In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Graph the Inverse of a Function If you’re asked to graph the inverse of a function, you can do so by remembering one fact: a function and its inve...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Reflect a Function’s Graph Reflections take a parent function and provide a mirror image of it over either a horizontal or vertical line. You’...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Translate a Function’s Graph When you move a graph horizontally or vertically, this is called a translation. In other words, every point on the paren...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Vertically Transform Parent Graphs When you apply a vertical transformation to a parent graph, you are stretching or shrinking the graph along the y–...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Break Down a Composition of Functions A composition of functions is one function acting upon another. Think of it like putting one function inside of the othe...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Horizontally Transform Parent Graphs When you apply a horizontal transformation to a parent graph, you are stretching or shrinking the graph horizontally, al...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Invert a Function to Find Its Inverse If you’re given a function and must find its inverse, first remind yourself that domain and range swap places in t...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Calculate an Angle Using Inverse Trigonomet Almost every function has an inverse. An inverse function basically undoes a function. The trigonometric functions sine,...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Calculate an Angle Using Reciprocal Trigono Three trigonometric ratios — secant, cosecant, and cotangent — are called reciprocal functions because they&...

In Calculus March 26,2016 How to Determine the Length of an Arc Knowing how to calculate the circumference of a circle and, in turn, the length of an arc — a portion of the circu...