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MA1.80

To use this worksheet you should be comfortable with graphing functions and finding domain and range. If you arent, speak with your tutor.

Knowing how a function behaves when it is graphed is an important advantage you can have when solving many math problems. This worksheet illustrates eight common functions that have unique graphs. As you work through it, try to focus on the patterns of each kind of function. Once you get used to what each kind of function looks like, you will hopefully be able to imagine the approximate graphs of these functions just by looking at the equations. The following table briefly defines each function in this handout: Function Linear Quadratic Cubic Square root Definition The highest power over the x variable is 1 The highest power over the x variable(s) is 2 The highest power over the x variable(s) is 3 The x variable is square rooted Example

y = 2x + 1

y = 2x 2 7 x + 2 y = x 3 + 2x 2 + x

y = x 1

Absolute value The x variable is within absolute value signs Rational Logarithmic Exponential The x variable is in the denominator ( x 0 ) The log of the x variable is taken The x variable is an exponent above a number

y = x +1

y= 3 x

y = log( x )

y = ax

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Linear functions

y=x

Graph the following: 1a) y = x + 1 1b) y = 2x 1 Domain: Range: All real numbers All real numbers

Quadratic functions

y = x2

Graph the following: 2a) y = x 2 + 1 2b) y = 3 x 2 1 Domain: Range: All real numbers y$0

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Cubic functions

y = x3

1 3b) y = 3 + 1 2x

Domain: Range:

y= x

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y= x

Domain: Range:

Rational functions

y= 1 x

1 x +1 2 x3

Domain: Range:

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Logarithmic Functions

y = log( x )

Domain: Range:

y = ln( x )

Domain: Range:

x=0 y=0

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Exponential functions

y = ax, a > 1

Domain: Range:

Domain: Range:

x=0 y=0

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Review Exercises: Graph and state the domain and range for the following functions.

7) y = 4 x 2 + 5 x3 +5 2

8) y =

x2 3 2

9) y = 3 x 3

10) y =

11) y = x 14) y =

1 x+2

12) y = x 2 15) y =

3 x6

13) y = x

Answers:

1a) y = x + 1

1b) y = -2x - 1

2a) y = x2 + 1

2b)

y = 3x2 - 1

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3a) y = x - 1

3b) y = y =

1 +1 2x 3

4a) y = x + 1

4b) y = x + 1

D = x $ -1 R=y$0

D=x$0 R=y$1

5a) y = |x| + 1

5b) y = |x + 1|

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6a) y =

1 x +1

6b) y =

2 x3

7) y = -4x2 + 5

8) y =

x2 3 2

9) y = -3x3

10) y =

x3 +5 2

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11) y = x

12) y = x 2

D=x$0 R=y#0

D=x$1 R=y$0

13) y = -|x|

14) y =

1 x+2

15) y =

3 x6

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