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= –5 2. What is true about the function . Explain the end behaviour ? (3 Marks, T:2, C:1) 3. Which of the following is true ? (2 Mark, K:1, T:1) 4. The horizontal asymptote of the function is : (1 Mark, K:1)
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(2 Mark, K:1, T:1) 6. Based on the form of the rational function, how can you identify the vertical, horizontal or oblique asymptotes, or no asymptotes? (4 Mark, T:1, C:3) Long Answers: Answer each question in their designated area: 1) Solve, 0 , algebraically and show your work. (6 Mark, K:2, A:4)
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2)Draw a labeled sketch for a rational function with the following conditions. (6 Marks, K:2, C:2, A:2) is a reciprocal of a linear function horizontal asymptote is y = 0 vertical asymptote is x = 1 y-intercept is -1/2 only has intervals of decrease 3) for the function find the following: (6 Marks, K:2, A:4) a) Domain and Range b) X, and y intercept c) Vertical and horizontal asymptote d) Graph the function
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4) Explain what rational functions are. How many types of rational functions have we learnt in chapter 3. Bring 3 examples for every case and show them by writing the formula and graph them. (5 Marks, K:1, C:4)
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5) Solve ( x 3 )( x + 4 ) ( x 1 ) = ¿ ( x + 3 )( 2 x + 6 ) ( x + 5 ) (4 Marks, A:4) Communication Rubric: Achieveme nt Category Level 0 0-49% Level 1 50-59% Level 2 60-69% Level 3 70-79% Level 4 80-100% Knowledge/ Understand ing No evidence Shows a limited understanding of the concepts Shows some understanding of the concepts Shows an understanding of the concepts Shows a high degree of understanding of the concepts Application No evidence Shows a limited connection between trigonometry and Shows some understanding of the scenario and answers few questions Shows a clear understanding the scenario and calculating the problems Shows a good understanding of the problem and solved the questions
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profession. Communica tion No evidence Report & presentation shows limited clarity Report & presentation shows some clarity Report & presentation shows clarity Report & presentation shows a high degree of clarity
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  • Fall '19
  • Limit of a function, Rational function

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