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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
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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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