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  • Domain and Range   – This screencasts gives a short introduction to the concept of domain and range.
  • Domain of a Function – Example   – This screencasts demonstrates how to find the domain of a function using two basic examples.
  • Understanding the Graphs of Functions   – This screencast uses functional notation to understand various aspects of the graph of a function including domain and range.
  • Parent Functions     – This screencast lists all of the 7 parent functions.
  • Domain    – This screencast explains the domain of each of the 7 parent functions.
  • Range    –  This screencast explains the range of each of the 7 parent functions.
  • Transforming the Graph of a Function   – This screencast demonstrates how to transform the graph of a function.
  • Transforming the Graph of a Function – Part 2   – This screencast is the second of two parts which demonstrates how to transform the graph of a function.
  • Operations on Functions  – This screencast gives four separate examples on how to add, subtract, multiply and divide functions
  • Combining Functions  with Tables  –  This screencast demonstrates how to add, subtract, multiple and divide functions using tables.
  • Combining Functions Graphically    –  This screencast demonstrates how to add, subtract, multiply and divide functions given two graphs. Has an embedded question.
  • *Operations on Graphs of Functions   – This screencast demonstrates how to subtract, multiply and divide functions given a graph.
  • Composition of Functions    – This screencast demonstrates composition of functions by doing some examples. It gives an embedded problem at the end. Has an embedded question.

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