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Stewart – Calculus – 1.3 – New Functions from Old Functions
 Find the equations that correspond to each letter on the following graph.
  
 Find the equations that correspond to each letter on the following graph.
  
 Find the equations that correspond to each letter on the following graph.

 Find the equations that correspond to each letter on the following graph.

 Find the equation that corresponds to the letter on the following graph.
Stewart – Calculus – 1.2 – Mathematical Models
 What does the following symbol mean?
 What is the equation of the following graph?
 Estimate the correct exponents in the following graph.
 Find the correct exponents in the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Give the equations of the following graph.
 Give the equation of the following graph.
 Identify the function type.
all real numbers
y = x
A = 6, B = 4
A = 3, B = 5
Exponential function. (The x is the exponent.)
Power function. (The x is the base.) We could also consider it to be a polynomial of degree 5.
Algebraic function.
Polynomial of degree 4.
Spanish b and v
[source]Note also that the letters B and V have exactly the same pronunciation, and their names are pronounced exactly alike. Some colorful expressions are used to indicate which letter is being used, such as B de burro and V de vaca (roughly, “B as in burro” and “V as in vaca”). Sometimes B is referred to as be grande (“big B”) and the V as uve or ve chica (“little V”).