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Warm Up Wednesday September 3. What does it mean to be a maximum and to be a minimum? Draw a graph in your explanation. Answer. A maximum is the highest point on a graph and a minimum is the lowest point on a graph. Homework Problems????????.

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### Warm UpWednesday September 3

What does it mean to be a maximum and to be a minimum? Draw a graph in your explanation.

A maximum is the highest point on a graph and a minimum is the lowest point on a graph.

Homework

Problems????????

So from yesterday, what did we learn about fog and gof?

Is it fairly easy now?

Good…Lets Quiz 

Using f(x) = 4x + 3 and g(x) = x - 2,find:

F(g(5))

G(F(-6))

F(G(7))

Using f(x) = 6x² and g(x) = 14x + 4 find:

4. (f0g)(x)

5. (gof)(x)

End behavior is simply what happens on either end of the graph as x and y approaches infinity

http://www.purplemath.com/modules/polyends.htm

Zeros if you remember from Algebra 1 are the x-intercepts. They occur where the graph crosses or touches the x axis. If it crosses twice, it has 2 real zeros, if it touches, it has one real zero, and if it does not cross, it has NO real zeros.

Homework

Complete the worksheet problems 16-38 even as well as 39-45