Math 1.1 and 1.2 notes
Math 1.1 and 1.2 notes MATH 1101
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1/14 .polynomials- an algebraic expression containing a finite number of addition, subtraction, and multiplication of constants and non-negative integer power. A polynomial can’t have negative powers of variables, fraction power of variables, variables in a denominator, or variables in a radicle. Ex: 5x-2y General form of a polynomial in x An x X+An-1 Leading term: the term with the highest power. The coefficient of the leading term is the leading coefficient. The highest degree is the degree. . Removing parenthesis a(b+c) Ab+ac. . Foil (front x front outer x outer inside x inside last x last) (A+b).(c+d)= ac+ad+bc+bd foiling is a way of simplifying two functions. . 1.1 Functions Two sets can have correspondence. Each element in the set corresponds with at least one element in the other set. 1 to 1 correspondence- each element corresponds uniquely to an element on the other set. Function- a correspondence such that there is only one response. This means that for every input, there is only one output. An output can have two inputs, though It is not a function if it has more than one correspondence between sets. Common notation y=f(x) (F of x) also known as function notation X=independent variable (input) Y=dependent variable (outcome) Can be shown in a table X |-1|0|1 | Y |1|2|3 | A graph(see in figure 1) And in a formula Y=x+2 Domain: all possible x values Range: all potential y values 1/19 .Function rules: The denominator cannot equal 0 The expression under a square root (radicand) has to be greater than or equal to 0. .Evaluate a function You put a variable into the function to get your y value. Figure 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2 3 4 Vertical line test: a relationship is a function if the graph can’t be intersected by a vertical line more than ounce. How to find domain: check to see if x follows function rules. If there is no fractions or radicands, domain is all real numbers. If there is, then see function rules Interval notation- use interval notation to display possible domain values. Ex: (-∞,∞) [-2,∞) use parenthesis ( ( ) if you can equal the number, and a bracket (]) if you cannot equal the number. For the number Infinity, for example, you’d use a bracket. In equations with multiple domain conditions, both conditions have to be satisfied. Ex: X≠0 X≥-5 .Determining if a relationship is a function. Vertical line test: (see above) The output can’t have an even exponent. .finding function expression Ex: 3X+2Y=5 solve for Y and you get 3x-5/2 Graphing functions: find the corresponding y values for x Ex: Y= X+1 X|-2|-1|0|1|2 Y|-1|0|1|2|3 And put their corresponding X and Y values on a graph. Chart Title 5 4 3 2 1 0 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 -1 -2 .How to find intercepts For the x intercept, let Y=0, solve for X For Y intercept, let x=0, solve for Y Ex: Y=2X+ 4 subtract four, then divide by the coefficient -4/2, and you get X=-2. 1.2 .Linear functions are functions that can be written in the form Y=mx+b. it increases at a steady rate. In 3x+ 5 M=3 B=5 The domain is all real numbers The range is all real numbers Y intercept is Mx0+B X intercept is 0=MX+b Linear functions always have straight lines. If a line on a graph slopes up, m is positive, if it slopes down, it is negative, and it is straight, M is 0. If the line is vertical, it is not a function.
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