03_Chapter 2 - Graphs and Functions

03_Chapter 2 - Graphs and Functions - SECTION 2-1 83...

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Unformatted text preview: SECTION 2-1 83 CHAPTER 2 Section 2-1 1. The set of all points for which the x coordinate is 0 is the y axis. 3. The set of all points for which the x and y coordinates are negative is quadrant III. 5. The set of all points for which the x coordinate is positive and the y coordinate is negative is quadrant IV. 7. The set of all points for which x is positive, excluding those points for which y = 0 (positive x axis), includes quadrants I and IV. 9. The set of all points for which xy < 0 includes those points for which the x coordinate is positive and the y coordinate is negative (quadrant IV) and also those points for which the x coordinate is negative and the y coordinate is positive (quadrant II). 11. 13. 15. Point A has coordinates (2, 4). Its reflection through the y axis is A (2, 4). Point B has coordinates (3, 1). Its reflection through the y axis is B (3, 1). Point C has coordinates (4, 0). Its reflection through the y axis is C (4, 0). Point D has coordinates (5, 2). Its reflection through the y axis is D (5, 2). 17. Point A has coordinates (3, 3). Its reflection through the origin is A (3, 3). Point B has coordinates (0, 4). Its reflection through the origin is B (0, 4). Point C has coordinates (3, 2). Its reflection through the origin is C (3, 2). Point D has coordinates (5, 1). Its reflection through the origin is D (5, 1). 19. y = 2 x 4 Test y axis Test x axis Test origin Replace x with x : Replace y with y : Replace x with x and y with y : y = 2( x ) 4 y = 2 x 4 y = 2( x ) 4 y = 2 x 4 y = 2 x + 4 y = 2 x + 4 The graph has none of these symmetries. x y-4 2 4 4 84 CHAPTER 2 GRAPHS AND FUNCTIONS 21. y = 1 2 x Test y axis Test x axis Test origin Replace x with x : Replace y with y : Replace x with x and y with y : y = 1 2 ( x ) y = 1 2 x y = 1 2 ( x ) y = 1 2 x y = 1 2 x y = 1 2 x x y 4 2 The graph has symmetry with respect to the origin. We reflect the portion of the graph in quadrant I through the origin, using the origin symmetry. 23. | y | = x Test y axis Test x axis Test origin Replace x with x : Replace y with y : Replace x with x and y with y : | y | = x | y | = x | y | = x | y | = x | y | = x x y 4 4 The graph has symmetry with respect to the x axis. We reflect the portion of the graph where y 0 through the x axis, using the x axis symmetry. 25. | x | = | y | Test y axis Test x axis Origin symmetry Replace x with x : Replace y with y : follows automatically. | x | = | y | | x | = | y | |x| = | y | | x | = | y | x y 4 4 The graph has all three symmetries....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course MATH 1041 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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