After completing this course, students will learn how to successfully apply functions to model different data and real world occurrences. This course reviews the concept of a function and then provide multiple examples of common and uncommon types of functions used in a variety of disciplines. Formulas, domains, ranges, graphs, intercepts, and fundamental behavior are all analyzed using both algebraic and analytic techniques. From this core set of functions, new functions are created by arithmetic operations and function composition. These functions are then applied to solve real world problems. The ability to picture many different types of functions will help students learn how and when to apply these functions, as well as give students the geometric intuition to understand the algebraic techniques. The skills and objectives from this course improve problem solving abilities.
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來自ALGEBRA: ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED - FUNCTIONS & APPLICATIONS的熱門評論
Great instructor, exercises, and explanations. Course is well organized and orchestrated.
Excellent course! What I really enjoyed were the practical examples that brought the forms to life.
The best Thank you so much for this very easy explanation for lessons
An excellent course just what I needed to understand functions better. The teacher is a pro at explaining and the exercises is perfectly put together. A thumbs up from me. Thanks:)
關於 Algebra: Elementary to Advanced 專項課程
This specialization is intended for students looking to solidify their algebra and geometry necessary to be successful in future courses that will require precalculus and calculus. Quantitiative skill and reasoning are presented throughout the course to train students to think logically, reason with data, and make informed decisions.