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Greg Sulisz 1. -20, -2, 0.5, undefined, -3/4, -3, 3, 2 2. = ) ( f dom [-8, 5] and = ) ( f range [-6, 5] = ) ( g dom [-7, 7] and = ) ( g range [-5, 3] = - ) ( 1 f dom [-6, 5] and = - ) ( 1 f range [-8, 5] 3. 1 - = x 4. (-1, 5]; [-7, -1]; [-8, -0.5]; [-7, 2) (4, 7]; x = 1, 5 5. [-7, 5]; [-7, 5]; [-7, -2) (-2, 5] 6. Should “zig-zag” through the points (-6, 6), (0, 3), (2, -1), (5, -4), and (7, -5). 7. Should “zig-zag” through the points (-7, 0), (-3, -4), (5, 4), and (7, 2). 8. 0 9. -27/196 10. 2 1 + + x x 11. x x 1 3 - or x 1 3 - 12. 1 2 1 + + x x 13. x x 4 4 + or x 4 4 + 14. 2 ) ( 2 1 - = - x x g 15. [ 29 - = , 2 ) ( g dom and [ 29 = , 0 ) ( g range [ 29 = - , 0 ) ( 1 g dom and [ 29 - = - , 2 ) ( 1 g range 16. F 17. F 18. T 19. F 20. F 21. ) , ( - ∞ ; ) , 2 ( - 22. -1; 1/2; 3 23. (a) 3 2 log y x z ; (b) y z x 5 2 ln 24. (a) (4, 2 k – 16); (b) + -

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