Math 115 Recitation 9b(EXAM REVIEW)

# Math 115 Recitation 9b(EXAM REVIEW) - a b 11 Evaluate the...

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PRECALCULUS – Recitation 9a (EXAM 2 REVIEW) NON-CALCULATOR PART: 1. Complete the following table: 2. Given that and , complete the following table: 77 3. If , find . 4. Solve the following equations for the exact value of x : a. b. c. d. 5. If is the terminal point of the angle t , draw the angle t on the unit circle and find the exact value of a. b. c.

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6. On the unit circle provided below, draw the angle . Also, find the exact value of a. b. c. 7. Sketch two full periods ( listing the amplitude and period) of the functions a. b. CALCULATOR PART 8. Find the domain of the function . [To receive full credit, you must show your analysis.] 9. Sketch the graphs (listing the asymptote and the intercepts, if there are any) of a. b. 10. Use a calculator to solve the following equations:
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Unformatted text preview: a. b. 11. Evaluate the following accurate to two decimal places. a. b. 12. How long (in years) will it take for an investment of \$10,000 earning 8 percent interest compounded monthly to double in value? 13. The population of the world was 5.7 billion in 1995 and the relative growth rate was 2% per year. Assuming this growth rate remains constant, find a. How long it will take for the population to double b. When the population will reach 7 billion 14. The half-life of radium 226 is 1600 years. If we start with a sample of 100mg: a. Find a function that measures the remaining mass of radium 226 after t years. b. How long will it take for a mass of radium 226 to reach 20mg?...
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Math 115 Recitation 9b(EXAM REVIEW) - a b 11 Evaluate the...

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