## Tuesday, February 27, 2007

### ex 10

hello...so today in class we learned how to graph inverse functions...in class it seemed easy when Mr. K went over it ....but as I was trying to do exercise ten I realized I was lost....and I was wondering if we could go over a couple questions from exercise ten...I don't know if I'm the only one...but anyone feel free to comment on this..thanks

#### 6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think Im lost too.

-M@rk

VincentR said...

haha.. That's true. It's not easy to get something that was taught for less than half an hour. I hope it was recorded because jsut looking at them doesnt explain anything. I only remember the 'biggering' and 'smallering' thingy.

VincentR said...

Nevermind. I get it now. The value substituted for x to make the denominator 0 is the vertical asymtote while the value after the reciprocal is the horizontal asymtote. Basically, you just have to draw curve lines that will never touch the vertical / horizontal asymtotes. I don't know too much detail but that's how I see it.

Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Rats! I should have recorded it. I've learned my lesson. ;-)

And, yes, we'll start off tomorrow with several examples.

Grey-M said...

Good, because I got the feeling that I kind-of get it but it's not concrete. Examples would be mighty helpful.

Ricky said...

Yes I'm the same as graeme on this exercise too.. I sorta get it, even though I read the scribe post.. If only I had a podcast... sigh* (Hint Hint) (Lesson learned x2. haha)