This week we were taught about reciprocals.
In this blog I will be teaching you how to draw reciprocals for a linear graph.
First step: Plot your points
Second step: figure out the x intercept
Third step: find the -1 and 1 on the y axis
Fourth step: graph the reciprocal
Fifth step: find the points
This week in Pre-Calc 11, we learned how to graph absolute values. These can be applied to both linear and quadratic functions. This task is very easy to complete.
When graphing absolute values the quatratic or linear line will never go below the x intercept.
When the parabola has a absolute value it forms a W shape.
This all happens because absolute value can never be a negative.