# The horizontal asymptote of fx x2x 5 x4s 3 is y1 so

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.Question10:Score 2/2Simplify the expression.
9/6/20, 6:54 PMSouthern New Hampshire University - 1-5 Module One Problem SetPage 14 of 2451,024243Enter the exact answer.Hint: You can write roots as fractional exponents, for example 51,024243as (-1,024/243)^(1/5).However, the answer to this question is a fraction without needing a root symbol.Your responseCorrect response43-4/3Grade:1/1.0 A+ 100%Total grade: 1.0×1/1 = 100%Feedback:51,024243=43because 435=1,024243.Question11:Score 0/2Simplify the expression.108x8+48x8Enter the exact answer.Hints:You can write exponents with the ^ symbol, for example writing x8as x^8You can write square roots as sqrt, for example writing 108 x8as sqrt(108 x^8)Your responseCorrect response!!()
9/6/20, 6:54 PMSouthern New Hampshire University - 1-5 Module One Problem SetPage 15 of 24x2108x4+ 481210*sqrt(3)*x^4Grade:0/1.0 F 0%Total grade: 0.0×1/1 = 0%Feedback:108x8+48x8=363x8+163x8Identify squares.= 63x4+ 43x4Use the product rule.= 103x4Simplify.You could type this into the answer box as 10 * sqrt(3) * x^4 .Question12:Score 2/4Use function composition to determine if f(x)and g(x)are inverse functions.f(x) =3x+ 1and g(x) =x3+ 1Your responseCorrect responseNo, they are not inverse functions.Feedback:Correct.No, they are not inverse functions.Grade:3/3.0 A+ 100%Show your work and explain, in your own words, how you arrived at your answers.There aresample student explanations in the feedback to questions 3, 5, 9, and 14 that show the level ofdetail that is expected in your explanations.If a function f(x) is mapping to x to y, then the inverese functiuon of f(x) maps y back to x and in this case for thisto be inverse then the G(x) needed to be x^3 - 1Keywords:Partial Grades:Grade:0/3.0 F 0%Total grade: 1.0×3/6 + 0.0×3/6 = 50% + 0%Feedback:Using function composition we find (gf)(x).""!+""
9/6/20, 6:54 PMSouthern New Hampshire University - 1-5 Module One Problem SetPage 16 of 24(gf)(x)=g3x+ 1=3x+ 13+ 1= (x+ 1) + 1=x+ 2 Since (gf)(x)xwe know that f(x)and g(x)are not inverse functions.
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