Ch 32: HiSET Mathematics: Functions

This chapter lesson describes algebraic functions that will be on the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET). Study the videos and answer the quizzes to increase your knowledge of this subject in preparation for the exam.

HiSET Mathematics: Functions - Chapter Summary

Watch the videos in this chapter to see how to use functions as equations. Our expert instructors teach the short video lessons using real-world examples so you can see how these concepts are applied. Use the self-assessment quizzes as another tool to help you review the topics you'll see on the HiSET, such as:

• Comparing properties of functions algebraically, graphically and numerically
• Identifying transformations
• Domain and range in a function
• Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing functions
• Composing functions
• Domain and range of composite functions
• Compounding functions and graphing functions of functions
• Graphing the inverse function
• Identifying symmetry graphically, algebraically and numerically about the x-axis, y-axis and origin
• Even and odd functions

Objectives of the HiSET Mathematics: Functions Chapter

The HiSET Math exam is divided into four sections, and the topics in this Functions chapter will be in the Algebraic Concepts section. This section constitutes 45% of the math test which means of the 50 total questions, about 22 or 23 questions will be on algebra.

All of the questions are multiple-choice, so you will have to choose one correct answer from a list of possible answers.

14 Lessons in Chapter 32: HiSET Mathematics: Functions
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