• Resource ID: SE121021
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

1.04 Inverse Functions

In this video, students will learn about inverse functions and how the original function and its inverse are related.

• Resource ID: SE121022
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

1.05 Graphs of Functions

In this video, students will review the graphs of several common functions along with transformations, reflections, stretching, compressing, and symmetry.

• Resource ID: SE121001
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.01 Exponential Functions

In this video, students will learn the definition of exponential functions and their properties.

• Resource ID: SE121002
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.02 Exponential Graphs

In this video, students will learn to graph exponential functions.

• Resource ID: SE121003
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.03 Logarithmic Functions

In this video, students will learn the definition of logarithmic functions and their properties.

• Resource ID: SE121004
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.04 Logarithmic Graphs

In this video students will learn to graph logarithmic functions.

• Resource ID: SE121005
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.05 Solving Exponential Equations

In this video students will learn how to solve equations with exponential functions.

• Resource ID: SE121006
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.06 Solving Logarithmic Equations

In this video students will learn how to solve equations with logarithmic functions.

• Resource ID: SE121007
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.07 Compound Interest

In this video students will learn about compound interest and how to calculate it using exponential functions.

• Resource ID: SE121008
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

3.08 Exponential and Logarithmic Models

In this video, students will learn about real life applications of exponential and logarithmic functions as models for natural phenomenon.

• Resource ID: SE1210B
• Grade Range: 9–12
• Subject: Math

6.08 Bonus Video: Law of Sines—The Ambiguous Case

The Law of Sines can be used to solve for sides and angles of oblique triangles. However, in some cases more than one triangle may satisfy the given conditions. We refer to this as an ambiguous case.