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# Pre Calc, week 4 Math 1300

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Blake Regan
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jake Mandel on Tuesday September 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Math 1300 at Ohio University taught by Blake Regan in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Pre-Calculus in Math at Ohio University.

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Date Created: 09/13/16
Section 2.2­3.2:  1) Radicals and Power functions reflect over the line y=x; Radicals start increasing at a  faster pace and then start to even out, where power functions start increasing slowly then  more rapidly.  2) Smaller Inputs have larger Radicals, where larger inputs have larger power functions.  a) The product, quotient, and power rule of Radicals do not work if the radicals have  more than one term.        3) If the domain or range of the radical functions are (negative infinity, negative infinity) it  stays the same.          4) For polynomial and Rational power inequalities/equations you need to factor the equation  down until you find the zeros.       5) The domain of rational functions is found by breaking the numerator and denominator  down to simplest form, then you cancel out anything that matches, and those matches are you  holes.   ­To find the Vertical Asymptotes, you set the denominator equal to zero and solve for x.  ­To find the Horizontal Asymptotes you take the leading term of the numerator and the  denominator and compare their exponents.   ­If the numerators exponents is < the denominators exponent then the X­axis is the  Horizontal Asymptotes, If the numerator and the denominators leading terms exponents are = to  each other then you divide the leading terms coefficients. If the numerator is greater than the  Denominator then there is no horizontal Asymptote.   ­The Y­intercept is found by putting a zero in for x to the entire equation and solving.        6) On your graph the lines will never touch any of the Asymptotes, however the will come  very close to them.

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