Chapter12005

Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions

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Chapter 1 Test September 1, 2005 Name 1. Find the equation of the line, in Standard H or General L form, for the line that passes through the point H 3, 2 L and has a y intercept at y = 2. 2. Draw a sketch of the line x + 1 = 2 H y 3 L , clearly showing the scale on each of the axes, and labeling three points. 3. Find the value of k that will make the following two lines parallel : 3 x + 4y = 6 and ky = 2 x + 6. 4. Draw a sketch of the curve y = 2 sec H 3 x −π L , clearly showing the scale on each of the axes, and labeling three points.
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= 1 + 1 cccccccccccc x 2 , clearly showing the scale on each of the axes, and labeling three points. 6. If f H x L = è!!!!!!!!!!!!! x + 4 and g H x L = è!!!!!!!!!!!!! x 2 1 , find g H f H x LL and indicate the domain and range using interval notation. 7. Draw a sketch of the curve y =− è!!!!!!!!!!!! x
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