110110 Zeros and solutions 2

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Name Honors Algebra 2 January 10, 2011 “Zeros and solutions” day 2 page 1 Zeros and solutions (continued) The important connection f ( x ) = g ( x ) is equivalent to f ( x ) – g ( x ) = 0. The solutions to the are the same as the zeros of the equation f ( x ) = g ( x ) function f ( x ) – g ( x ). How to find zeros on your calculator The zeros of a function appear as x -intercepts on the function graph. (Why?) Here is how you find these zeros on your calculator. Press “y=” and enter the function. Press “graph” and see how many zeros there are. For each zero, do the following: Press “calc” and choose 2:zero Move the cursor to the left of the x -intercept, and press “enter”. Move the cursor to the right of the x -intercept, and press “enter”. Move the cursor anywhere close to the x -intercept, and press “enter”. The x -coordinate now displayed is the zero. More problems 6. a. Fill in the missing values in this table of values. (In some cases, more than one number will fit, and you may choose any of them.)
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