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Unformatted text preview: MATH 041 EXAM I, FORM A FALL 2007 1. Solve the equation x 2 = l . 7. Solve the absolute value inequality 7 i |233 * 1| 2 0, a) a: = 4 a) [—3. 4i b) = —4. b) [—00, c) :r = —16 C) {—00, —3] U d) x = 10 d) [700, *3] U [4, oo] 2 What quantity of a 60% a/eid soiution must be mixed with a 30% 8' Find the midpmnt Of the sagmcnt juining the pomts {5‘ ha) and Solution to produce 300 niL of a 50% solution? (129)- a) 50 mL a) (2.5, 8.5) b) 100 mL h) (2.5, 0.5) P) 150 mL C) (8.5, —0.5} d} 200 mL G) (8-5, 0.5) . , - = 2 _ ,. - . 3. Find all values of k: so that the equation 9:52 + km. : #4 has exactly 9' T85" me (quatlon y m I'L‘ for symmetry one real solution. a) The graph is symmetric with respect to the y-axis. b) The graph is symmetric with respect to the xuaxis. c) The graph is symmetric with respect to the origin. d} There is no symmetry. 10. Find the center and radius of the circle with the equation (c2 + y"a + 5 8a: — 4y 2 1. 4. Find all complex solutions of the equation to + 4 + i = 0. 'w a.) center (—4,?)1 radius v21 a) w:—2+2i.w=—2—2i b) center (—8. 2}1 radius 21 b) w : —2+i\/§,m = —2—i\/§ c) center (—81 2), radius m c)w:4+1§\/§,w=4—i\/§ d) center {4, —-2). radius 21 Ci) w=l+'i.w='| 71‘} 11. Determine the equation for the line passing through the point (i, 5. Find all real solutions of the equation LE — TJE+ if} = 0. 4} which is parallel to tho lino passing through both of the points (—1.-2) and (—3,12). e 9:2,. =' L) r r a rL) 1 +27 ‘ ?=~ — b] 1!:—2.1'=—5 J 7x 7 C) x:4,:i::25 h) y=77w+11 ‘1 ‘29 d 11".:—-4,5L'=—25 C 1:..-x _ i ) J 7 + 7 d) y=7m+ll (i. Solve the inoquahty > 3:13. :1‘+1 d a) (—oo.—1)u(7§.o) b) (—oo.—1)U(~l,0) e) (—1,oo) (l) (0,00) MATH 041 EXAM I, FORM A FALL 2007 12- It is given that 1” Varies .iUint‘b’ '35 I and 14- 1f 50 Z 3a y = 7, L113“ 17. State how the graph of the function y = x2+4x+2 can be obtained M = 14. Find the constant of proportionality. from the graph of fix) = m2 + 433, a) k = :1 a.) The graph of is reflected about the. x—axis. 1 b} The graph of is reflected about the y-axis. b) k = — 6 c) The graph of is translated 2 units to the right and 1 2 unit down. c) k 2 d) The graph of f(:1:) is moved up 2 units. 3 d L‘. = 4 ) 4 18. Find the maximum or minimum value (whichever is appropriate) for “a _+_ h) _ fat) the function I3- Find the difference qum-k‘m f: h # 0: for = y = 9:2 —8:c+1. State whether the value is a. maximum or minimum. .1;2 + 1. a.) 15: maximum 1 b) 4: maximum 2 . b) h. + .2 c) 4: minimum h —15: ' ' 2M1 + ’12 + 1 (1) minimum c) W h d) 2a + h 19. Let f(:L') 2 5.1: + 1 and g(m) = —‘2;v: — 5. Find (9 o f)(.'r:). T2 1 a} —10x+24 14. Determine the domain of the function Mm) = b) ‘10:}: i 7 ’ —10 7 24 a) (—00. a) “i w 1 710 — 4 b) (—00, —6) t ) w c) (fioo. 6] 20. Find the linear function if the graph of its inverse Function passes d) (*6, 00) through the. points (—1. 10) and (0, 15). 15. The graph of g is given below. Find 9(72) and the domain and 1 range of g. a) : 337 — 3 b ., z” 73 a} g(—2) undefined. domain: [71,3], range: {—3.2} } fl?) on: c) : 5:11 + 15 1 c) g(—2) = —1. domain: (—3, —2) LJ (*2, 2), range: [—1, 2) ‘31) ms) 2 ‘53 — 5 b) g(—2) = —1. doiriain: (~3, 2], range: [—1.2] d} g(—2) undefined, domain: (73.2), range: (—1.2) 161 Compute the average rate of Change of the function fins) : m i 1 on [—4. —2]. a) 1/3 b) 2/3 c) 71/3 d) —2/3 M41A.key '_| O WUWWOUZIOD’O WWUUOEIJWUOUJD‘J Page 1 ...
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