# HOMEWORK 13-9 USE REASONING

Modeling with Two Lines 7. Exploring Graphs of Rational Functions A — Linear Population Growth 3. A — Talking About Quantities 1. Modeling with Rational Functions Making Predictions with Lines 6.

Inverting Exponential Functions Modeling with Power Functions A — Transformations of Quadratic Functions B — Determining the Number of Solutions 7. Making Predictions with Lines 6.

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# MyLab Math for Reasoning with Functions I — Student Access Kit

B — Doubling Time and Growth Models Exploring Logarithmic Models 4. B — Models of Exponential Growth and Decay 3. A — Fractional Exponents It is designed as a five-contact-hour course, with the Intermediate and College Algebra skills needed to prepare for Reasoning with Functions II.

C — Solving Systems Using Substitution 7. C — Vertical Asymptotes vs.

B — Building Polynomial Models C — Finding Intersections of Lines 6. A — Introduction to Power Functions C — Decaying Oscillations Continued D — Solving Quadratic Equations Exploring Other Exponential Models A — The Logistic Function Exploring Logistic Growth and Oscillation C — Modeling With Quadratic Functions B — Composing and Inverting Transformations Exploring Linear, Exponential, and Periodic Models 3.

A — Vertical Asymptotes Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations C — Domain and Range 2. Exploring Asymptotic Behavior B — Processes 2. B — Average Rates of Change Continued Making Predictions with Lines 6. Exploring Inverse Homrwork