Precalculus Final Exam Review Sheet

# Precalculus Final Exam Review Sheet - Name Review Sheet...

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Name:________________________ Review Sheet, Precalculus Spring, 2008 Warning: This review sheet contains problems which may or may not be similar to problems on the precalculus final, which is composed by the math department. You will need to use Maple and/or a graphing calculator to work some of the problems on the final. 1. A straight line is the graph of a function except in the case of a _________ line. 2. The slope of the line through the points ( - 1,1) and (2, - 1) has numerical value = _______. The y-intercept of this line has numerical value = ________. 3. The average rate of change of f(x) = 3x +10 over any interval is equal to ________. 4. The stock price p(t) for a share of ABC Company stock at time t during the five year period beginning in 1998 is given by where t = 0 corresponds to the beginning of 1998 and t is in years. The highest stock price during the five year period is _______, and the lowest stock price during the period is ________. The range of the stock price during this period is given by 5. The area of a rectangle is a function of the length of the rectangle's longest side _____ (true or false). The area of a square is a function of the length of the side of the square _____ (true or false). 6. The domain of f(x) = 1/(x 2 - 2) is all real numbers except x = ______ and x = ______. The domain of g(x) = log(x + 1) is:

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## This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course MATH 2312 taught by Professor Engquist during the Spring '08 term at St. Edwards.

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