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# Graphs of Rational Functions

## Graphs of functions with x in the denominator of a fraction

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## Graphs of Rational Functions

Graph and compare inverse variation equations and rational functions.
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## Graphs of Rational Functions

Graphing rational functions using transformation and asymptotes.
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## Graph Rational Functions

Shows how to graph rational functions using many examples.
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## Graphs of Rational Functions: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of the graphs of rational functions.
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## Graphs of Rational Functions: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of the graphs of rational functions.
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## Graphs of Rational Functions Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Graphs of Rational Functions.
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## Boyle's Law

Students will apply their understanding of inverse variation models by applying Boyle's Law to a bicycle pump.
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## Graphs of Rational Functions Study Guide

This study guide looks at variations (direct, inverse, joint), graphing rational functions and how to find asymptotes.
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