## Unit Description

During this unit you will learn how to move function left / right and up / down. These functions will be linear, quadratic, absolute value, cubic, radical, and rational. After learning how these functions will move or translate, you will learn how to compose functions using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The unit will conclude with find the zeros of functions using their graphs.

## Unit Objectives

1. Students will be able to compare the similarities of between linear, quadratic, rational, radical and absolute value functions.

2. Students will be able compare the differences between linear, quadratic, rational, radical and absolute value functions.

3. Students will be able to use the concept of functions transformations to move the following functions left, right, up, and

down from their parent function. These functions are (a) linear, (b) quadratic, (c) rational, (d) radical, and (e) absolute value.

4. Students will use composition of functions to compose linear, quadratic, rational, and radical functions using (a) addition, (b)

subtraction, (c) multiplication, (d) division, and (e) substitution.

2. Students will be able compare the differences between linear, quadratic, rational, radical and absolute value functions.

3. Students will be able to use the concept of functions transformations to move the following functions left, right, up, and

down from their parent function. These functions are (a) linear, (b) quadratic, (c) rational, (d) radical, and (e) absolute value.

4. Students will use composition of functions to compose linear, quadratic, rational, and radical functions using (a) addition, (b)

subtraction, (c) multiplication, (d) division, and (e) substitution.