This algebra 2 video tutorial focuses on graphing radical functions. It explains how to graph radical equations using transformations and by plotting points. Transformations include reflection over the x-axis, y-axis, origin, horizontal shift, vertical shift, and vertical stretch. In addition, it discusses how to find the domain and range of a radical function and write it using interval notation.
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