MAT_1143-may_4 - May 4 2011 Click to edit Master subtitle...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style May 4, 2011 Sections 8.6-8.7
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Exam 4 We are on schedule for Exam 4 to be Wednesday, May 11. It will cover Section 7.1-8.8 (the parts we cover) We have 2 more lectures over new material, including today
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Final Exam Friday, May 13 and Monday, May 16 we review for the final exam We have actually been reviewing some daily as we get new functions and compare them to old functions. Final is Wednesday, May 18, 10:30-12:30 (for 11 am section) or 1-3 pm (for 2 pm section) Probably schedule a review session on Tuesday, May 17 before the final.
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New Functions from Old Did this already with quadratics, built from power and linear. Ended up looking like the second power function (leading term), shifted both vertically and horizontally Finding vertex was our key to graphing
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New Functions from Old Using Constants Use grapher to graph f(x) versus f(x)+k f(x) versus f(x+h) Get shifting vertically or horizontally
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Match to the correct graph: y = x3 + 3 y = x3 y = (x+3)3
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