Ch 19: Composing Functions

About This Chapter

Let us help you understand the process of composing functions with these fun lessons. This chapter examines how to compose functions, evaluate composite functions and model linear relationships between two quantities.

Composing Functions - Chapter Summary

Take time to review this chapter if you want to strengthen your ability to compose functions. Lessons delve into this math concept by providing definitions and clear examples of composite and inverse functions, common algebraic expressions, linear relationships and more. View the lessons when your schedule permits. In no time, you will be prepared to:

  • Compose functions, and evaluate functions that have been composed
  • Convert domain and range values into ordered pairs, then construct a graph
  • Evaluate composite functions
  • Write, find and predict the existence of inverse functions
  • Identify the most common equations in algebra

Watch the fun video lessons from your computer, smartphone or tablet to strengthen your knowledge of the process of composing functions wherever you can access the Internet. Read full transcripts of the lessons if you prefer to review the lessons in print. Assess your understanding of functions by taking short multiple-choice quizzes. If you answer any questions incorrectly, simply click the link next to the answer to revisit the related portion of the video lesson.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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