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Course: MATH 1310, Summer 2011
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1310 Test Math 5 Review Question 1: Given the function: f ( x ) = log 2 ( x 4) + 1 , find: Domain_____________ Range _____________ Y-intercept ___________ X-intercept____________ Asymptote ____________ Transformations _______ _____________________ New Key Point Shifted (1,0)___________ Question 2: Given the function g ( x ) = e( x +2) 2 , find Domain_____________ Range _____________ Y-intercept ___________...

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1310 Test Math 5 Review Question 1: Given the function: f ( x ) = log 2 ( x 4) + 1 , find: Domain_____________ Range _____________ Y-intercept ___________ X-intercept____________ Asymptote ____________ Transformations _______ _____________________ New Key Point Shifted (1,0)___________ Question 2: Given the function g ( x ) = e( x +2) 2 , find Domain_____________ Range _____________ Y-intercept ___________ X-intercept____________ Asymptote ____________ Transformations _______ _____________________ New Key Point Shifted (0,1) ______________ Question 3: Part A: Write in logarithm form: 4x = 2 8 1 3 =2 Part B: Write in exponential form: log 3 ( x 1) = 2 Question 4: Simplify log 25 5 log 2 (2 2) eln(32) log 2 ( 1 ) 16 ln( 2) log16 1 Question 5: Write following the logarithm as a sum of logarithms with no products, powers or quotients. 3x 2 ( x 2)5 log 6 x+9 Question 6: Write the following expression as a single logarithm: 3log( x ) 4 log( x 2 + 2) + 1 log( x 1) 2 Question 7: Write the following logarithm as a sum of logarithms of prime numbers log(120) Question 8: Write the exponential function of the form f ( x ) = a x which passes through the points (0,1) and (3,8) . Question 9: Write the exponential function base 2 whose graph is given below: Question 10: Solve for x: 3x 2 = 21 Question 11: Solve for x: log 2 ( x 1) = 2 Question 12: Solve for x: 3x 5 = 81 Question 13: Solve for x: log 2 ( x 1) + log 2 ( x + 2) = 2 Question 14: Solve for x: log 2 ( x) + log 2 ( x + 1) = log 2 (2)
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