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Unformatted text preview: Math 110 Lab 1 FS 2008 Name: PID: Section: Date: Problem #1. The graph of a function y = f (x) is shown below. Each square is one—by- one unit. ' Math 110 Lab 1 FS 2008 a) State the Domain and Range of f. Df R b) Write a sequence of transformations that leads from f to g(x) = —% f (—x) + 4 . Provide details of each transformation. 0) Use the sequence in b) to show changes in the Domain and Range and state Dg and Rg. d) Sketch the graph of g(x) = ——;— f (—x) + 4. Use different colors to show all intermediate graphs. e) Point (4, 0) is on the graph of f. Which point corresponds with (4, O) on the graph of g? (4, O) —~> .- Math 110 Lab 1 FS 2008 Problem #2. In a study of the factors that affect success in a calculus course, data were collected for 15 different people. Scores on an algebra placement test are given along with calculus achievement scores. Algebra 17 21 ll 16 15 ll 24‘27 l9 8 10 28 18 14 17 scores Calculus scores 73 66|64E1J70l7190 68 84J52 55 85 60J75’82 a) Find the linear regression model for this data. Round coefﬁcients of the equation to three decimal places. Linear regression model: b) Find the quadratic regression model for this data. Round coefﬁcients of the equation to three decimal places. Quadratic regression model: 0) Which model ﬁt better for the data set? Motivate your answer. - Total: /25 ...
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