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Math 150
Final Exam
Form A
Please be aware that this is a practice exam based on previous department exams.
There
may be topics from class that are not represented on this practice exam that are important.
Please refer to the information given by your professor or teaching assistant for a
complete list of topics covered on the actual Final Exam.
1.
Consider the function defined by
65
4
()
7
3
0
hx
x
x
x
=− −
+
(a)
Find the
intercepts
x
−
and determine whether the graph of
g
crosses or
touches the
axis
x
−
at each
intercept
x
−
.
Find the power function that
the graph of
g
resembles for
large
values of
x
.
(b)
Determine all the turning points of the graph of
g
, approximating the
coordinates with a graphing utility if necessary.
Round you answers off to
three
decimal places.
2.
Let
f
be the function defined by
2
() 1 ( 1
)
fx
x
=
−+
(a)
Determine the basic function and the sequence of transformations
needed to transform the basic function into the graph of
f
.
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Sketch the graph of
f
.
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course MATH 150 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '06 term at Ohio State.
 Spring '06
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