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MTH 167 Precalculus, Fall 2018 Study Guide for Exam 1 Review problems solved in class and ALEKS homework problems Section 1.3 Finding domain and range of functions graphically and algebraically in interval notation Finding x- and y-intercepts algebraically Average rate of change Section 1.6 Graphing using transformations Section 1.7 Test symmetry algebraically Evaluating piecewise-defined functions Graphing piecewise-defined functions Intervals increasing or decreasing from graphs Finding local maximum and minimum values, and (absolute) maximum and minimum values Check Even and odd functions algebraically Section 1.8 Functions operations and domains (sum, difference, product, and quotient) Difference quotient Finding composite functions Finding domain of composite functions 2.1 Quadratic Functions Vertex of parabola, x- and y- intercept, axis of symmetry, graphing , maximum and minimum, and

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