In Calculus March 26,2016 Comparing Radicals and Exponents Radicals and exponents (also known as roots and powers) are two common — and oftentimes frustrating — elements of basic algebra. And of co...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Graph a Rational Function with Numerator Ha After you calculate all the asymptotes and the x- and y-intercepts for a rational function, you have all the information...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Graph Linear Inequalities You can use the slope-intercept form to graph inequalities. The slope-intercept form is expressed as y = mx + b, where t...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Rationalize a Radical Out of a Denominator A convention of mathematics is that you don’t leave radicals in the denominator of an expression when you write it...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Rewrite Radicals as Exponents When you’re given a problem in radical form, you may have an easier time if you rewrite it by using rational expon...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Use a Graphing Calculator It’s a good idea to purchase a graphing calculator for pre-calculus work. Since the invention of the graphing calc...

In Calculus March 26,2016 Understanding the Properties of Numbers Remembering the properties of numbers is important because you use them consistently in pre-calculus. The properties are...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Adjust the Domain and Range of Combined Fun When you begin combining functions (like adding a polynomial and a square root, for example), the domain of the new comb...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Graph a Rational Function with Numerator an After you calculate all the asymptotes and the x- and y-intercepts for a rational function, you have all the information...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Graph Functions with More than One Rule: Pi Functions with more than one rule (called piece-wise functions) are broken into pieces, depending on the input. Although...