First thing we kinda went over today was an efficient way to graph our functions and their reciprocals. As the first slide of today's class shows is an order that we can use in order to help us graph. Also Mr.K said that you don't necessarily have to follow that order but should do so always with #1 and 2.
- Number 1 on the table that was shown to us was to find the variant points which is in when y equals 1 or -1 on the graph drawn.
- Number 2 on the table was to find the asymptotes, which was when y=0 on the x-axis on the drawn graph. Where the asymptotes are on the graph there must be a dotted line .
The order in which you do the other steps doesn't matter.
Sorry my dots are hard to see but there are two blue dots at the variant points and the red circle is where the asymptote is located.
Step2: The asymptote is on the line x=0 so that is where the reciprocal graphs cannot touch
Step3: from the variant point to the asymptote on the left side of the graph the y coordinates are biggering negatively so on the reciprocal graph they are smallering negatively.
from the variant point to the asymptote on the right side of the graph the y coordinates are smallering so on the reciprocal graph they are biggering.
Step 4: from the variant point on the left side of the graph to infinite the y-coordinates are biggering negatively so on the reciprocal they are smallering negatively
from the variant point on the right side of the graph to infinite the y-coordinates are biggering so the reciprocal y coordinates are smallering.
x²+1 which is f(x)=1/x²+1
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