Oftentimes you’ll base your graph of a function off of the “parent function,” which is the simplest form of that type of function. Arun and Katie describe common parent functions and how you would change the graph of them to depict a more complicated function of the same type.

**Lesson 2: Solving equations and inequalities**

**Lesson 3: Graphing**

- Introduction to graphing
- Parent functions 📝
- Exercises: Graph each translation
- Domain
- Exercises: Find the domain
- Graphing polynomials
- Exercises: Graph polynomials
- Graphing rational functions
- Exercises: Graph rational functions
- Logarithmic and exponential functions
- Exercises: Graph logarithmic and exponential functions
- Graph trigonometric functions
- Exercises: Graph trigonometric functions
- Piecewise functions