Ch 11: Overview of Functions

Use the following study guide to review for the questions about function on the NY Regents Algebra test. Engaging videos with self-assessment quizzes can help you prepare for test day.

Overview of Functions - Chapter Summary

A function is really just a rule that takes a number and transforms it into another number. In this chapter, you can learn the basics of working with functions and complete ample practice problems in applying function operations. The following topics are included in the lessons:

• Foundations of functions
• Graph shifts on a plane for transformations
• Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of functions
• Range and domain in functions
• Composition of functions and inverse functions

You can watch the short video lessons and then refer to the text transcripts as needed. After you complete a lesson, you can take the quick quiz to measure your learning. If you need to review any topics, the handy video tags can quickly guide you to just the right section in the videos. Some lessons even include links to additional text-only lessons on related topics for additional support.

Integrated Algebra Regents Exam Objectives

The Integrated Algebra Exam transitions into the Algebra I test, as New York completes its changeover to the Common Core Learning Standards. All high school students must pass five subject-area tests with scores of 65 or higher in order to graduate.

In this algebra test, the portion that assesses your understanding of function concepts constitutes about 32%-38% of the three-hour exam. Multiple-choice questions are included, for which our online quizzes can provide valuable practice.

7 Lessons in Chapter 11: Overview of Functions
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