Math 115 Recitation 2

Math 115 Recitation 2 - Discussion Vertical Line Test –...

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PRECALCULUS – Recitation 2 Problems to go over in Class: (See Sec 1.7, #42) Solve the inequality and express the solution set in interval notation. Graph the solution set. (See Sec 1.7, #57) Solve the inequality and express the solution set in interval notation. Graph the solution set. (See Sec 1.7, #67***) Solve the inequality and express the solution set in interval notation. Graph the solution set. (See Sec 2.1, #21) Evaluate at the values: . (See Sec 2,1, #40***) For , find and . The last term here is called the difference quotient . (See Sec 2.1, #62***) Find the domain of (See Sec 2.2, #34) Sketch the graph of the piecewise defined function
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Unformatted text preview: Discussion: Vertical Line Test – Meaning and Examples Discussion: Given a graph, how can you find intervals of increase, decrease , how can you find local maxima and minima on a calculator, and how can you read off domain and range Discussion: Basic rule of transformations: vertical and horizontal shifts, reflections, and vertical and horizontal stretching or shrinking. Think: y behaves nicely, x behaves backwards! (See Sec 2.5, #37) Sketch the function using transformation rules discussed in class. (See Sec 2.5, #65***) The graph of g is given. Use it to graph each of the following functions: (a) (b)...
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course MATH 115 taught by Professor Plotkin during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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