A monomial is a single term that can include any combination of numbers, variables, exponents, and multiplication. To multiply monomials, we need to be familiar with the laws of exponents. Here, we will look at a brief summary of the multiplication of monomials. Also,...

Polynomial multiplication exercises can be solved by using the distributive property and multiplying each term of the first polynomial by each term of the second polynomial. Every time we multiply polynomials, we get a polynomial with a higher degree. Here, we will...

Irrational functions are generally considered as functions that contain the radical sign. For example, functions that contain square roots, cube roots, or other roots are considered irrational functions. Here, we will look at a summary of irrational functions along...

Logarithmic functions are the inverse functions of exponential functions since they reverse the effect of these functions. To solve logarithmic functions, it is necessary to know the properties of logarithms since they allow us to rewrite logarithmic expressions in...

Polynomial functions are functions that only have non-negative integer exponents of the independent variable. Some examples of polynomial functions are the linear function, the quadratic function, and the cubic function. The graphs of these functions vary depending on...

Rational functions are functions that have a fraction with a polynomial in the denominator and a polynomial in the numerator. To graph these functions, it is necessary to determine what their asymptotes are. Here, we will look at a summary of rational functions. We...