Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 1065 Schedule M 3 Prepares

Instructions and Help about Will Form 1065 Schedule M 3 Prepares

Hello everybody this is ricardo jency and we'll be going over basic photos for math 1065 follow along with me if you can in your page with all your other functions over at 3.3 we're going to begin with constant function which is y equals B and for example we're going to use y equals 1 for our equation and so with y equals what we have that line and so the first thing we're going to do is talk about domain and the thing about domains is that we remember that the definition for domains is all the X values that satisfy our graph and so how do we check for that an easy way to check for that is what I using the vertical line test so what I mean by that is we have tix at 1 2 negative 1 and negative 2 that I've drawn and I'm gonna extend those with red lines as shown here and if those red lines hit the function then that means that they satisfy on that particular domain so as you can see 1 2 negative 1 negative 2 all of the function so you know that those are satisfactory domains and so weird extend a function here to the left and to the right and we pretended like that's going to left forever to the right forever we could imagine that values like negative 100 positive 100 negative amelie a negative 2 million even would hit our graph still and so we would say that it will remain for this is pretty much infinite so our domain here would be negative infinity to positive infinity alright ok it's er doubt we'll do this over at the identity function as well and so we're checking for domain again and we're going to do the same thing here where we do some vertical lines for values like negative 1 negative 2 1 & 2 EDD check to see if these red lines hit our actual function line and so if we were to extend it to the left and right forever you can see or at least imagine the values like negative a million it positive million we'd hit that function for our X values and so with that we can say that our domain here would be negative infinity to positive infinity because again if we were to draw this out even farther we can see that the graph would be hitting with vertical line test all new real numbers alright and that we extend some lines out and we're going to exaggerate the lines a bit with the square function to show that it's going to the left and right because again we're checking for domain the domain is X values so free to extend it out and then we draw our vertical lines at you know negative 3 negative 1 1 1 2 and 3 we can see that they do in fact hit the square function so we would say that the main would be negative infinity to positive infinity here and again it's it's very interesting in worthwhile to draw these lines because we can see like virtual visual representations of it and i'll talk more about the book that finish it in just a second when we finish this last one with cube function and i'm gonna extend and exaggerate these lines of game with Q function so we have Q function being negative infinity to positive infinity and the reason for that is because we can do again the test we did before with the vertical lines sorry about that accidentally miss click there alright and so these first four are examples of polynomials and I'm going to shorten that to just poly and now i'm going to talk about the book definition the book definition for polynomials is saying that um the paranormal the domains for those would always be negative infinity to positive infinity they have a really long equation example but all that really long it creates an example is saying is that you're Paul numeral is such that it does not have a root function in it I mean long as it doesn't have a root in the equation or as long as it doesn't have a fraction in the equation that is a pot normal okay and so we're going to talk about that we're going to talk about root functions and how to find reciprocal functions which is basically the fraction functions i was talking about in just a moment and coming back to the constant function we notice it it's pretty much a straight line and so that means it's a linear function and the important part about the word linear is that there's the word line with minute and a good way to check for linear is that like you know that y equals one there's a understood one for its power and then for y equals x is understood one for its power as well so you'll notice that the linear equations they're all to the first power and we can compare that to stuff like square root cube function etc see how the X 2 2 is not equal 1 X to the third so that's not linear you can also tell not just by the equation but also by the graph your you were to draw it that these kind of curve and then really form straight lines and then the square root function here if you were to rewrite the square root function as an exponent you will see that it's X to the first power and based on the graphics all visually you'll see that it doesn't look like a line and the cube root function again the cube group can be written as X to the power of one-third and again doesn't look like a line and absolute value function is looking like a V I can't really I'm.