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BQ # 7: Unit V: The Difference Quotient and The Derivative
1). Where the difference quotient actually comes from If we take a normal graph, such as the one above, we can easily derive the difference quotient formula. We make a point with an x value of  'x' and the distance from that point to the origin is therefore...
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BQ #6: Unit U: Continuity and Limits
1). What is continuity? What is discontinuity? Continuity in Calculus basically means that a graph is continuous  which means that the graph has 4 characteristics: 1). the graph can be predicted , 2). the graph contains no breaks, no holes, no jumps, and no...
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BQ #6: Unit U: Continuity and Limits
1). What is continuity? What is discontinuity? Continuity in Calculus basically means that a graph is continuous  which means that the graph has 4 characteristics: 1). the graph can be predicted , 2). the graph contains no breaks, no holes, no jumps, and no...
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BQ #4: Unit T Concepts 3: Tangent and Cotangent Graphs
1). Why is a "normal" tangent graph uphill but a "normal" cotangent graph is downhill? The reason for this is that tangent and cotangent have different ratios that cause for the asymptotes to be in different places . http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/EMT668/EMAT66...
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BQ #5: Unit T Concepts 1-3: Trig Graphs and Asymptotes
1). Why are sine and cosine the only trig graphs that have asymptotes? As we can see from the above picture, sine and cosine have unique ratios when compared with all the other trig values. They both have a denominator of r.  In the Unit Circle, r is alway...
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BQ #3: Concepts 1-3: Graphing Trig Graphs
1). How do the graphs of sine and cosine relate to the others? (With an emphasis on asymptotes) Well then, the very first thing you need to answer this is, what do ya know, the graphs. Who would've thought that, right? Anyhow, here goes nothing... a). Tange...
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BQ #2: Unit T Concept 1 Intro: Trig Graphs and the Unit Circle
1). How do Trig Graphs relate to the Unit Circle? Trig graphs relate to the unit circle in that they follow the same pattern that is defined by ASTC in the Unit Circle in their periods , which is the length of each cycle in the graphs. As a result of this, ...
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Reflection #1: Unit Q: Verifying Trig Identities
1). To verify an identity means to prove that it is true. For example, an identity might be one equation or term that is equal to another and you have to prove that to be true using your knowledge of identities and your knowledge of simplification processes...
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SP #7: Unit Q Concept 2: Finding all trig functions using idenitites
This blog post was made through the infallible alliance that is between the juggernaut forces of Omar "Ice" T. and Michael "Vitamin" C. Any illegal publishing of this copyrighted post without the consent of the above mentioned is strictly prohibited and is ...
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I/D #3: Unit Q Concept 1: Pythagorean Identities
Inquiry Activity Summary:   1). An identity is a proven fact or formula that is always true. Pythagorean Identities are proven to be true and are one type of identities that we are studying in this concept. They can be easily derived through our knowledge o...
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