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Unformatted text preview: Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:14 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 1_ From the gaph of the function,state the intervals on M" which the filnction is increasing,decreasing, or constant. The function is increasing on whatjnterval‘? DA. (1, 00) GB. [1, co] Etc. (2, 00) GD. [2, Go) The function is constant on whatinterval‘? GA. (1, 4) GB. (-2, 2) .::;;:.c. [—2. 2] (:10. [1. 21 “5— The function is decreasing on whatinterval‘? EDA. (—oo, —2) QB. (—oo, —2] QC. [—2. 2] Co. (1, so) Determine intervals on which the function is *3; !\J increasing, decreasing, and constant. On what intervals is the function increasing? EDA. (2,9) X Illlllllllllllllllll) ‘10 '—° : 10 QC. (-7,—4) and (2,9) EDD. (—4,1) and (5,9) . . . . -10: On what Interval is the function decreasing? <|_|._) On what interval is the function constant? (|_|,_) Page 1 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:1é‘r PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 3_ From the gaph of the functionstate the domain and 6} the range of the filnction. Choose the correct domain of the function. (0,00) (— cca — 2) #33 (—00:00) 3 (—2.00) Choose the correct range of the firnction. (—2900) ' (fits-2) (— 00,00) 9 : [— 2500) 5' 4_ Find the domain and range of the fiinction whose A gaph is on the right. Choose the correct domain. V [—9.2]U[3,8] [—9,—4)U(—4,8] Illlllllllllllllllllr All real numbers 10 [— 9,8] Choose the correct range. [ — 8,3] IW“: [ — 8,8] All real numbers [5,8] Page 2 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:1é‘r PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 5_ Determine any relative maxima or minima of the M" function and the intervals on which the function is . . . _ (3.53.25) Increasing or decreasmg. f(x)= —x2 + "ix—5 Does the fimction have a relative maximum or minimum? -10 Relative minimum v” Relative maximum The relative maximum occurs at X: 3.5 and has a value of ?.25 . On what interval is the function increasing? (125,00) - (—003.25) (35,00) 4 _ («3.5) On what interval is the function decreasing? (725,06) \ (—0235) “'2 (35,00) (—oc,7.25) Page 3 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:14 PM Back: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus (1 Identify any relative maxima or minima, andntervals on which the functionis decreasing and increasing. The relative maximum is D at X = The relative minimum is|:| at X = On which intervals is the functionincreasing? cjjm. (1, — 1) and (5, —9) iii-B. (1,5) and (5, so) (DC. (—00, 1) and (5, 00) {3-0. (—00, 1) and (3, 5) On which interval is the functiordecreasing? {3A. (5,00) I138. (1,-1) C10 (—00, 1) {)D. (1.5) Page 4 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:1é‘r PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 1 Determine gaphically any relative minima and maxima, and the intervals on which the function is increasing and decreasing. f(x)=x2+4x—5 The relative minimum isi:|. (Type an ordered pair. Type N if there is no relative minimum.) The relative maximum is (Type an ordered pair. Type N if there is no relative maximum.) On which interval is the function increasing? GA. (—00, —9) I2:_':!B. (—2, oo) QC. (—oo, —2) Eli-D. (—9. 00) On which interval is the function decreasing? cjj-A. (—2, 00) QB. (— 00, — 9) Circ. (—100) Ciro. (—00, —2) 3 Yardbird Landscaping has 30 m of fencing with which to enclosea rectangular garden. If the garden is x meters long, express the garden's area as a function of the length. Which of the following expresses the area of the garden as a functionof the length? A(x) = 30x -- x‘ ,3 A(x) = 15x -- x‘ “’33 A(x) =15x—x2 A(x) = 30x— x2 Page 5 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:1é‘r PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 9_ A daycare center has 34 ft of dividers with which to Express the area A of the play space as a function of enclose a rectangular play space in a corner of a large X. room. The sides against the wall require nopartition. Suppose the play space is X feet long. Answer the A(X) = x(34 _ :0 following questions. (DO not Simplify.) What is the domain of the function? [0, 34] (0, 17) [0, 17] v' - (0, 34) What is the gaph of the fimction‘? 