Sunday, October 27, 2013

SV# 4: Unit I Concept 2: Finding parts of a Logarithmic Equation and Graphing It

                 Watch for the cues during the video that will help you solve the problem. These cues will point out any important details or steps in order to work out that specific step of the problem. Also note that the various steps taken provide necessary answers that may be asked for in other questions.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

SP#3: Unit I Concept 1: Graphing and Identifying Parts of an Exponential Function

      
              Several things to note here are the different colored dots that correspond to each step and a brief explanation on each step. Bear in mind that this graph will not have any x-intercepts with the reason stated above. The graph must also include arrows to indicate that the graph stretches indefinitely. 

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

SV#3: Unit H Concept 7: Expanding Logarithmic Expressions Using "Clues"


     
             This video will be going over expanding log expressions using clues or variables that hold a speicfic value and can be used to represent the expression using properties of logs. We start from a condensed expression and move on to a final answer consisting of the clues and one "given" clue.
            Watch for the cues during the video that will help you solve the problem. These cues will point out any important details or steps in order to work out that specific step of the problem. Also note that the various steps taken provide necessary answers that may be asked for in other questions.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

SV#2: Unit G Concept 1-7 : Finding Parts of a Rational Function and Graphing Them

         
             This video will be going over rational functions and how to find parts of them. We will also be graphing the rational function and labeling all the parts we found. The parts we will find are the asymptotes, holes, domain, x-intercepts, and y-intercepts.
             Watch for the cues during the video that will help you solve the problem. These cues will point out any important details or steps in order to work out that specific step of the problem. Also note that the various steps taken provide necessary answers that may be asked for in other questions.