College Algebra Chapter 3 Review 
Please note that this review does not reflect all types
of questions that may be asked on an exam.
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Find
f
( 1 ),
f
( 3 ), and
f
(
–
7 ) if
A.
f
( 1 ) =
–
12,
f
( 3 ) = 3,
f
(
–
7 ) = 12
B.
f
( 1 ) =
–
15,
f
( 3 ) =
–
1,
f
(
–
7 ) = 13
C.
f
( 1 ) =
–
14,
f
( 3 ) = 2,
f
(
–
7 ) = 9
D.
f
( 1 ) =
–
14,
f
( 3 ) = 0,
f
(
–
7 ) = 10
2. Find
f
( 0 ),
f
( 6 ),
f
( 5 ),
f
(
–
2 ) if
A.
f
( 0 ) = 2,
f
( 6 ) =
–
6,
f
( 5 ) = 27,
f
(
–
2 ) = 7
B.
f
( 0 ) = 3,
f
( 6 ) =
–
5,
f
( 5 ) = 29,
f
(
–
2 ) =
4
C.
f
( 0 ) =
–
1,
f
( 6 ) =
–
5,
f
( 5 ) = 24,
f
(
–
2 ) = 8
D.
f
( 0 ) = 4,
f
( 6 ) =
–
4,
f
( 5 ) = 28,
f
(
–
2 ) = 8
3. Find
for
.
A.
B.
C.
D.
4.
Determine the domain of the function.
5.
Determine the domain of the given function.
6. Determine whether
f
(
x
) is even, odd, or neither even nor odd.
A. The function is neither even nor odd.
B. The function is even.
C. The function is odd.
D. The
function is not defined.
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7.
Choose the graph of the linear function.
8.
Determine an equation of the function whose graph is a line that is parallel to the line
g
(
x
) =
5
x
1 and
passes through the point (4,
–
9).
A.
B.
C.
D.
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