# Ch 9: Interpreting, Analyzing & Graphing Functions

Use the short lessons in this chapter to ensure you understand the process of interpreting, analyzing and graphing functions. Review steps involved in drawing graphs, comparing properties of functions, graphing square roots and more.

## Interpreting, Analyzing & Graphing Functions - Chapter Summary

Top instructors have developed entertaining lessons you can review or learn more about interpreting, analyzing and graphing functions. Explore these lessons from home or on-the-go to learn how functions are graphed and analyzed. Also, examine properties of functions, the rate of change, piecewise functions and more. By the end of this chapter, you will have the knowledge to:

• Plot points on a graph's Cartesian plane
• Compare linear and quadratic functions
• Examine a graph, table or function and describe the relationship
• Draw the graph of a function based on its qualitative features
• Analyze the graphs of rational functions, and determine the rate of change of a function
• Compare properties of functions algebraically, graphically and numerically
• Graph square root, cube root and piecewise functions

Watch fun video lessons and read engaging texts in this chapter at the pace that you choose. Revisit them often until you fully grasp the process of interpreting, analyzing and graphing functions. Assess your understanding with help from short multiple-choice quizzes and a chapter exam. Any questions you have about lesson topics can be submitted to our experts.

11 Lessons in Chapter 9: Interpreting, Analyzing & Graphing Functions
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