by Yaneli Morales, CAPS Math Tutor 1. Find overall degree of function. Example: The overall degree of this function is 5. You get this number by adding all the exponents of the equation. In this case x has an exponent 2, the quantity (x+2) has an exponent of 2 as well, and the quantity (x-4) … More 7 Steps to Graph a Polynomial
By: Jess Marrello Population (Parameter) Sample (Statistic) Mean μ Standard Deviation s Name Symbol Sample size n Z-score Z Z star (or critical z) Z* T star t* Degrees of Freedom df Standard … More Decoding Stats 145
Are fractions a struggle? What about factoring functions with fractional exponents? Then this would be a perfect refresher for you! Factoring an Expression Containing Rational Exponents Here is an additional reminder of the other main factoring methods as well: Factoring Monomials from Polynomials Factoring Polynomials by Grouping Factoring Perfect Squares Factoring Difference of two Squares … More All About Factoring!
The simplest rational function that we know is f(x) = 1/x. Here is its graph. Knowing the shape of this basic function, we can know graph more complex rational functions by using transformations of f(x) = 1/x. For example: We are going to give you a trick that you might use when solving more … More Graphing Rational Functions
If you’re in some sort of calculus class, you’ve probably seen lots of different integration problems. You might even encounter some that you can’t immediately solve without some sort of manipulation. If you’re trying to integrate a tricky rational function, you can follow these steps. To illustrate the steps, we’ll look at the following example: … More Be Rational—Use Partial Fractions While Integrating