# Ch 15: Graphing Functions

Use the following online study guide to help you learn the basics of graphing. These short, engaging video lessons and self-assessment quizzes present the basics of graphing for your review.

## Graphing Functions - Chapter Summary

Learn about the foundations of graphing with the lessons in this chapter. Descriptions of the various parts of graphs, such as x-coordinates, y-coordinates, quadrants and origin are included, along with the x- and y-intercepts. The lessons also explain parabolas and present them in three various forms. The following topics are all included in this study of graphing:

• Elements of graphs and graphing functions
• Linear, increasing, decreasing, positive and negative functions
• Slopes and intercepts of lines
• Point-slope, distance and midpoint formulas
• Standard, intercept and vertex forms of parabolas
• Cubics, quartics and quintics in graphs

Each of the lessons contains a video, text transcript and short, multiple-choice quiz. Feel free to use the lessons as many times as you want to prepare for the NY Regents Algebra Exam. After taking a quiz, if you wish to go back and review a specific portion of a video, you can use the handy video tags to locate just the right spot. Many of the lessons also have links to text-only lessons for additional support on key terms and topics.

### Integrated Algebra Regents Exam Objectives

The state of New York requires that high school students pass a group of five tests by earning no less than a score of 65 on each. This test is one of the approved math options and will be renamed Algebra I as the state furthers its transition to the Common Core Learning Standards.

This three-hour exam assesses your understanding of concepts including functions, number and quantity, statistics and probability and algebra. The section pertaining to algebraic topics involves 50%-56% of the total possible points. The test questions are multiple choice and free response, for which experience with our online quizzes can be an asset.

12 Lessons in Chapter 15: Graphing Functions
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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