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Graphing Piecewise functions with TI84 calculator
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Grade Level Grades 6-12
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Students in Algebra 2 and other advanced classes are often asked to graph and evaluate piecewise functions. These problems are much easier to evaluate if you can use the power of the graphing calculator to graph and view the resulting function. A typical example is f(x)
Students can enter this function (note it is a function, because there is only one value of y for every x), into Y= and graph. Keywords: Differentiation, derivatives, continuous. CCSS: HSF-IF.1, HSF-IF.2, HSF-IF.3, HSF-IF.4, HSF-IF.5, HSF-IF.6, HSF-IF.7, HSF-IF.8, HSF-IF.9

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February 12, 2020
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