functions, how to derive them, and some specific examples, some of which are only for more advanced students.

In this Early Edge video lesson, you'll learn more about Slope and y-intercept, so you can be successful when you take on high-school Math & Algebra.

In this Early Edge video lesson, you'll learn more about Graphing Equations, so you can be successful when you take on high-school Math & Algebra.

This website contains a detailed analysis on the algebra involved in solving for the general solutions to cubic and quartic equations. Multiple methods and some examples are presented.

The page gives a good idea of how the exponents and coefficients helps with the behavior of a graph of a given polynomial.

Using this virtual manipulative you may: * Graph a function * Trace a point along the graph * Dynamically vary function parameters * Change the range of values displayed in the graph * Graph multiple functions * Restrict the domain of a function * Zoom in on a region of the graph

This site gives an overview of various transformations of functions, with graphs, including vertical and horizontal shifts; amplitude and scale.

Reference for the signs of trig functions in each quadrant with diagram.

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