asdas - Exam 1, Math015/115, Spring 2004 1 Exam 1...

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Exam 1, Math015/115, Spring 2004 1 Exam 1 Math015/115 Spring 2004 Name: _____________________ Note: No calculators, notes or other aids. Draw a box around your final answer. You have to show your work to receive credit for a solution. 1. Solve for x : (a) [10] 41 1 4 1 5 2 5 () x x + ++ = - (b) [10] 1 23 10 6 2 x x xx x + + - = - -- 2. [15] Find the inverse of fx x x = + - 35 42 . State clearly the domain and the range of both, () and - 1 ().
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Exam 1, Math015/115, Spring 2004 2 3. [15] Solve the inequality () ( ) xx -+ 45 31 0 2 . Graph the solution. Then state the solution in interval form. 4. Two bicyclists start at 12:00noon from opposite ends of a 40 miles long race track driving towards each other. Bicyclist A travels with a speed of 30 mph, and
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asdas - Exam 1, Math015/115, Spring 2004 1 Exam 1...

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