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Ch 5: Functions as Models

About This Chapter

Master functions as models with this overview that includes linear, exponential, and logarithmic functions, among others. These concise lessons are a handy resource for individuals preparing for an exam or catching up on missed class time.

Functions as Models - Chapter Summary

As you make your way through these mobile-friendly lessons on functions as models, you'll verify your understanding of how quadratic functions are used to model a situation. During your studies, you'll gain a deeper understanding of what's involved in modeling with rational functions. After completing the chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Discuss how exponential and logarithmic functions are used in modeling
  • Explain how to model situations using linear and exponential functions
  • Provide an overview of rational equations used in modeling
  • Describe what's involved in modeling with polynomial functions
  • Model a data set using quadratic functions

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Chapter Practice Exam
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