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Unformatted text preview: MREE. IE B . 1. Determine whether the following relation is a function. Give the domain and range for the relation.
(section 1.2)
{(2) 4)! (ll 3)! (“21 3)! (on 2)! (l! 2. Determine whether the following equation deﬁnes y as a function of x. (section 1.2) 11+y2=25 3. Graph the following piecewisedeﬁned function: (section 1.3)
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fix) = { —x—l,xal f(x+h) —i‘2, it ¢ 0 where f(x) = —x2 — 2x+ 3. (section 1.3) 4. Find and simplify the difference quotient h 5. Determine whether f(x) = 2 x4 — x3 + 1 is even, odd, or neither. Justify your answer. (section 1.3) 6. Given the graph of f below, determine each of the following. (section 1.3) a) the domain off. b) the range off. c) the xintencepts (if any). d) the y—intercept (if any). e) the intervals on which f is increasing (if any), decreasing (if any). or constant (if any). f) the numbers, if any, at which f has a relative maximum. What ate these relative maxima?
g) the numbers, if any, at which f has a relative minimum. What are these relative mimima? 7. Write the equation in slopeintercept form of the line that is a) parallel and b) perpendicular to the line
—2x + 3 y = 7 and passes through the point (2, 3). (section 1.5) 8. Find the average rate of change of the function f(x) = x2 — 2.: from x; = —2to x2 = 3. (section 1.5) 9. Graph the function y = Ix + 21—2. (section 1.6) 10. Find the domains of the following functions: a) f(x) = x3218 . b) g(x) = V 4 — 2 x . (section 1.7) 11. Find (fog) (x) and the domain oft‘fog)(x) where f(x) = :35 and g(x) = 5. (section 1.7) 12. Given f(x) = 3357 ﬁnd f1(x). (section 1.3) x— z  M1251mlrevtew. nb 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 23. 26. 27. 28. 29. . Graph the rational function f(x) = :2: Find the midpoint of the line segment connecting the points (—2, — l) and (— 8, 6) and then ﬁnd the
distanco between these two points. (section 1.9) Find the center and radius of the following equation of a circle by putting it in standard form and then
graph. (section 1.9) x2+4x+y2—8y+16=0 1—4i Write m; in standarda + b i form. (section 2.1) Solve the quadratic equation 3 x2 = 4x — 6 using the quadratic formula. If the solution(s) are complex,
write in standard a + b 1' form. (section 2.1) Graph the function f(x) = x2 + 4x + 1. (section 2.2) A rectangular garden is to be fenced off and divided into 3 equal regions by fencing parallel to one side of
the garden. 200 feet of fencing is used. Find the dimensions of the garden that maximize the total area
enclosed. What is the maximum area? (section 2.2) Use the Leading Coefﬁcient Test to determine the end behavior of the graph of
f(x) = —12Jt5 + 3 .13 — 2x2 +14. (section 2.3) Use the Intermediate Value Theorem to show that the polynomial function f(x) = .13 + .1:2 — 2x + 1 has
a real zero between 3 and — 2. (section 2.3) Determine the xintercepts, the yintercept, and use these along with points between and beyond the
x—intercepts to graph the polynomial function f(x) = —2 (x + 2) (x — 1)(x — 2). (section 2.3) . Use the Rational Zero Theorem to list all possible rational zeros of the function f(x)= 3x4“ 11x33x2—6x+8. (section2.5) Find all zeros of the polynomial function f(x) = 13 ~ 6x2 + 10x — 3. (section 2.5) Find an nthdegree polynomial function with real coefﬁcients satisfying the given conditions.
