# Pre-calculus Crossword Puzzle

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## PRE-CALCULUS

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10 A critical point of a graph where the graph changes its curvature from concave down to concave up or vise versa
12 The line x=a is a ......... for a function.
13 The line y=b is a ........... for a function
14 Two relations are inverse relations if and only if one relation contains the element (b, a) whenever the other relation contains the element (a, b).
15 That (f(x)) bbecomes greater and greater as the graph approaches a given x-value.
17 A line that a graph approaches but never intersects.
18 The constant k used with direct or inverse variation.
19 When there is a value in the domain for which f(x) is undefined, but the pieces of the graph match up, then f(x) has...
21 Y varies inversely as x^n if there is some nonzero constant k such that x^ny=k.
23 Is a quotient of two polynomial functions.
27 Determines if the inverse of a relation will be a function.
28 If a function is not discontinuous.
29 Indicates that the graph stops at a given value of the domain and then begins again at a different range value for the same value of the domain.
34 The general term for maximum or minimum.
35 A critical point of a graph where the curve changes from decreasing curve to an increasing curve
1 Two distinct points P and P' are symmetric with respect to a line L if and only if L is the perpendicular bisectorof PP'.
2 They occur when the degree of the numerator of s rational function is exactly one greater than that of the denominator.
3 An anchor graph from which other graphs in the family are derived.
4 If there is a break in the graph of the function at the point.
5 The relationship between braking distance and car speed.
6 A point that represents the minimum for a certain interval.
7 Functions whose graphs are symmetric with respect to the y-axis.
8 The least value of a function.
9 Two distinct points P and P' are symmetric with respect to point M if and only if M is the midpoint of PP'.
11 A function that is impossible to graph in the real number system is said to be...
16 Describes what the y-values do as {x} becomes greater and greater.
20 A critical point of a graph where the curve changes from an increasing curve to a decreasing curve.
22 The greatest value that a function assumes over its domain.
24 Functions whose graphs are symmetric with respect to the origin.
25 A point that represents the maximum or minimum for a certain interval.
26 A point that represents the maximum for a certain interval.
29 This type of variation occurs when one quantity varies directly as the product of two or more other quantities.
30 If and only if the function is increasing on I or decreasing on I.
31 Sovles for the y after switching variables.
32 Points on a graph at which a line drwan tangent to the curve is horizontal or vertical.
33 When applying point symmetry to a set of points, each point P in the set must have an image point P' which in the set.