# Relations and Functions

Discover how functions behave when involving exponents. This question set deals with exponential graphs and everyday applications of exponential functions.

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Multiply the given statement of factors into one single expression.

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Discover how functions behave when involving absolute values. This question set deals heavily with graphs of functions and how they change when their absolute value is taken.

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Factor the given polynomials and write them into division statement.

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An introductory question set on translations, reflections, and expansions/compressions. Learn how these basic transformations change the graph and equation of lines.

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This question works through the steps required to apply translations, reflections, and stretches to all basic functions.

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Learn how to find the inverse of a function given a table of values, graph, or equation.

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This question set explains how the graph of a function changes when we take its reciprocal.

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Learn how to apply transformations to trigonometric functions. Students should understand that many transformations are equivalent when applied to periodic functions.

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Introduces the graph of the log function by analyzing the inverse of exponential functions.

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Discover how functions behave when involving absolute values. This question set deals heavily with graphs of functions and how they change when their absolute value is taken.

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Determine the coordinates where two different lines intersect to solve word problems involving linear relations.

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Discover how the slope of a line compares between lines are parallel or perpendicular to one another.

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This question set explores the graphs and equations of lines in slope-intercept form. By the end of the question set, students should be able to calculate the slope and y-intercept of a line given its graph or equation.

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This question set shows how quadratic functions can be graphed using the vertex and zeroes.

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