Functions and relations

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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So you've woken up and wondered what Power functions are! Well, this is the video to tell you all about it. Based on the VCE Mathematical Methods Units 3 and 4 course by Cambridge, it looks at the many graphs which are raised to a power.
Examples include parabolas, cubics, quartics, square root graphs, cube root graphs, hyperbolas and truncii. Each part of the video takes some time to look at the important features of each of the graphs such that the rest of the work in Methods 3 and 4 is simpler.
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VCE Maths
VCE Methods
Mathematical Methods
Methods Units 3 and 4
Methods 3 and 4
Power Functions
Graphs raised to powers
hyperbola
truncii
square root graph
quadratics
quartics
Cubics
power function
Functions
Asymptotes
asymptotes graph
asymptotes of hyperbola
power functions and polynomial functions