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Unformatted text preview: Sketch the graph of the following functions (label at least three points): a. Â¯Â«Â¤Â® G Â§ Â¢ Â«Â¤ Â¡ ÂÂ® Â¢ Â¡ U b. Â¯Â«Â¤Â® G Â¡Â´Â Â¡ Â¤ Â¥ Âª c. Â¯Â«Â¤Â® G Â·ÂÂ¤ Â¡ uÂ· Â¡ Âª d. Â¯Â«Â¤Â® G Â¸Â¤ Â¢ Â¡ ÂµÂ¤ Â¥ U 6. A steel drum in the shape of a right circular cylinder is required to have a volume of 100 cubic feet. a. Express the amount A of material required to make the drum as a function of the radius r of the cylinder. b. How much material is required if the drum is of radius 3 feet? c. How much material is required if the drum is of radius 5 feet? 7. Determine if the graph has a minimum or maximum value and find the value: a. Â¯Â«Â¤Â® G ÂÂ¤ Â¢ Â¥ Â¹Â¤ Â¥ Â© b. Â¯Â«Â¤Â® G Â¡UÂ¤ Â¢ Â¥ ÂªÂÂ¤ Â¥ u c. Â¯Â«Â¤Â® G Â¡Â¤ Â¢ Â¡ ÂªÂºÂ¤ Â¡ U 8. Solve the inequality: a. UÂ¤ Â¡ Â¦ Â» uÂ¤ Â¥ Âª b. Â¤ Â¢ Â¥ ÂµÂ¤ Â¡ ÂªÂµ Â¼ Âº c. uÂ¤ Â¢ Â» ÂªUÂ¤ Â¡ U 9. 10. Bill was just offered a sales position for a computer company. His salary would be $15,000 per year plus 1% of his total annual sales. a. Find a linear function that relates Billâ€™s annual salary, S, to his total sales, x. b. In 2005, Bill had total annual sales of $1,000,000. What was Billâ€™s salary? c. What would Bill have to sell to earn $100,000? d. Determine the sales required of Bill for his salary to exceed $150,000....
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