it = 3; 6 and — 5 + 21' are zeros; f(2) = —636. (section 2.5) .4 16 ' horizontal asymptote (if any). (section 2.6) List the intercepts, the vertical asymptote(s) (if any). and the 3 .138 12+ 16 x—6 Find the slant ﬁSYmPtOte 0f 16(1) = 12—2 1+4 . (section 2.6) Solve the polynomial inequality 3 x2 + 7x 2 6. (section 2.7) Solve the rational inequality :72 2 2. (section 2.7) Graph f (x) = 2"'1 + 1. Include the horizontal asymptote in your graph. (section 3.1) 30. 31. 32. 33. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 41. 42. masarmlrevmme l 3 Find the accumulated value of an investment of $5,000 for 3 years at an interest rate of 6% if money is
a) compounded quarterly and b) compounded continuously. (section 3.1) Find the domain and vertical asymptote of f(x) = log2(:r  2) and then graph. include the vertical
asymptote in your graph. (section 3.2) Use the properties of logarithms to expand the following logarithmic expression as much as possible.
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(x+3) Write the following logarithmic expression as a single logarithm whose coefﬁcient is 1. (section 3.3) glogzx + 2log2(y + 2) — g log2 z 2.1:+3
) . (section 3.4) Solve the exponential equation 91" = Solve the following equation. Round your solution to two decimal places. (section 3.4)
e‘”"5 —7 :11, 243 Solve the logarithmic equation log3(x — 5) + log3(x + 3) = 2. (section 3.4) Solve the logarithmic equation log(x — 3) + log(x + 1) = log(7x — 23). (section 3.4) in 2003. the population in Mexico was approximately 104.9 million and by 2009 the population was approximately 116.2 million. a) Use the exponential growth model A = A0 9“, in which 1‘ is the number
of years after 2003, to ﬁnd an exponential growth function that models the data. Round the rate of growth
k to three decimal places. b) What will the population be in 2015 to the nearest tenth of a million? c) When will the population be 200 million to the nearest year? (section 3.5) Use the exponential decay model A = A0 e“ to answer the following question. The halflife of
thorium229 is 7340 years. How long will it take for a sample of this substance to decay to 20% of
the original amount? Round k to 6 decimal places and the number of years to one decimal place.
(section 3.5) . The minute hand of a clock is 6 inches long and moves from 12 to 4 o'clock. How far does the tip of the minute hand move? Round your answer to two decimal places. (section 4.1) A Ferris wheel of radius 25 feet makes 9 revolutions in 3 minutes. a) Find the linear speed, v, of a seat
on this Ferris wheel to the nearest foot per minute. b) Find the angular speed, w, of a seat on this Ferris
wheel to the nearest radian per minute. (section 4.1) Using the given reference angles, ﬁnd the remaining angles and their coordinates on the unit circle.
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43. At a certain time of day, the angle of elevation of the sun is 40°. To the nearest foot, ﬁnd the height of a
tree whose shadow is 35 feet long. (section 4.3)
44. The point (2, 3) is on the terminal side of an angle 0. Find the exact value of each of the six
trigonometric functions. (section 4.4)
45. Find the exact value of each of the remaining trigonometric function of 6 where cos 0 = — 31, 6 in
quadrant III. (section 4.4)
46. Find the exact values of the following trigonometric functions. Do not use a calculator.
a) sin(nT"). b) tan(— 9—41). (section 4.4)