40 4011] f D 0 0 40 0 40 U 40 40 0 0 0 40 '0 40 What dimensions yield the maximum area? 1? feet by 1? feet 1()_ For the piecewise function, find the values fl), g(3), and g(4). X+ 6, for XS 3 gm) 2 9 —X, for X> 3 g(0)= 6 g(3)= 9 g(4)= 5 Page 6 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30109 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:14 PM Back: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 1 1_ For the piecewise function, fllld the values he 10), h(— 5), h(1), and hG). —4X-8, forx< —7 h(x)= 1, for —7£X<1 X+5, forxz 1 h(—10)= 32 h(—5)= 1 h(1)= 6 h(3)= 8 12_ Graph the function. 1 —x, for X<0 fix) = 2 X+1, for: 0 Choose the correct gaph below. 1 3_ Graph the piecewise defined function. it ) X—4 ifxs 3 X = —1 ifx > 3 Choose the correct gaph. A» A}! 10: 10: . . . .E . g x E x 1:121:13: l—l—l—IIW 402223 2:10 4° 3 1° '40—" As" Page 7 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Date: 1/30109 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:14 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 14_ Graph the piecewise-defined function. A» Ay 36 ifx< —6 50‘ 50‘ f(x)= x3 if—sgxgs 42—); ifx>6 fi‘ |||||||| / ...z U1 | _k U1 .5 U1 . _k U1 I G1 0') IIIIIIID) [PI “(1 X '. I 0‘1 C) 0'1 C] IIIIII) '16! Z Which is the correct gaph of the function? { 15 E 15 15 E 15 430—" ~50— 15_ Find the domain and the range of the function. 1 —x, for x< 0 fix) = 4 X + 6, for X2 0 Choose the correct domain. Cm. ( — oo,o)u(6.oo) OB. (— w.0)u(0,oo) CDC. ( —oo,oo) CD. (0,00) Choose the correct range. IiifilzuA. [6,00) QB. (— 00,0)U[6,00) QC. ( — 00,00) DD. (— 00,0]U(6,00) 16_ Find the domain and range of the following piecewise defined function. it ) x— 1 if XS —2 X = — 3 if X > —2 Choose the correct domain. EDA. (—00,—3] QB. (—oo,—3) (:1 C. (— oo, — 2] C? D. (— ooaoo) Choose the correct range. EDA. (— 00,06) {31- B. (— on, — 3] QC. (—00,—2] C1D. (—oc-,—3) Page 8 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Date: 1130/09 Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.1 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:14 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 11 Give a rule of a piecewise-defmed fimction f for the 5 gaph shown. Give the domain and the range. _ 0.;— ‘ X 5 5 —‘ : -5: What is the rule? f(x) 2 QA- —3 ifxg —1 '13‘3- —3 ifxg —1 'iii'c- —3 ifxg —2 2ifX>—2 2ifX>—1 2ifX>—1 What is the domain? (DA. [—2, — 1) [fr-B. (—oo, —2] U [—1,oo) 18. CFC. (—00, —2]U (—1,00) (.ID What is the range? QC. ( —oo, 00) CID Determine the domain and range of the piecewise function. Then write an equation for the function. The domain of the filnction is ,D]. The range of the filnction is d ). What is the equation of the function? '3._.3'A. X-10,for —9£X< —2 f(X)= 1,for —2£X£1 3x+9,for1£x£5 Page 9 f(X) = X+10,for—9£X< —2 1,for —ZSXEI 3X—9,f0I1<X£ 5 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Date: 1130/09 Time: 1:10 PM !\J Lu U't Instructor: Christine Curley Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus Let f(X) =x — 2 and g(X) =X2 —X. Find and simplify the expression. (f“ EXZ) (f“ 90) = 2 Let F(x) =x2 — 20 and G(X)= 10 —x. Find (FIG)(0). (FEG)( 0) = —2 (Type an integer or a fraction. Simplify your answer.) 