Sums and products of functions
Functions and relations
Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4
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So, you're interested in finding out about Sums and Products of functions? Well, you've come to the very best explanation! Previous videos have looked at the difference between a relation and a function. This takes the learning to a whole new level where we look at what it means to add, subtract and multiply various functions together. A range of examples are looked at and the key learning from the lesson was: "Make sure you know that the domain of the combined function is only defined where the original functions overlap! So much fun!
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