Graphing Radical Equations using a Table - Concept

Concept Concept (1)

Solving rational equations is substantially easier with like denominators. When solving rational equations, first multiply every term in the equation by the common denominator so the equation is "cleared" of fractions. Next, use an appropriate technique for solving for the variable.

Sample Sample Problems (5)

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Graphing Radical Equations using a Table - Problem 1

Find the domain of f(x) = √x + 4 and sketch a graph using a table of values.

Problem 1
How to find the domain and graph radical equations with a horizontal shift.
Graphing Radical Equations using a Table - Problem 2

Find the domain of f(x) = √x + 1 − 2 and sketch a graph using a table of values.

Problem 2
How to find the domain and graph radical equations with both horizontal and vertical shifts.
Graphing Radical Equations using a Table - Problem 3

Find the domain of f(x) = √2x + 1 and sketch a graph using a table of values.

Problem 3
How to find the domain and graph radical equations with a dilation.
Graphing Radical Equations using a Table - Problem 4
Problem 4
Making a table of values for a radical function based on trying to create the square roots of perfect square numbers.
Graphing Radical Equations using a Table - Problem 5
Problem 5
Considering the domain to graph a radical function from a table of values.