1 Given that f(X)=x2 — 16 and g(X) =9x+ 1, find(fg)[ — 9 1 +0 (fg)[ — 9 (Simplify your answer.) Given that f(x)= x2 — 3 and g(x) = 6X + 1, find (fig)(\/§), if it exists. (new?) = 0 (Simplify your answer.) Let F(X) =x2 — 13 and G(X)=14—X. Find (F— G)(—8). (F—G)(—8)= 29 (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a fraction.) Page 1 Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.2 —], if it exists. Student: Shanna Havvxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.2 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:10 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus (1 For the given functions, find the domain of f, g, andtfg, and find (f+ g)(X). f(x)=x—4, g(X)=Vx+ 3 What is the domain off? [490) (4,00) (— 00,4) U (4,00) V '. (— 00,00) What is the domain of g? (—oo,—3)U(—3,oo) (—3,00) (“0900) "" ' [—3900) What is the domain of f+ g? (—°°,—3)U(—3.-°°) '" [—3900) (wow) (—3,oo) (f+g)(x)= x—4+ Vx+3 1 For the given functions, find the domain of f, g, and-fg, and find (f— g)(X). f(x)= Vx—3 __ g(x)=\1'x+3 What is the domain of f? V [390) [—3500) (—°°,3) U (3,00) #00200) What is the domain of g? [3900) ' (flog—3) U(—3=°°) a. Hoe) - room) What is the domain of f— g? (—00,°0) [— 3:3] 'M1: [3500) 3 [_3=°°) (f—g)(X)= \l'x—3 —Vx+3 Page 2 Student: Shanna Havahurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.2 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:10 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 8_ For the given functions, find the domain of f, g, and fig, and find (fig)(X). 7 1 X = , X = fl ) X + 3 g( ) 2 —X What is the domain of f? V (—wa—3)U(—3,°°) (—0093)U(3.-°°) (—390) ' (—00:00) What is the domain of g? “" ( —°°,2) U (2,00) (— 00,00) (—00,—2) U(—2,00) : (2,00) What is the domain of fig? (—00,—2)u(—2,3)u(3,00) H'- (—00,—3)U(—3,2)U(2,00) (—OOJ)U(2=°°) - (—00,—3)U(—3,°°) fl 14 — 7X X : < gx ) X + 3 9_ For the given functions, find the domain of f, g, and g/f, and find (ng(X). 1 fix): —: g(X)=X—5 X What is the domain off? (—00,1)U(1,00) (—00,00) (0.00) V” '. (— 00,0) U (0,00) What is the domain of g? (—00,—5)U(—5,00) '4' (—00:00) (—0095) U690) -' (5:00) What is the domain of git? (5,00) 9' (— 00,0) U (0,00) (— 00,00) (— 00,0) U (0,5) U (5,00) (9000 = X(X — 5) Page 3 Student: Shanna HaWXhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.2 Date: 11/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:10 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 10_ Consider the gaphs on the rightof the functions F 19100" Find the domain of F, the domaian G, the domain of ' F? F + G and the domain ofFfG. : I What is the domain of F? _ a. a ' o CPA. {x| 5 g x g 9} F °\' V IC'IB.{X|5$X511} g"""""""1'5’ QC. {x| 0 g x g 9} GD. {x| 0 g x g 11} @— F=B1ue What is the domain of G‘? G: Green {:ij. {x| 0 g x g 11} til-B. {x| 5 g x g 11} DC. {x| 5 g x g 9} Cm. {x| 0 g x g 9} What is the domain of F+ G? Ci'A. {x| 0 s x s 9} QB. {X|5 g X g 11 andX at 9} DC. {x| 0 g x g 9andX i 5} 1:110. {x| 5 s X g 9} What is the domain of FIG? EDA. {X| 0 g X g QandX at 5} C18. {x| 5 g x g 9} (DC. {x| 0 g x g 9} DD. {X|5 g X g 11 andX at 9} 1 1. For the fiinction f(X)=X2 — 6, construct and simplify the difference _ f(X +11) — f(X) quot1ent —. The difference quotient isC. Page 4 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.2 Date: 1130/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:10 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 12. . f<x+h)—f<x) . . . . . . . The expresswn T for hi0 15 called the difference quotientFmd and 51mplify the difference f(X)= —5X2+5X+4 The difference quotient ism. (Simplify your answer.) 13. Letf(x)=3X-1andg(x)=X2— 1. Find (f9 g)(— 1). Then (fD g)(— 1): —1. 14. Find (f° g)(—4) and (g° f)(—4)- f(x)= —3X- 1; g(x) 2X2 —4 (f0 g)( —4)= _ (go t1<—4)= 15. Find (f° $00 and (E DOC)- f(x)=10x — 7, g(X) =3 — 4:; (f0 gxx) = (go 000 = : m Find (fa g)(X) and (go f)(x) for the indicated functions. ttx1=5x—9,g<x)= X? (f 0 g)(X) = (Simplify your answer.) (g ° f)(X) = (Simplify your answer.) 