Ch 23: ACT Math: Types of Functions

Get ready for the ACT Math section by completing this chapter on the different types of functions. The chapter's engaging lessons and practice assessments offer you a quick way to review these topics as you prepare for the ACT.

ACT Math: Types of Functions - Chapter Summary

If you need to study for the ACT Math section, work through this chapter to review different types of functions and practice solving function problems. The chapter provides short and engaging lessons that show you how to work with a variety of functions, including linear, polynomial, recursive and quadratic functions. Upon completion of the chapter, you should be able to:

• Recognize composite, linear, exponential, quadratic and recursive functions
• Evaluate exponential and linear modeling from real-world scenarios
• Model with quadratic and polynomial functions
• Factor and simplify polynomial functions
• Use the recursive sequence formula

When you finish a lesson, you can make sure you fully understand the material by taking the accompanying self-assessment quiz. Take the chapter exam to practice applying your math skills. If you have any questions about the material, you can reach out to our subject-matter experts online.

12 Lessons in Chapter 23: ACT Math: Types of Functions
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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