MTH 219 Week 2 Overview

MTH 219 Week 2 Overview

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 MTH 219 Week 2 Overview
 

In Week 1 we built a solid foundation in algebraic skills to solve linear equations. It can also be helpful to visualize and graph those equations. Graphs can give us an easier ability interpreting equations that represent real-world scenarios. This week emphasizes the use of technology to visualize, interpret, analyze, and make conclusions about equations and functions. Linear equations are straight lines on a graph. An example of a linear equation is y = 3x + 4. This week we begin working with other types of polynomials. An example of a polynomial is y = 2x2 + 5x + 6. Working with polynomials that have variables with exponents greater than one will lay a foundation for you to create graphs and equations with curved lines. This will allow you to use math for a greater variety of real-world applications. This week you also determine the domain and range of a function, which helps you determine the boundaries of possibility for real-world problems.

As you may have realized, this course moves at a fast pace. It is worth the sacrifice, hard work, and determination that is required to succeed. Use the assistance in the forms of videos, live labs, and tutoring that are available to you. You can do it!
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