MATH III Honors COURSE DOCUMENTS: This page is a very important resource for parents/ guardians and students. This page will have electronic copies of informational documents, class handouts, review guides, and some solution keys. is a rational function. The numerator is p(x)andthedenominator is q(x). Examples. • 3(x5) (x1) • 1 x • 2x 3 1 =2x 3 The last example is both a polynomial and a rational function. In a similar way, any polynomial is a rational function. In this class, from this point on, most of the rational functions that we’ll see

Graphing Rational Functions Ppt - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. credits to the owner Limit Review This is a review sheet to remind you how to calculate limits. Some basic examples are sketched out, but for more examples you can look at Sections 9.1 and 9.2 in Harshbarger and Reynolds. Limits The definition of what it means for a function f(x) to have a limitat x = c is that: limx→c f(x) = L (the limit