Power functions are methods/ formulas that are used to plot points on a graph. The standard formula for power functions is f (x) =KxP, K is variable that is non-zero, x is your standard input variable and P is the (constant) exponent. When it comes time to plot points on the graph using a power... Continue Reading →

# Math Autobiography

I believe that it is a safe bet when most people from a young age starts to dislike from the first time they start doing Algebra. It makes no sense why letters and numbers come to together, not to mention the other high level concepts/techniques that comes with territory. I personally fall into that category... Continue Reading →