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SAT Review 2019
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Complex Number Review
Enriched Geometry
AP Calculus
Optimization 2018-2019
Minimize Distance to a Fixed Point to a Square Root Function
Pre-calculus
Building a Weebly Page
HOW TO Add Elements to a Web Page
HOW TO Link Text to File etc
HOW TO Link a PDF to Text
HOW TO Convert a PDF to JPEG
HOW TO Convert a Powerpoint to a folder of JPEGS and post as a Weebly Slideshow
How do I create a slideshow using weebly
HOW TO Insert a Map
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Rational Function Graphs
Desmos File: Parent function
click on lower right corner to use this online graphing calculator
this is the parent function of rational functions
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this function
y = 0
is the horizontal asymptote of this function
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Desmos File:
y = (a/x)
click on lower right corner to use this online graphing calculator
this is a vertical dilation of the parent rational function
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this function
y = 0 is the horizontal asymptote of this function
Desmos File:
y= 1/(bx)
click on lower right corner to use this online graphing calculator
this is a horizontal dilation of the parent rational function
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this function
y = 0 is the horizontal asymptote of this function
Desmos File:
y= 1/ (x+c)
click on lower right corner to use this online graphing calculator
this is a horizontal shift of the parent rational function
x = -c is the vertical asymptote of this function
y = 0 is the horizontal asymptote of this function
Desmos File:
y= (1/x)+d
click on lower right corner to use this online graphing calculator
this is a vertical shift of the parent rational function
x = 0 is the vertical asymptote of this function
y = d is the horizontal asymptote of this function