domain-of-a-square-root-function-rational-functions-precalculus

This precalculus video tutorial explains how to find the domain of a square root function. It also contains examples and practice problems showing you how to write the domain of a rational function using interval notation. This video is useful for students taking algebra 2 or college algebra.

Here is a list of topics:

1. Square Root Functions - Domain

2. Domain of Cube Root Functions

3. Writing the Domain of a Rational Function Using Interval Notation

4. Plotting Solutions of a Number Line & Interval Notation

5. Radical Function In Numerator vs Denominator

6. Open vs Closed Circles - Brackets & Parentheses

7. Multiple or Two Square Root Functions - Addition, Subtraction and Division

8. Factoring Quadratic Expressions Inside a Square Root Function

9. Union & Infinity

10. Square Root and Rational Function Combined

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