Concepts in Calculus 1 Video: Graphing Holes

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Title:
Concepts in Calculus 1 Video: Graphing Holes
Physical Description:
Video
Language:
en-US
Creator:
Bona, Miklos
Shabanov, Sergei
University of Florida Department of Mathematics
University Press of Florida
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University Press of Florida
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Gainesville, FL
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Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Calculus I, MAC 221, MAC 223, MAC 230, MAC 241, MAC 300
Mathematics

Notes

Summary:
Rational functions have points where they are undefined, which introduces us to graphing holes in the function. Graphing holes involves being able to find these points. A rational function is a quotient of two functions, and if the denominator of this quotient has zeros, the rational function is undefined at that point. Graphing holes means showing what input values makes this denominator function zero.
General Note:
MAC2230 - CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS & SOC. SCI. I, MAC2253 - CALCULUS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY I, MAC2241 - LIFE SCIENCE CALCULUS I, MAC2233 - CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS & SOC. SCI. I, MAC2234 - CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS & SOC. SCIENCE II, MAC2223 - CALCULUS FOR ARCHITECTURE I

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University Press of Florida
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University Press of Florida
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