In Square Root Functions and Inequalities, Dr. Eaton first begins with a review of square root functions then moves into graphing square root functions. After are square root inequalities and four examples to test your understanding.
Exclude all values that make the radicand negative.
The graph of a square root function is half of a parabola.
The initial point of the graph can be translated horizontally or vertically from the origin, depending on the additive constants in the function.
Square Root Functions and Inequalities
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