## How to Graph the Linear Parent Function

Graphing the most basic form of a line. The parent function of linear equations is graphed using two different methods.

From Ginger Hampton

Graphing the most basic form of a line. The parent function of linear equations is graphed using two different methods.

From Ginger Hampton

Learn about graphing linear equations. A linear equation is an equation whose highest exponent on its variable(s) is 1. i.e. linear equations has no exponents ...

From Brian McLogan

Yay Math in Studio returns, with the help of baby daughter, to share some knowledge about parent functions and their transformations. Specifically, we use the ...

From yaymath

This video looks at transformations of linear functions. Included are vertical translations, rotations, and reflections over the y-axis. Four examples are included.

From Marty Brandl

From Ms Shaws Math Class

In this video, Mahalo math expert Allison Moffett explains linear equations. Functions are just equations that express a specific relationship between two ...

From mahalodotcom

From Debra Gilliland

For a complete lesson on linear parent graph and transformations, go to http://www.MathHelp.com - 1000+ online math lessons featuring a personal math ...

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From Casey Kimball

Learn how to recognize shifts, vertical and horizontal stretches and reflections as they affect parent functions in this free math video tutorial by Mario's Math ...

From Anna Shirtum

This math video tutorial provides a review of parent functions with their graphs and transformations. This video is for students who might be taking algebra 1 or 2, ...

From Jwpthsmath

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From Khan Academy

From Jessica Salinas

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From Jerome Valdez

Sal walks through several examples of how to write g(x) implicitly in terms of f(x) when g(x) is a shift or a reflection of f(x). Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next ...

From Khan Academy

Mr. Mize teaches how to understand slope.

From mrmizeteaches

This lesson teaches how to determine from a table of values whether a relation is linear, quadratic, or exponential.

From MSW8thGradeMath

Learn about graphing absolute value equations. An absolute value equation is an equation having the absolute value sign and the value of the equation is ...

From Brian McLogan

This video shows you how to graph almost any equation that you may encounter in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, College Algebra, Trigonometry, ...

Algebra I Cyber: The Linear Parent Function.

From johnmvenner

From Daniel Kopsas

So often, books and instructors jump into teaching lines without diving into what they really represent. In this segment of Yay Math in Studio, we explore lines, ...

From yaymath

This video tutorial provides a review on how to find the domain and range of a function using a graph and how to write or express it using interval notation.

In this video I cover the basic anatomies of the linear and squaring (quadratic) parent functions.

From plvacademymath

Here is a list of five basic parent functions that you should have memorized, with their domain and range.

From Denice Delk

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From Khan Academy

This algebra 1 & 2 video tutorial shows you how to graph absolute value functions with inequalities using transformations from the parent function. This video ...

Linear function dublin city schools. Domain left( { infty, infty } let's explore the different parent functions and learn how to determine if a graph or an equation ...

From sandy sandy

This calculus video tutorial explains how to sketch the derivatives of the parent function using the graph f(x). This video contains plenty of examples and practice ...

Sketching linear absolute value function using transformations and identifying domain and range examples at 11:07 15:00 18:00 23:20 Example highlighting ...

From ProfRobBob

From Jeff Nelson

From survermath

Parent function: f(x) = x Family members: y = mx + b Note: x = b do not belong to this family and is not a function. Watch the video to understand the caracteristics ...

From Anil Kumar

From Rob Parrott

Creating graphs of the 4 parent functions that we look at in Algebra 1: Linear, Quadratic, Absolute Value, and Exponential.

Learn how to modify the equation of a linear function to shift (translate) the graph up, down, left, or right. Learn how to reflect the graph over an axis. And how to ...

From wolferobynm

This is the 2nd lesson in the series, "Study of Functions 1." This lesson looks at all linear graphs that go through the origin. The parent function is the graph of y ...

From EducationCommonsRW

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From Khan Academy

This precalculus introduction / basic overview video review lesson tutorial explains how to graph parent functions with transformations and how to write the ...

How to work with Parent Functions and Transformations. Translating, reflecting, stretching and compressing parent functions. We discuss the cubic, quadratic, ...

This video looks at the parent functions: linear, quadratic, cubic, and square root. It includes five examples.

From Marty Brandl

All basic parent functions are discussed in this video.

From Anil Kumar

Examples on how to identify transformations and graphs of parent functions absolute value and square root.

From bjgottsc

In this lesson we continue to compare graphs of linear functions which have the formula f(x)= y=ax+q to the graph of the parent function f(x)=y = x. We look at the ...

From Mindset Learn

Identify and graph cubic, square root, reciprocal function. Recall that the absolute value of a number is its distance from 0 on line parent function. Parent function ...

From Quiver Quiver

This video presents 7 parent functions with equations, graphs, domain and range.

From LawrenceAcademy Math