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# 1310-pop-14-key(1) - C The function has a minimum value of...

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Math 1310 Daily Poppers 14 Bubble in your PSID# and Number 14. For questions 1 – 3, refer to the function and find the indicated function values. 2 2 2 1, 1 ( ) 3 2, 1 x x x f x x x x - + ≤ - = + - 1. (3) f 2. ( 1) f - 3. (0) f Match your answers with the answers given below. Note that an answer may be used more than once or not at all. A. 0 B. 2 C. 4 D. 5 E. 20

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For problems 4 – 6, use this function: 2 ( ) 3 18 21 f x x x = + + 4. Write the function in the form 2 ( ) ( ) f x a x h k = - + . A. 2 ( ) 3( 3) 48 f x x = + + B. 2 ( ) 3( 3) 6 f x x = + - C. 2 ( ) 3( 3) 6 f x x = - - D. 2 ( ) (3 9) 6 f x x = + - E. 2 ( ) 3( 3) 6 f x x = + +
2 ( ) 3 18 21 f x x x = + + 5. What is the vertex of the parabola? 6. Which of these statements is true?

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Unformatted text preview: C. The function has a minimum value of 6. D. The function has a maximum value of -6. 7. Which of the functions given below is the one that is graphed? A. ( ) 1 3 f x x = -+ -B. ( ) 1 3 f x x = -- -C. ( ) 1 3 f x x = + -D. ( ) 1 3 f x x =- -8. You want to graph ( ) 1 f x x = - - + . Start with the function ( ) g x x = . Which of these lists transformations that will give the correct graph? A. Reflect over x, shift one to the right, reflect over y. B. Reflect over y, shift one to the left, reflect over x. C. Reflect over x, shift one to the left, reflect over y. D. Reflect over y, reflect over x, shift one to the left....
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