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Ch 11: Functions for Trigonometry: Homework Help

About This Chapter

The Functions for Trigonometry chapter of this High School Trigonometry Homework Help course helps students complete their functions homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your functions homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your functions for trigonometry homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Understanding function notation
  • Writing and graphing power functions
  • Learning about radical functions
  • Learning how to shift graphs on a plane
  • Graphing square root and cube root functions
  • Finding discontinuities in functions and graphs
  • Graphing piecewise functions

9 Lessons in Chapter 11: Functions for Trigonometry: Homework Help
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What is a Function: Basics and Key Terms

1. What is a Function: Basics and Key Terms

Mapping numbers sounds complex, but we do it when we buy gasoline. We pump gasoline, and the gas station charges us based on the amount of gas that we pump. Learn how this relates to functions while reviewing the basics and notations in this lesson.

Functions: Identification, Notation & Practice Problems

2. Functions: Identification, Notation & Practice Problems

A function is simply a rule that takes one number and turns it into another. But some special conditions must apply for it to be a true mathematical function. Learn about those conditions and how we write functions here!

What Is Domain and Range in a Function?

3. What Is Domain and Range in a Function?

The domain and range are the possible outputs and inputs of a function. In this lesson, learn about what might restrict the domain and how to figure out the domain and range from a graph.

What is a Power Function? - Definition, Equations, Graphs & Examples

4. What is a Power Function? - Definition, Equations, Graphs & Examples

Power functions have many different varieties of graphs. Use this lesson to distinguish the difference between different types of power functions. Test your knowledge with a short quiz after the lesson!

What is a Radical Function? - Definition, Equations & Graphs

5. What is a Radical Function? - Definition, Equations & Graphs

Radical functions operate very differently than regular functions. This lesson covers the definitions, equations, and graphs that you will need to know to be successful with radical functions.

Discontinuities in Functions and Graphs

6. Discontinuities in Functions and Graphs

In this lesson, we talk about the types of discontinuities that you commonly see in functions. In particular, learn how to identify point, jump and asymptotic discontinuities.

How to Graph Piecewise Functions

7. How to Graph Piecewise Functions

Piecewise functions are specific functions that have more than one piece. There is a special trick to graphing these type of functions, which you will learn in this lesson.

How to Find the Domain of Piecewise Functions

8. How to Find the Domain of Piecewise Functions

The domain of any function is all the values that x can be for that function. Piecewise functions are special functions that have different parts with unique rules for each part. This lesson will show you how to find the domain for piecewise functions.

Transformations: How to Shift Graphs on a Plane

9. Transformations: How to Shift Graphs on a Plane

What is a transformation? Well, it's something that transforms one function into another! To see what I mean and how that looks, check out this lesson!

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