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Unformatted text preview: that depicts these features. (a) y =√ 3x 2 (b) y = √ 9x 2 (c) y = √ 64x 2 Math 141 Monarres Practice Exam 1 February 13, 2007 5. Alcohol is known to be a social lubricant, this problem will investigate the relationship between the number of beers drank per party and the number of “hook ups” one encounters per month. Let x be the number of beers drank per party, let h be the number of “hook ups per month” per “beers per party” and H be the number of hook ups per month. It has been observed that for every extra beer you drink per party that h will decrease by 2. Furthermore we know that h is equal to 5 when you only drink one beer per party. (a) (5 points) Find the equation that expresses the number of hook ups per month as a function of the number of beers drank per party. ( H as a function of x ) (b) There will be more parts but I will not give it away. Sorry....
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 Spring '07
 Monarres
 Calculus, PreCalculus, Real Numbers, Inequalities, Quadratic equation, Euclidean geometry, hook ups

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