# Calculus 1

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1. What are the guidelines for analyzing the graph of a function?
• 1) Determine the domain and range of a function
• 2) Determine the intercepts, asymptotes, and symmetry of the graph
• 3) Locate the x values for which f'(x) and f"(x) either are zero or do not exist. Use the results to determine relative extrema and points of inflection
2. When analyzing a function, how do you find x and y intercepts?
Section P.1
3. Symmetry
P.1
4. Domain and range
P.3
5. Continuity
Section 1.4
6. Verticle Asymtotes
1.5
7. Differentiability
2.1
8. Relative extrema
3.1
9. Concavity
3.4
10. Points of inflection
3.4
11. Horizontal asymptotes
3.5
12. Infinite limits at infinity
Section 3.5

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