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What is a function? How do we use functions to model real life scenarios?
Join this series to learn and practice understanding functions! We'll be covering the material in the "Functions" unit of Khan Academy, and then we'll complete the unit test together.
This series is perfect for you if you're currently taking Algebra and feeling like you're missing something, or if you're taking pre-algebra and you want to set yourself up for success when you take Algebra.
Feel free to check out the Khan Academy unit here: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra/x2f8bb11595b61c86:functions
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Only our sessions about new content are required—all catch-up sessions are optional. If you complete the unit test early and show it to me, then you are also free to end the series early!
July 31 - August 7
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About the Tutor
Hey! My name is Raisa and I am a high school senior from the US who takes primarily college classes full time. I am so ecstatic to be able to help each and every one of you and am here to help you with any troubles you may have. Please take a look at my list of certifications and let me know if there is anything I can help you with. I look forward to assisting you on every step of your academic journey!
REQUIRED - Welcome! We'll kick off with some icebreakers and an overview of the key topics!
We'll review some key concepts and practice problems in functions which includes evaluating functions, identifying inputs and outputs of a function, learning about function rules from equations, interpreting function notation, introduction to the domain and range of a function, and recognizing functions from graphs and tables.
OPTIONAL - Catch-up session! Join to review foundational concepts that are important for understanding evaluating functions which includes identifying inputs and outputs of a function, learning about function rules from equations, interpreting function notation, introduction to the domain and range of a function, and recognizing functions from graphs and tables.
We'll review some key concepts and practice problems in functions which includes introduction to absolute/relative maximum and minimum points, positive/negative intervals, increasing/decreasing intervals, interpreting features of a graph, average rate of change word problems, and introducing/evaluating/finding inverse functions.