# Ch 14: Algebra II: Graphing and Functions

Use these lessons to develop your understanding of algebraic graphing and functions. Memorize key formulas, get better grades, prepare for a test, or simply get in some extra practice with functions, inverse functions, and more.

## Algebra II: Graphing and Functions - Chapter Summary

In mathematics, we often examine the relationships between numbers, including the relationships between the inputs and outputs of equations. These lessons provide a thorough explanation of how to use graphing and functions to note the relationships between numbers and to solve problems. Our lessons have been prepared by experienced educators with extensive knowledge of advanced mathematics. They know the concepts you need to go over, and they can explain each concept in an easy-to follow lesson format. Furthermore, besides providing you with key terms, definitions, and formula examples, our instructors also use real world examples, allowing you to grasp the applications of these topics. By the close of the chapter, you should be prepared to:

• Describe the basic functions of graphing
• Identify the graphing and compounding functions of functions
• Analyze how to graph the inverse function
• Check out factoring and the properties of polynomial functions
• Examine simplifying polynomial functions and exponentials
• Define the natural log, logarithms, and exponentials
• Compare tangents and slopes on a graph
• Explain the point-slope formula to show the equation of a line
• Point out vertical and horizontal asymptotes
• Offer examples of implicit functions

11 Lessons in Chapter 14: Algebra II: Graphing and Functions
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