To graph a rational function, you find the asymptotes and the intercepts, plot a
few points, ... Also, since I had no intercepts on the right-hand side of the vertical
Since 3<sup>x</sup> grows so quickly, I will not be able to find many reasonably-graphable
points on the right-hand side of the graph. And 3<sup>x</sup> will very quickly get very small
We said that the graph of y = x<sup>2</sup> was a function because it passed the vertical .....
On the other hand, he parabola y = 2x<sup>2</sup> contains the points (3, 18) and (4, 32).
In this final section we need to discuss graphing rational functions. It's is probably
best to start off with a fairly simple one that we can do without all that much ...
Jul 16, 2009 ... Graphing Quadratic Functions - Example 1 ... video, I outline a little recipe of
things to examine when graphing a quadratic function by hand.
How to match a graph of a rational function to its formula (example) ..... rises, and
as we move to the right along the bottom-left-hand curve, the y-value also rises.
Apr 8, 2004 ... Please read Graphing Rational Functions by Hand - Overview first. The rational
functions we will be graphing will have a polynomial in the ...
While there is no strict procedure for graphing rational functions by hand there is
a flow of clues to look for in the function. In general, it will make sense to identify ...
The graphs of trigonometric functions have several properties to elicit. To be able
to graph these functions by hand, we have to understand them. Before we ...