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Unformatted text preview: York University Faculty of Science and Engineering Math 1510 Class Test 2 Version A NAME (print): (Family) > (Given)
SIGNATURE: STUDENT NUMBER: ‘d Instructions: 1. Time allowed: 90 minutes. 2. NO CALCULATORS OR OTHER AIDS PERMITTED 3. Show your work. Your work must justify any answers you give. Use page backs for any scrap work. 4. Use pen to ﬁll in cover. If you use pencil for your solutions, you may not submit your paper for regrading. Question Points _[.1V_Iarks_ﬂ 1 15
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MATH 1510 Test 2 Version A November 24, 2010 3. (7 points) Find the equation of the circle for which the points (— —2 ,5) and (6,17) are endpoints of a
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MATH 1510 Test 2 Version A November 24, 2010 5. (7 points) Find an equation of the line through (—1, 3) perpendicular to the line through (5, 2) and
(2, 6).  r“ j 2 Zugﬁ; AQI J‘fcerL 6. (7 points) Find the domain of the function with formula f(;L‘) = interval notation. Page 6
MATH 1510 Test 2 Version A November 24, 2010 8. (a) (6 points) Write —3$2 — 6x — 1 in the form a(I — h)2 +_ k for suitable a, h, k. (b) (6 points) Indicate (in order) the geometric transformations which can be performed to the
graph of y = 9:2 to obtain the graph of y = —3:c2 — 62: ~ 1. Page 5
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1:1—20/ r l a (2/51 (c) (3 points) Use your sketch to determine the range of f. X? % ‘G (d) (4 points) What are the maximum and minimum values of f. MoeF f/ (1 {Minimum 51 "‘ 8 Page 8
MATH 1510 Test 2 Version A November 24, 2010 9. A wire 10 cm long is cut into two pieces7 one of length m and the other of length 10 — m. Each piece
is bent into the shape of a square. (a) (5 points) Find a function that models the total area enclosed by the two squares. P2
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MATH 1510 Test 2 Version A November 24, 2010 (c) (5 points) Sketch the graph of y = ~3x2 — 6w — 1. Your sketch should include labels for the vertex and the y—mtercept. g F I MTG/”CW (7
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