i still do not understand
Which part? Did you try viewing the video again?
Mr. Estrada I get it, but my question is when you say it must take up all real number your mean the whole y-values of the graph right?
Also can it be one to one even if the line doesnt go threw the whole graph ?
Yes, the real numbers part is in regards to y-values.
Also what do you mean by "If the line doesnt go threw the whole graph"?
I understand it Mr.E
Yaww whats next
No question needed
Mr. Estrada I didn't really understand how to determine if the function is onto, I didn't get what you meant by all real numbers
Tomorrow we will look more into it.
I understand it.
The video was easy to understand.
this is simple gracias e dog
Know i understand i was kinda lost in class yesterday
Yes get it
I was lost but now i get it better
For 1-1's is has to pass vertical and horizontal line tests.
I Got it
Got it estrada
I'm Mr. Estrada, Mathematics teacher at HSSM.
Absolute Value Inequality
Adding Radical Expressions
Angle And Sum Difference Formulas
Average Known With Missing Data
Box And Whisker Plot
Composition Of Functions
Converting From Degrees To Radians
Dividing Radical Expressions
Domain And Range
Double-angle And Half-angle Formulas
Inverse Of Functions
Law Of Sines
Multiplying Binomials With Fractions
Multiplying Radical Expressions
One To One Functions
Radical Expressions (index=2)
Radical Expressions (index=3)
Rationalizing Complex Denominators
Rationalizing Denominator With Radical
Simplifying Radical Expressions
Solving A Quadratic
Solving Logarithmic Equation
Sum And Product Of Roots
Using Graphing Calculator For Different Types Of Problems