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## Friday, October 28, 2011

## Monday, October 24, 2011

### Ch 1 Real World Function

Definitions:

**Relation**is a set of ordered pairs.

**Function**is a relation for wich each element of the

**domain**corresponds to exactly one element of the

**range**.

The graph on the right shows the 6 flower species as the

**independent variables**and their native habitats as the

**dependent variables**. The

**domains**are the flowers: plum blossom, lotus, musk rose, ixora, prim rose, foxglove; the

**ranges**of the function are the countries: China, India, Malaysia, England. Since each of these flowers had 1 original nativity this is a function.

In the graph on the right I added the bombax ceiba flower specie, which was distributed in 3 places. The

**domains**are now including plum blossom, lotus, musk rose, ixora, prim rose, foxglove, and bombax ceiba; the new

**ranges**are China, India, Malaysia, England, and Australia. Since 1 of the domain had match with more than 1 range, the function failed and the graph is a relation.

## Tuesday, October 18, 2011

### 1 How to Do Real World Functions

1. Choose a real world function

2. Describe and draw a picture for your function.

3. Describe and draw a picture when your function fails (i.e. when it is a relation not a function)

4. Include the definition of function and relation in your descriptions for 2 and 3

5. Identify the following:

Independent Variable

Dependent Variable

Domain

Range

6. Draw a graph of your function on the Cartesian Coordinate Plane

Note: see An Example Student for an example of how to do this project.

## Monday, October 10, 2011

Ch0 Graphing Functions by Tam Equation

*For the Ch.0 Graphing Functions. I'll show the*

*different transformation of a function.*

_The original

**Function**is y = x^3

_The

**Vertical Translation**, the function is

y = x^3 +2. I moved it up 2 units.

_The

**Horizontal Translation**, the function is

y = (x+2)^3. I moved it 2 units to the left.

_The

**Reflection**, the function is -x^3. I just flipped

the original across the y-axis.

_The

**Vertical + Horizontal**, the function is

y = (x+2)^3 -3. I moved it 3 units to the left and

down 3 units.

_The

**Translation + Reflection**, the function is

y = -(x+2)^3 +3. I moved it 2 units to the left and

up 3 units.

### Chapter O Graphing Functions by Clinton Medium

In Chapter 0 we learned about transforming parent functions. The original equation was y=|x|. The vertical translation of y=|x|+2 is moved up by 2. The horizontal translation of y=|x-2| is moved to the right by 2. The reflection of y=-|x| is reflected across the x axis. The combination of Vertical land Horizontal of y=|x+3|+1 is moved up by 1 and to the left by 3. The vertical stretch of y=|2x| is stretched by 2.

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