47. Determine the amplitude, period, and phase shift of f(x) = 3 sin(2 x — and then graph one period.
(section 4.5)
43. Graph y = tan(x — g), 0 5 x 5 2n. (section 4.6)
49. Find the exact value of a) sin“(— §) b) tan1H?) c) cos1(oos £31] d) sec(sin" 5]. (section 4.7)
50. Use a right triangle to write the following expression as an algebraic expression. Assume that x is positive and that the given inverse trigonometric function is deﬁned for the expression in x. (section 4.7)
tan[tcos‘1 2 x] 51. 52. 53. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 61. 62. M125ﬁralrevlew.m l 5 An object moves in simple harmonic motion according to the function d = —6 cos E t, where t is measured in seconds and din inches. Find a) the maximum displacement b) the frequency c) the time required for
one cycle. (section 4.8) A building that is 120 feet high casts a shadow that is 35 feet long. Find the angle of elevation of the sun
to the nearest degree. (section 4.8) Verify the following trigonometric identities. a) tan .1: + cot x = sec xcsc x b) 1m.” = secx + tanx. (section 5.1)
“m1 Find the exact value of cos 105 °. (section 5.2) Given tana = J31, (1 lies in quadrant II, and cos :3 = E. )3 lies in quadmnt I, ﬁnd a) cos(a + 6’)
b) sin(a + [3) c) tan(a + [3). (section 5.2) . 8
Given tan a = ~13. t) tan (section 5.3) 0 lies in quadrant III ﬁnd a) sin2a b) cos 2a c) tanZa d) sin 525 e) cos g Find a) all solutions in the interval [0, 2 yr) and b) all solutions to the trigonometric equation
2cos2 x + 3 cosx = — 1. (section 5.5) To ﬁnd the height of a building a surveyor takes a measurement from the west of a building and ﬁnds the angle of elevation to the top of the building is 62°. The surveyor takes another measurement from a
point 200 feet to the west of the ﬁrst point and ﬁnds the angle of elevation to the top of the building is 48°.
Find the height of the building to the nearest foot. (section 6.1) Points B and C are on opposite sides of a lake. From a point A on land, the distance to the point B is 1.25
miles and the distance to point C is 1.15 miles. If angle BA C is 55 °, ﬁnd the length of the lake to the
nearest hundreth of a mile. (section 6.2) Solve the following system of equations. (section 7.1) 2x—3y=4
3x+2y=3 Solve the following system of equations. (section 7.4) E+f=5
3x—y=5 Solve the following system of equations. (section 7.4) 3x2+2y2=35
4x2+3y2=48 s l mzsnmlrewewm 1. The relation is not a function. Domain: {2, 1, —2, 0]; Range: [4, 3, 2, 5}. 2. The equation does not determine y as a function of x. For instance, (0, 5) and (0, —5) both satisfy the
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6. a) (—00, 00). b) [ 1, on). c) —4, —2, 2, 4. d) 2. e) increasing: (3, — 1) U (3, co). decreasing:
(—oo, —3) U (1, 3). f) 1. The corresponding relative maximum is 3. g) 3 and 3. The corresponding relative minima are 1 and 1. 7. a)y=§x+l3—3. b)y=—%x. f(3)—f(—2) ‘_
3. 3+2) _ 1. 9. 10. a) (—00. —2)U (—2. 4)U (4, 00). b) (—00, 2].
11. (fog)(x)= 6:”. Domain: [—oo, —§)u[—§,0)U(o,m). 12. f"(x) = 3:2. 13. midpoint: (*5, 3. distance: 435 .
14. (x + 2)2 + (y — 4)2 = 4. center (—2, 4), radius 2. M125'inairevlew. rib 7 (ll‘) —4 18. SOfeet x 25feet. 1250ft2. 19. Up on the left and down on the right. 20. Since f(x) is a polynomial function, f(—3) = —11 < 0, and f(—2) = 1 > 0, then by the Intermediate
Value Theorem f(x) has a real zero between —3 and  2. 21. x — intercepts: —2, 1, 2; y — intercept: —8. 22. :tg, 18, :tg, :4, ¢%, :2, tin :1. 23. {3, 3*‘F. 315} 24. f(x) = 3x3 + 12x2—93x—522.
25. x— intercept: 4; y — intercept: %; vertical asymptotes: x = 2, x = 3; horizontal asymptote: y = 0. B MIZSHralrtview. nb ______.u _.__._.___ __.._____.._g) _____—— 26. y = 3x —2.
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course MATH 125 taught by Professor Komatsubara during the Spring '09 term at CUNY Hunter.
 Spring '09
 Komatsubara
 Calculus

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