The graph of y=√x
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This video is the third in the series dealing with some of the most important graphs in Mathematical Methods. The Square Root graph is arguable the most used graph in all of the world of Mathematics. OK. Well, maybe the Quadratic graph is ... but this would be a close second. We look at what the graph looks like and how it might be transformed.
Published: May 6, 2018
Length: 22 mins and 18 seconds
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