1?. Find (f° $00 and (g° DOO- f(X)=100, g(X) = 0.01 (f° EXX): (g ° Doc) = Page 5 Student: Shanna HaWXhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.2 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAI 200 004 016 Time: 1:10 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 13 Find f(X) and g(X) such that h(X)= (f 0 g)(X). h(X) = (s — 8X) 2 Suppose that g(X) = 8 — 8X. foo = j 19_ Find f(X) and g(X) such that h(X)= (f 0 g)(X). h _ X5 —8 (X) — X5 +8 Choose the correct answer below. EDA. X — 8 5 (:1. B_ 5 X — 8 fX = _ X =X f X =X _ X = () X+8.g<) 0 .g() M X5 —X 1 5 2 2 f X = — , X =X —8 f(X) X5+X,g(X) s () {+8 g( ) 2{)_ A dress that is size X in France is size s(X) in Italy, where s(X) =2X — 40. A dress that is size X in Italy is size y(X) inthe U.S. , where y(X) = 0.5X — 12. Find a filnction f(X) that will convert dress sizes irFrance to dress sizes in the U.S.. ttx)=D Page 6 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Date: 1130/09 Time: 1:23 PM !\J LaJ Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Precalculus Determine Visually whether the graph is symmetric with respect to the X-axis, the y-axis, or the origin. Is the graph symmetric with respect to the X-axis‘? Yes V No Is the gaph symmetric with respect to the y-axis‘? Yes V” No Is the graph symmetric with respect to the origin? I Yes if N0 YOU ANSWERED: the first choice Determine Visually whether the gaph is symmetric with respect to the X-axis, the y-axis, or the origin. Is the gaph symmetric with respect to the x-axis‘? V‘ No Yes Is the gaph symmetric with respect to the y-axis‘? Yes H” No Is the gaph symmetric with respect to the origin? No V” Yes Determine the symmetries (if any) of the graph of the given relation. X2 + y2 = 7 Choose the correct symmetry or symmetries of the gaph. q X-axis, y-aXis, and origin X-axis only X-axis and y-axis only origin only Page 1 Book: Strayer University Math 200: -50: IIIIIII) 10 -50: IIIIIIIIII) 10 Student: Shanna Hamdlurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Date: 1/30I09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:23 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Preealeulus 4_ Determine the symmetries (if any) of the gaph of the given relation. X2 +y2 = 2 Choose the correct symmetry or symmetries of the X-aXis only V X-aXis, y-aXis, and origin origin only X-aXis and y-aXis only Page 2 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Date: 1130/09 Instructor: Christine Curley Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Time: 1:23 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 5_ Plot the point (— 3,3). Then plot the point that is symmetric to( — 3,3) with respect to a) the X-axis b) the y-axis c) the origin. .(—33) Plot the point (— 3,3) y Page 3 Student: Shanna Havvxhurst Date: 1130/09 Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:23 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus (1 Determine visually whether the fimction is even, odd, 2} Is the function odd, even, omeither‘? V Even Odd I I I " Neither '2 2 _2_ 1 Determine visually whether the fimction is even, odd, 10} or neither even nor odd. - Is this function even, odd, oneither even nor odd? V Neither even nor odd Odd | | | | | | I ) Even 1D 8_ Discuss the symmetry of the graph of the function, 1 M." and determine whether the fiJnction is even, odd, or neither. f(x) = 5X8 + 531‘5 This gaph is | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | I V symmetric about the y-axis. ~10 10 symmetric about the X-axis. not symmetric about either. This function is neither. odd. 9' - - even. Page 4 Student: Shanna Havahurst Date: 1130/09 Time: 1:23 PM 9. 