Y=k/x K would be your constant.  When Y gets bigger than X gets smaller and vice versa. Y is inversely related as X. When you read that you know to…

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The Quadratic formula is y=ax Squared+bx+c. Also a can never equal 0 If a>0 than the graph will always open upwards like a U If a<0 the graph will turn downwards…

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An exponential equation has “x” (the variable) as the power. The equation is f(x)= ab^x. A = the initial point and B= the percent change, So it would be 1 +or-…

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Steps to a piecewise function: Step one: look at problem given Step two: establish a boundary lines Step three: label where each graph would fit into the boundary line (for…

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Step 1: Find your boundaries. Step 2: Use the you’re number and check which function it goes into. NOW GRAPH! How to graph? Step 1: Draw your boundary lines (Make sure…

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Cumulative Distributions We learned how to find the relative, cumulative, and relative-cumulative frequencies. For the relative frequency you find the sum of your frequency (data given to you) then divide…

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So to day we learned how to make and read box plots. Box plots are mainly used for numerical data, for example test grades or something. We learned about the…

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