Functions and Their Graphs
by J. Nicholas, J. Hunter, J. Hargreaves
Publisher: University of Sydney 1997
Number of pages: 77
Table of contents: Functions (Definition of a function, Domain and range of a function, Specifying or restricting the domain of a function); More about functions; Piecewise functions and solving inequalities; Polynomials; Solutions to exercises.
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