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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) ' (ﬁts2)
(— 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) iiiB. (1,5) and (5, so)
(DC. (—00, 1) and (5, 00)
{30. (—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) EliD. (—9. 00) On which interval is the function decreasing? cjjA. (—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). —4X8, 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 piecewisedefined 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 piecewisedefmed 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) [frB. (—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.
X10,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, andfg, 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.{X5$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}
tilB. {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. {X5 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. {X5 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)=3X1andg(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 Xaxis, the yaxis, or the origin. Is the graph symmetric with respect to the Xaxis‘?
Yes V No Is the gaph symmetric with respect to the yaxis‘?
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 Xaxis, the yaxis, or the origin. Is the gaph symmetric with respect to the xaxis‘?
V‘ No Yes Is the gaph symmetric with respect to the yaxis‘?
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 Xaxis, yaXis, and origin
Xaxis only
Xaxis and yaxis 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 XaXis only
V XaXis, yaXis, and origin
origin only XaXis and yaXis 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 Xaxis
b) the yaxis
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 yaxis. ~10 10 symmetric about the Xaxis. 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 XaXis, 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=lx38 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
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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)?
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19_ The gaph of the ﬁmction f is given. Choose the gap] What is the gaph of g(x)?
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which represents g(x) — f(x 5).
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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)‘?
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