For my week 15 blog post, I have decided to focus on Rational Expressions. Here below, is me explaining everything I will need to know about it along with a couple of examples?
This week I will be talking about graphing reciprocal and absolute value equations and what they end up looking like. I have 3 pages with me describing them and important parts of the graphs that should be noted.
Absolute value equations
Here is an example of an absolute value of a linear function along with all important parts labeled.
For this week’s blog post, I will be giving an example of substitution to find both x and y values.
Here we have been given the x value but a y value that is unknown.
I substituted the known x value in the equation where the value was unknown, and let algebra do the rest of the work.
I now have both values that I can use to find coordinates.