Math 10 Practice Test 3

# Math 10 Practice Test 3 - = x x x f 3 1 4 =< ≤-x x x 7...

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Math 10 Practice Test 3 Summer Bridge 2005 Name: _________________________ DO ALL PROBLEMS! SHOW ALL WORK! 1. Find the domain of the function 4 ) ( - = x x x f 2. Determine whether the given functions are even, odd, or neither. (a) 9 3 ) ( 2 3 - - = x x x f (b) 3 2 1 2 ) ( + = x x f 3. Find g f + , g f - , g f , and g f for each pair of functions. State the domain of each. (a) 3 1 ) ( - = x x f (b) x x g 3 ) ( = 4. Find the average rate of change from 2 to x for each function. Be sure to simplify. 2 3 ) ( 2 + - = x x x f 5. Graph each function using the techniques if shifting, compressing or stretching, and reflections. Identify any intercepts on the graph. State the domain and range based on the graph. (a) x x f - = 1 ) ( (b) 8 ) 2 ( 2 ) ( 3 - + - = x x g 6. Draw the graph of the piecewise function and find the domain and range.

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Unformatted text preview: = x x x f 3 1 ) ( 4 = < ≤-x x x 7. For the given functions f and g, find (a) g f (b) f g (c) f f (d) g g State the domain of each composite function. 3 1 ) ( + = x x f ; x x g 2 ) (-= 8. For the given functions f and g, find ) 4 )( ( g f 2 2 ) ( x x f = ; 2 3 1 ) ( x x g-= 9. Draw the graph of the given quadratic function and identify all intercepts, the vertex and the axis of symmetry. 1 6 ) ( 2--= x x x f 10. Find the formula for the inverse of the given function and state the domain and range of the original function. 4 3 2 ) ( +-= x x x f...
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## This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Mccombs during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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