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# Posts by JDM Educational Staff

link to Inverse Functions (3 Key Things To Remember)
link to Does Correlation Imply Causation? (3 Key Concepts)
link to Hyperbolas (3 Key Concepts & Examples)
link to How To Graph Sinusoidal Functions (2 Key Equations To Know)
link to Horizontal Asymptotes (3 Key Ideas & How To Find Them)

When you reach a certain point in your math career, perhaps around 8th or 9th grade, you likely learned about the Vertical Line Test, which is a test that determines if a relation is a function....

“Correlation does not imply causation.” This statement has been uttered so many times in stats classes, the statement has almost become a cliche! What does it really mean though? In this...

A hyperbola, in analytic geometry, is a conic section that is formed when a plane intersects a double right circular cone at an angle so that both halves of the cone are intersected. The intersection...

What is a sinusoidal function? If you’ve taken precalculus or even geometry, you’re likely familiar with sine and cosine functions. Does SOH CAH TOA ring any bells? Once trig functions have...

When graphing functions, it’s always useful to avail ourselves of different tools to help with the process. Asymptotes are a huge help when graphing! While asymptotes are not part of the graph,...

Have you ever encountered the following type of statement? All cats are animals. Sheldon is a cat. Sheldon is an animal. This type of statement is called a syllogism. A syllogism is a...