• Using the Conjugate Zeros Theorem - Problem 2

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we find the zeros of a quartic (4th degree polynomial) function when one imaginary zero is known.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n>m - Concept

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to find the oblique asymptote of a rational function, if it has one.
• Using the Conjugate Zeros Theorem - Problem 3

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we find the zeros of a quintic (5th degree polynomial) function when two imaginary zeros are known.
• Limits at a Glance - Problem 1

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to quickly find the limit of a rational function as x goes to infinity.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n=m - Concept

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to recognize when a rational function has a horizontal asymptote, and how to find its equation.
• Limits at a Glance - Problem 3

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to quickly find the limit of a rational function as x goes to infinity.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n=m - Problem 1

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator equals the degree m of the denominator.
• Limits at a Glance - Concept

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to quickly find the limit of a rational function as x goes to infinity.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n less than m - Problem 1

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator is less than the degree m of the denominator.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n less than m - Problem 2

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to graph a complicated rational function when the degree n of the numerator is less than the degree m of the denominator.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n less than m - Concept

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to recognize when y = 0 is the horizontal asymptote of a rational function.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n>m - Problem 2

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to factor and graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator is greater than the degree m of the denominator.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n=m - Problem 3

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator equals the degree m of the denominator.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n>m - Problem 1

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator is greater than the degree m of the denominator.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n less than m - Problem 3

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator is less than the degree m of the denominator.
• Power Functions - Concept

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we define power functions, and which of our parent functions belong to this family.
• Graphing Rational Functions, n>m - Problem 3

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How to graph a rational function when the degree n of the numerator is greater than the degree m of the denominator.
• Integer Power Functions - Problem 1

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we graph a transformation of the even power function y = x^4.
• Introduction to Rational Functions - Problem 2

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How a zero in the denominator does not always signal a vertical asymptote.
• Integer Power Functions - Problem 2

Math›Precalculus›Polynomial and Rational Functions
How we graph a transformation of the odd power function y = x^5.