TYPES OF FUNCTIONS
1. Constant function
2. Identity function
3. Square function
4. Cube function
5. Linear function
6. Square root function
7. Reciprocal function
8. Absolute value function
9. Greatest integer function(step function)
1. CONSTANT FUNCTION
This is a special form of linear function.A function is said to be constant when its slope,m=0.The domain of a constant function is a set of all real numbers and its range is a single number y-intercept(b).The constant function is an even function whose graph is constant over the domain.The graph makes a horizontal line with its range (y-intercept (b)).The expression for the constant function is

F(x)=b, where b is a real number.
2. IDENTITY FUNCTION
This is also a special form of linear function but both the domain and range are sets of real numbers.Identity function has a graph where slope,m=1 and y-intercept is 0.The line consists of all points for which x-co-ordinate equals the y-co-ordinate.The identity function increases over its domain and the expression for identity function is

F(x)=x
3. SQUARE FUNCTION
The domain of a square function is a set of real numbers and the range ia set of all positive numbers.The graph is a parabola which intersects at(0,0).The square function is an even function that is decreasing on the interval (-∞,0) and increasing on the interval (0,∞).The expression is

F(x)=x^2
4.CUBE FUNCTION
The domain and range of a cube function is a set of real numbers.The intercept of a cube function graph is at(0,0).The function is odd an increases on the interval(-∞,∞),it is given as
F(x)=x^3
5.SQUARE ROOT FUNCTION
The domain and range of the square root function are the set of positive(non-negative) real numbers.The intercept of the graph is at (0,0).The square-root function is neither even nor odd and is increasing on the interval (0,∞).It is given as

F(x)=√x
6.LINEAR FUNCTION
The domain f consists of all real numbers.The graph of a linear function...

... * Constant Function:
Let 'A' and 'B' be any two non–empty sets, then a function '' from 'A' to 'B' is called Constant Function if and only if range of '' is a singleton.
* Algebraic Function:
The function defined by algebraic expression are called algebraic function.
e.g.
* Polynomial Function:
A function of the form
Where 'n' is a positive integer and are real number is called a polynomial function of degree 'n'.
* Linear Function:
A polynomial function with degree '' is called a linear function. The most general form of linear function is
* Quadratic Function:
A polynomial function with degree '2' is called a Quadratic function.
The most general form of Quadratic equation is
* Cubic Function:
A polynomial function with degree '3' is called cubic function.
The most general form of cubic function is
* Identity...

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3.1 The Production Function
Production function is a tool of analysis used in explaining the input-output relationship.
It describes the technical relationship between inputs and output in physical terms. In its
general form, it holds that production of a given commodity depends on certain specific
inputs. In its specific form, it presents the quantitative relationships between inputs and
outputs. A productionfunction may take the form of a schedule, a graph line or a curve,
an algebraic equation or a mathematical model. The production function represents the
technology of a firm.
An empirical production function is generally so complex to include a wide range of
inputs: land, labour, capital, raw materials, time, and technology. These variables form
the independent variables in a firm’s actual production function. A firm’s long-run
production function is of the form:
Q = f(Ld, L, K, M, T, t) (3.1.1)
where Ld = land and building; L = labour; K = capital; M = materials; T = technology;
and, t = time.
For sake of convenience, economists have reduced the number of variables used in a
production function to only two: capital (K) and labour (L). Therefore, in the analysis of
input-output relations, the production function is expressed as:
Q = f(K, L) (3.1.2)
Equation (3.1.2) represents the algebraic or...

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