Posts Tagged ‘fractional’

Ex: Simplify an Expression with Negative Rational Exponents and Write in Radical Form

This videos provides an example of how to simplify an expression with negative rational exponents and then write in radical form.

Ex: Simplify an Expression with Rational Exponents and Write in Radical Form

This videos provides an example of how to simplify an expression wit rational exponents and then write in radical form.

Ex 2: Write General Equation of a Circle in Standard Form (Fractions)

This video provides an example of how to write the general equation of a circle in standard form to find the center and radius and then graph the circle.

Ex 3: System of Three Equations with Three Unknowns Using Elimination (Fractions)

This is the first of several examples that will show how to solve a system of three linear equations with three unknowns.  The result is shows graphically in 3D.  This example has 1 solution with fractions.

Ex: Expand a Logarithm Containing a Radical

This video explains how to used the properties of logarithms to expand a logarithm that contains a radical.

Ex: Match Equations of Rational Functions to Graphs

This video explains how to match equations of rational functions to graphs based upon the form of the equation and the properties of the graph.

Ex: Find the Intercepts, Asymptotes, and Hole of a Rational Function

This video explains how to determine the x-intercepts, y-intercepts, vertical asymptotes, and horizontal asymptote and the hole of a rational function.

Ex: Find the Intercepts and Asymptotes of a Rational Function

This video explains how to determine the x-intercepts, y-intercepts, vertical asymptotes, and horizontal asymptote of a rational function.

Ex: Determine Horizontal Asymptotes of Rational Functions

This video explains how to determine the equation of horizontal asymptotes of rational functions using the degree of the numerator and denominator.  The end behavior is also discussed.

Ex: Find the Inverse of a Rational Function

This video explains how to find the inverse of a rational function with x in both the numerator and denominator.