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Calculus I: Graphing using Intercepts, Symmetry, Asymptotes, Shifted Graphs, and Reflections

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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (5:14)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (5:35)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (5:28)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (5:43)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (8:28)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (9:42)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (8:35)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (6:15)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (6:15)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (7:20)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (8:24)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (6:20)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (8:57)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (8:48)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Graph the given function.  Before graphing determine, when possible, any intercepts, symmetry, and asymptotes.  Use shifted graphs and reflections where appropriate.

Play VideoSee Video Solution (10:49)Difficulty: 3Type: Problem
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Watch the solution videos to see which problems you go right on the worksheet. Watch and understand the step-by-step solution videos to the problems you did not answer correctly and see if you can understand where you made mistakes.