## How to Graph Irrational Functions with Examples

To obtain the graphs of irrational functions, we need to consider the domain of the function. This is because we … Read more

## Graphs of Logarithmic Functions

The logarithmic function $latex y=\log _ {b} x$ is defined as the inverse function of the exponential function $latex y={{b}^x}$. … Read more

## How to Graph Linear Functions – Three Methods

There are three basic methods for graphing linear functions. The first method is to plot points and then draw a … Read more

## Linear Systems of Equations 2×2 – Methods and Examples

Linear systems of equations are systems that contain equations with variables of the first degree. All the equations of these … Read more

## Linear Equations – Definition and Forms

Linear equations are equations that produce graphs that are linear, that is, their graphs are straight lines. The main characteristic … Read more

## Direct and Inverse Proportionality with Examples

Direct and inverse proportionality allows us to compare two quantities and understand how they are related. Direct proportionality refers to … Read more

## Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences – Formulas and Examples

The two most straightforward sequences we can work with are arithmetic and geometric sequences. Arithmetic sequences are characterized in that … Read more

## How to Factor a Difference of Squares? – Steps and Examples

To factor a difference of squares, we need to start by applying a square root to both terms of the … Read more

## Linear Equations with Two Variables – Examples and Practice

Linear equations with two variables are equations that have two variables that are not raised to any power. An example … Read more

## Prime Numbers up to 200

The prime numbers up to 200 are: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, … Read more