105 Videos for "domain of a function"

The Inverse Tangent Function  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use apply the inverse identities for tangent. 
The Inverse Tangent Function  Problem 2
Math › Trigonometry › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use apply the inverse identities for tangent. 
The Inverse Cosine Function  Problem 2
Math › Trigonometry › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use apply the inverse identities for cosine. 
The Inverse Cosine Function  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use apply the inverse identities for cosine. 
The Inverse Sine Function  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use apply the inverse identities for sine. 
The Inverse Sine Function  Problem 2
Math › Trigonometry › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use apply the inverse identities for sine. 
Definition of Inverse  Problem 1
Math › Algebra 2 › Inverse, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
How to find the domain and range of an inverse. 
Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions  Problem 4
Math › Algebra 2 › Rational Expressions and Functions
Identifying domain restrictions of rational expressions. 
Continuity  Concept
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to determine whether a function f(x) is continuous at a particular point x=a. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 1  Problem 3
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function using continuity. 
Continuity  Problem 1
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to show that a function is discontinuous at a point x=a because it is not defined there. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 1  Concept
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function using continuity. 
Continuity  Problem 2
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to show that a function is discontinuous at a point x=a because the limit as x approaches a does not exist. 
Continuity  Problem 3
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to show that a function is discontinuous at a point x=a because its limit and its value at x=a are different. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 1  Problem 1
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function using continuity. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 1  Problem 2
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function using continuity. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 2  Problem 1
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function at points where it is not continuous. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 2  Concept
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function at points where it is not continuous. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 2  Problem 3
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function at points where it is not continuous. 
Evaluating Limits Algebraically, Part 2  Problem 2
Math › Calculus › Limits and Continuity
How to evaluate the limit of a function at points where it is not continuous.