Section 2.1 Functions and Graphs
Relations
 
Example Find the domain and the range.
Functions
A relation in which each member of the domain corresponds to exactly one member of the range is a function. Notice that mo...
Is this a function?  Does each member of the domain  correspond to precisely one member of the range? This relation is not...
 
Example Determine whether each relation is a function?
Functions as Equations
 
 
Example Determine whether each equation defines y as a function of x.
Function Notation
 
 
Graphing Calculator- evaluating a function
Example Evaluate each of the following.
Example Evaluate each of the following.
Example Evaluate each of the following.
Graphs of Functions
See the next slide. (2,-1) g(2)=-1 (2,-4) f(2)=-4 2 (1,1) g(1)=1 (1,-2) f(1)=-2 1 (0,3) g(0)=3 (0,0) f(0)=0 0 (-1,5) g(-1)...
f(x) g(x)
Example Graph the following functions  f(x)=3x-1  and g(x)=3x
The Vertical Line Test
The first graph is a function, the second is not.
Example Use the vertical line test to identify graphs in which y is a function of x.
Example Use the vertical line test to identify graphs in which y is a function of x.
Obtaining Information from Graphs
 
Example Analyze the graph.
Identifying Domain and Range from a Function’s Graph
 
Example Identify the Domain and Range from the graph.
Example Identify the Domain and Range from the graph.
Example Identify the Domain and Range from the graph.
Identifying Intercepts  from a Function’s Graph
 
Example Find the x intercept(s).  Find f(-4)
Example Find the y intercept. Find f(2)
Example Find the x and y intercepts. Find f(5).
(a)  (b) (c) (d) Find f(7).
(a)  (b) (c) (d) Find the Domain and Range.
(a)  (b) (c) (d)
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  1. 1. Section 2.1 Functions and Graphs
  2. 2. Relations
  3. 4. Example Find the domain and the range.
  4. 5. Functions
  5. 6. A relation in which each member of the domain corresponds to exactly one member of the range is a function. Notice that more than one element in the domain can correspond to the same element in the range. Aerobics and tennis both burn 505 calories per hour.
  6. 7. Is this a function? Does each member of the domain correspond to precisely one member of the range? This relation is not a function because there is a member of the domain that corresponds to two members of the range. 505 corresponds to aerobics and tennis.
  7. 9. Example Determine whether each relation is a function?
  8. 10. Functions as Equations
  9. 13. Example Determine whether each equation defines y as a function of x.
  10. 14. Function Notation
  11. 17. Graphing Calculator- evaluating a function
  12. 18. Example Evaluate each of the following.
  13. 19. Example Evaluate each of the following.
  14. 20. Example Evaluate each of the following.
  15. 21. Graphs of Functions
  16. 22. See the next slide. (2,-1) g(2)=-1 (2,-4) f(2)=-4 2 (1,1) g(1)=1 (1,-2) f(1)=-2 1 (0,3) g(0)=3 (0,0) f(0)=0 0 (-1,5) g(-1)=5 (-1,2) f(-1)=2 -1 (-2,7) g(-2)=7 (-2,4) f(-2)=4 -2 (x,y) g(x)=-2x+3 (x,y) f(x)=-2x x
  17. 23. f(x) g(x)
  18. 24. Example Graph the following functions f(x)=3x-1 and g(x)=3x
  19. 25. The Vertical Line Test
  20. 26. The first graph is a function, the second is not.
  21. 27. Example Use the vertical line test to identify graphs in which y is a function of x.
  22. 28. Example Use the vertical line test to identify graphs in which y is a function of x.
  23. 29. Obtaining Information from Graphs
  24. 31. Example Analyze the graph.
  25. 32. Identifying Domain and Range from a Function’s Graph
  26. 34. Example Identify the Domain and Range from the graph.
  27. 35. Example Identify the Domain and Range from the graph.
  28. 36. Example Identify the Domain and Range from the graph.
  29. 37. Identifying Intercepts from a Function’s Graph
  30. 39. Example Find the x intercept(s). Find f(-4)
  31. 40. Example Find the y intercept. Find f(2)
  32. 41. Example Find the x and y intercepts. Find f(5).
  33. 42. (a) (b) (c) (d) Find f(7).
  34. 43. (a) (b) (c) (d) Find the Domain and Range.
  35. 44. (a) (b) (c) (d)

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