What is Cosecant and How to Graph y=csc x
What is Cosecant and How to Graph y=csc x

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Pre-calculus
semester 1 vocabulary
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Sine Wave
a waveform that represents periodic oscillations
3.
Sine Wave Example
4.
Cosine Wave
basically a sine wave but each point occurs exactly ¼ cycle earlier
5.
Cosine Wave Example
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Exponential Function
A function that determines if something will increase or decrease
7.
ƒ(x) = b^x or ƒ(x) = a
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Logistic Function
Basically an exponential function but with a domain, range, and carrying capacity (K)
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basically an Exponential Function with a limit
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Exponential Function Base
The variable is the exponent, Base must always be positive { e^k-x }
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f(x) = b^k(x)
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Irrational Root Theorem
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Multiplicity
The number of times a certain factor occurs
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Imaginary Root Theorem
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Rational Zeros Theorem
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Long Division
arithmetical division in which the divisor has two or more figures
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Synthetic Division
Synthetic division is a shorthand, or shortcut, method of polynomial division when dividing by a linear factor
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Remainder Theorem
if f(x) is a polynomial in x then the remainder on dividing f(x) by x − a is f(a)
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The Natural Log Function
the inverse function of the exponential function
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y=tan(x)
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y=cot(x)
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y=sec(x)
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y=csc(x)
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