Quest1 - MAC2233 Quest 1 Prof. Siegel Fall 2011 Group...

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MAC2233 – Quest 1 – Prof. Siegel – Fall 2011 Group members: ________________________________________________________________ Quest #1 Score: ________ / 137 Due Thursday, October 6, 2011 Directions: Show all work for full credit. This assignment should be done in groups of 2 to 4 students. No assignment will be accepted from one student or more than 4 students. No assignment will be accepted after the due date for any reason. If you are not in class the day this assignment is due, it is your responsibility to get it to my office before the start of class or have a group member hand it in for you. One quest assignment should be handed in per group. Please show all work on this assignment. If you run out of room, you should attach additional sheets as necessary. All work should be legible and easy to follow. If I cannot read your work, I cannot grade it. 1) (6 pts.) Graph each linear equation below on the indicated interval of values. Label each line with the letter next to it. (Hint: Graph the entire line and then erase everything except the part of the line that falls in the given interval). When you complete the graph, you should be able to answer the following question: What is the one thing you love more than anything? _________________________ I was thinking the same thing… A) 5 x y where 0 2 x G) 1 y where 2 2 x B) 5 x y where 1 0 x H) 1 y where 1 1 x C) 1 3 x y where 2 1 x I) 0 x where 1 4 y D) 15 4 x y where 3 2 x J) 1 x where 5 9 y E) 3 2 3 x y where 0 2 x K) 1 x where 5 9 y F) 3 2 3 x y where 2 0 x L) 7 y where 2 2 x
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2) (5 pts.) If 3A – 2B = 12, find the A-intercept and the B-intercept. Graph the line using only the two intercepts. Assume the A-axis is the horizontal axis. Label your intercepts as ordered pairs. Show all work for how you found each. A-intercept: ____________ B-intercept: ___________
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course MAC 2233 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Broward College.

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Quest1 - MAC2233 Quest 1 Prof. Siegel Fall 2011 Group...

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