# Ch 6: Characteristics & Relationships of Functions

Increase your understanding of the relationships and characteristics of functions ahead of an important exam with help from this informative chapter. These topics are clearly outlined in the video and text lessons provided here, so you can prepare well and do your best.

## Characteristics & Relationships of Functions - Chapter Summary

Our instructors outline the characteristics and relationships of functions in this informative chapter. You'll study the difference between functions and relations, as well as the algebraic function. After completing this chapter, you should be ready to:

• Calculate outputs and inputs of functions
• Detail linear functions with examples
• Understand how the slope and intercept of a linear model is interpreted
• Explain nonlinear functions and provide examples
• Identify intercepts for nonlinear functions
• Describe how families of functions are identified
• Compare the properties of functions graphically, numerically and algebraically
• Outline the functional correlation between quantities

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12 Lessons in Chapter 6: Characteristics & Relationships of Functions
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