๐ Functions defined by parts are composed of different behaviors on different intervals.

๐ These functions can be represented as piecewise graphs, with each interval having a different function.

๐ The behavior of the function changes abruptly at the endpoints of each interval.

๐ The video discusses a function defined by parts with multiple constant values in different intervals.

๐ The function has jumps at specific intervals, resulting in different constant values.

๐ To describe the function, we need to consider the three intervals where it takes distinct values.

๐ The video explains the concept of piecewise defined functions.

๐ข An example is used to illustrate how to define a function on different intervals.

๐ The function value changes depending on the interval it falls into.

๐ The video explains the concept of functions defined by parts.

โ ๏ธ It emphasizes the importance of using a strict inequality in the interval.

๐ข The example demonstrates how a piecewise function behaves in different intervals.

๐ Functions defined by parts have constant values within each interval.

โ ๏ธ The function should have a single value at the point of transition between intervals.

๐ It is important to know exactly where the transition points occur in a function defined by parts.

๐ Functions defined by parts have specific values for different intervals.

๐ The function values may be the same or different for a number in different intervals.

โ The function is defined for the interval from -1 to 9, including -1 and 9.

๐ The function value in the given interval is -7.

๐ The use of function notation is observed to be useful.

๐ The speaker enjoyed exploring these functions.