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  1. Unit 2: “Graph-itti!” • Lesson 1: 2.1 Symmetry (3-1) • Lesson 2: 2.2 Graph Families (3-2, 3-3) • Lesson 3: 2.3 Inverses (3-4) • Lesson 4: 2.4 Continuity (3-5) • Lesson 5: 2.5 Extrema (3-6) • Lesson 6: 2.6 Rational Functions (3-7)

  2. Warm-up:

  3. Unit Two: “Graph-itti” In this unit we will learn… • STANDARD 2.1: use algebraic tests to determine symmetry in graphs, including even-odd tests (3-1) • STANDARD 2.2: graph parent functions and perform transformations to them (3-2, 3-3) • STANDARD 2.3: determine and graph inverses of functions (3-4) • STANDARD 2.4: determine the continuity and end behavior of functions (3-5) • STANDARD 2.5: use appropriate mathematical terminology to describe the behavior of graphs (3-6) • STANDARD 2.6: graph rational functions (3-7)

  4. STANDARD 2.1: use algebraic tests to determine symmetry in graphs, including even-odd tests (3-1) • In this lesson we will… • Discuss what symmetry is and the different types that exist. • Learn to determine symmetry in graphs. • Classify functions as even or odd.

  5. What is Symmetry? • Point Symmetry: Symmetry about one point • Figure will spin about the point and land on itself in less than 360º.

  6. Formal Definition: P’ M P

  7. Symmetry to Origin: • This is the main point we look at for symmetry. • Let’s build some symmetry!

  8. Determining Symmetry with Respect to the Origin

  9. Let’s do a couple…

  10. Line Symmetry

  11. What’s that mean? U D

  12. Lines We Are Interested In… • x-axis • y-axis • y = x • y = -x

  13. x-axis

  14. y-axis

  15. y = x

  16. y = -x

  17. Checking Mathematically:

  18. Homework: • HW 2.1: P 134 #15 – 35 odd

  19. Warm-up: • Get a piece of graph paper and a calculator. • Graph the following on separate axii:

  20. Homework:

  21. STANDARD 2.2: graph parent functions and perform transformations to them (3-2) In this section we will… • Identify the graphs of some simple functions. • Recognize and perform transformations of simple graphs. • Sketch graphs of related functions.

  22. Families of Graphs: • Any function based on a simple function will have the basic “look” of that family. • Multiplying, dividing, adding or subtracting from the function may move it, shrink it or stretch it but won’t change its basic shape.

  23. Example:

  24. Reflections

  25. Vertical Translations

  26. Horizontal Translations

  27. Vertical Dilations

  28. Horizontal Dilations

  29. Let’s do some… Send One person from your group to get a white board with a graph on it, a pen and an eraser.

  30. STANDARD 2.2: graph parent functions and perform transformations to them (3-3) In this section we will… • Use function families to graph inequalities.

  31. So… how do I graph this?

  32. Homework: • HW1 2.2: P 143 #13-29 odd, 33 • HW2 2.2: P 150 #21-31 odd

  33. Warm-up:

  34. Homework:

  35. STANDARD 2.3: determine and graph inverses of functions (3-4) In this section we will… • Determine inverses of relations and functions. • Graph functions and their inverses.

  36. Inverse Relations: • An inverse of function will take the answers (range) from the function and give back the original domain.

  37. Finding the inverse of a relation: • Easy!!! Just switch the domain and range! • Are they both functions?

  38. Property of Inverse Functions: • If f(x) and f –1(x) are inverse functions, then • In other words… • Two relations are inverse relations iff one relation contains the element (b,a) whenever the other relation contains (a,b). • Does this remind you of something?

  39. Let’s look at them on a graph:

  40. A function and its inverse… • Are reflections of each other over the line y = x.

  41. Is the inverse a function?

  42. Quick and dirty test: • If the original function passes the HORIZONTAL line test then the inverse will be a function. • Let’s check our parent graphs.

  43. Is the inverse a function?

  44. Is this a function?

  45. Proving Inverses: • If two functions are actually inverses then both the composites of the functions will equal x. • You must prove BOTH true.

  46. Check to see if the following are inverse functions:

  47. The Handy, Dandy Build Your Own Inverse Kit: • Replace f(x) with y (it is just easier to look at this way). • Switch the x and y in the equation. • Resolve the equation for y. • The result is the inverse. • Now check!

  48. Try this…

  49. Word Problem: • The fixed costs for manufacturing a particular stereo system are $96,000, and the variable costs are $80 per unit. • A. Write an equation that expresses the total cost C(x) as a function of x given that x units are manufactured.