10. Instructor: Christine Curley Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus Graph the function. g(X)= —4\(; _ Each gid shows f(X)= if; in blue. Which gid also shows g(X) = — 44;? I Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Describe how the gaph of h(X)= — 3X — 3 can be obtained from the gaph of f(X)= X. Then gaph the function h(X).. How can the gaph of h(X) = — 3X — 3 be obtained from the graph of f(X)= X? Shrink vertically reflect across the X -aXis, and shift down3 units. Stretch vertically, reflect across the X -aXis, and shift up 3 units. Shrink vertically reflect across the X -aXis, and shift up 3 units. What is the gaph ofh(X)= — 3X — 3‘? A}’ Page 5 Stretch vertically, reflect across the X-aXis, and shift down3 units. H' A _V 8_ I :j x —8 Z 8 _8_' Ay 8_ "I x [—I—I—I—/—I—I—:|—) —8 Z 8 -8: y. 1 0 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Date: 1/30109 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:23 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 1 1. Graph the function Each gid shows f(x) =x3 in blue. Which gm also h = — 3. g(X):(X_3)3 sfiows g(X) (x 3)“? 3 12' Describe how the gaph of g(x) = V; + 6 can be obtained from the gaph of 3 f(x) = Then gaph the function g(X). 3 3 How can the gaph of g(x) = V; + 6 be obtained from the graph of f(X)= K? Cm. Shift the gaph 6 units up. '12:} B. Shift the gaph 6 units down {:10 Shift the gaphé units left. 11:30. Shift the gaphé units right. 3 What is the graph of g(X)= V; + 6? DA. QB. Dc. Ax Ay Ax 1e: 1e: 10: E x x E x two —10 _ 10 — _ 10 —1 0—" —1 0—" —1 0—" Page 6 Student: Shanna HaWXhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Date: 1/30/09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:23 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 1 3_ Graph the following function. Choose the correct gaph of the fiJnction. t:};\_ (iiB. ttx)=Ix—3I+2 M. M. 10: 1o: :: E// x \\\\/f//, x _l_l_l_l_|_’ l—I—I—I—I——I—I—I—I—|—>' -1 0 E 1 0 -‘l 0 E ‘l 0 -10—_ 105 (30 VD Ay Ay to: o: \: : .\' j s W |_l_l_l_l___l_l_l_l_|_> —1 0 Z ‘1 0 1 0 Z ‘1 0 —10£ —10S 14. . 1 _ 1 Describe how the graph of g(X) = + 3 —2 can be obtained from the gaph of f(X)= —. X X 1 _ 1 How can the gaph of g(X) = + 3 — 2 be obtained from the gaph of f(X)= —‘? X X I:':;:A_ Shift the gaph left3 units and down 2 units. (:33. Shift the gaph left3 units andup 2 units. ['30 Shift the gaph right3 units and down2 units. GD. Shift the gaph right3 units andup 2 units. 15_ The point (— 14, 10) is on the gaph ofy= f(X). Find a point on the gaph ofy= g(X)_. where g(X) =2f(X). A point on the gaph of}: g(X) is (Type an ordered pair.) 1(1 Write an equation for a function that has a gaph with the givercharacteristics. The shape of y = but shifted left3 units and up8 units. Which of the following is the equation of the function? Cm,y=h—fl—8 GB.y=k+M"8 .::::-c. y=lx-3|--8 QD,y=h+fl—8 Page 7' Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Date: 1/30109 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:23 PM Back: Strayer University Math 200: Precalculus 17_ A gaph of y: f(x) is given. No formula for f is given (:3 A FEB . A)“ Ay End the gaph ofg(x)= —5f(X). . 1.3:. . . ...]3‘. ... IEIIEIIEIIX- "131'5'1'i3 431151113 L18: . . . . . L18: —18 Which gaph onthe right shows €00 = — 5111K)? 13_ The gaph of y: f(X) is shown ingeen. Graph (-3 A B y=f(X)+3. M, W _ 10— ' 10— Choose the correct gaph (1n blue). I . .Z 1 . . 1 1 1 1: 1 1 1 1 —1D'['.:.i..10 -‘10...:....1O 4m" ' ' '40—" CC. C'D. A}! 10—_ 10: 2202» . _ _ . a 40 _. 1o —1o..._....1o —1{J—_ 40—" 19_ The gaph of the fimction f is given. Choose the gap] What is the gaph of g(x)? - _l _ DA. QB. which represents g(x) — f(x 5). 3 A}! A}.- . .5: . . . . .5.— f E f . . x ' '— rv—rg‘W—v—F) -15 . .: . . .15 -5; ' CD A)“ ..5: 'IE. . x -15..__;____15 -5: Page 8 Student: Shanna Hawxhurst Instructor: Christine Curley Assignment: Week Three: Section 2.3 Date: 1/30I09 Course: 903 CURLEY C, MAT 200 004 016 Time: 1:23 PM Book: Strayer University Math 200: Preealeulus 2{)_ For the pair of functions, determine algebraically if g(X3= f( — X). f(X) = 3x5 — 23:;3 + 2x — 18, g(X) = 3x5 + 23x3 — 2x — 18 Does g(X) = f( —X)‘? n:j":- No Page 9 ...
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