Ch 5 - Rational Functions

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It is important to note that reciprocal functions and rational functions are different. The reciprocal of a function is very specifically 1/f(x). A rational, however, does not necessarily have 1 as the numerator.

5.1 - Graphs of Reciprocal Functions


Practice Questions:

pg. 254 # 1-5, 8ac, 9bd, 10-12

5.1 - Graphs of Reciprocal Functions

5.2 - Quotients of Polynomial Functions


Practice Questions:

pg. 262 # 1-3

5.2 - Quotients of Polynomial Functions

5.3 - Graphs of Rational Functions


Practice Questions:

pg. 272 #1-3 (For 2, 3 just analyze and graph), 5, 6abc, 9, 10

5.3 - Graphs of Rational Functions

Mid-Chapter Review
(good extra practice)


pg. 277 # 1, 2, 4-9

5.4 - Solving Rational Functions


Practice Questions:

pg. 285 # 1, 5, 6, 8ab, 9-12


5.4 - Solving Rational Equations

5.5 - Solving Rational Inequalities


Practice Questions:

pg. 295 # 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9-11, 12a

5.5 - Solving Rational Inequalities

5.6 - RoC in Rational Functions


Practice Questions:

pg. 303 # 4, 6-9, 12


5.6 - Rates of Change in Rational Functions

Chapter 5 Review


pg. 308 # 1, 3-12, 13ab, 15


Ch 5 Review

Chapter 5 Test

Friday, Nov. 11th