10. Based on the table below, a. Evaluate f (8)
b. Solve f(x)= 7
x 0 123 4 5 6 7 8 9
F(x) 62 8 7 38 86 73 70 39 75 34
F(8)=75 f(x)=2
22. a. y=x => viii
g. y=|x| => iii
b. y=x^3 => vii c. y=x^1/3 => ii
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MAC 1105 - ASSIGNMENT 6 MODULE 6
Show that f(x)= 3\l7x 2 and g[x)= x 3;2 are inverses.
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Find the Inverse of the following function: h(x)= x2 + 3 where x
What makes globalization?
Political Changes
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- Rising importance of international coalitions (the European Union, United
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GLOBLIZATION
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Harlem Renaissance
Harlem Musician: Billie Holiday 1915-1959
During the 1950s Billie Holiday rose as a social
phenomenon. Born Eleanora Fagan grew up in
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Quiz -3456
How did the ability to store food surpluses give an advantage to
farmer societies over hunter-gatherer societies?
The ability to store food, resulting from a sedentary lifestyle,
provided
Nat Turner
We have many historical people in black
history that have never
got a chance to experience the public eye.
We are drowned with
the teachings of popular black history figures
such as Martin
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1. There are numerous ways that sex differs from gender. It is important to realize that when
looking at gender it is how a person perceives h
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What is Sociology?
A scientific way of thinking about society and its influence on human groups
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A.)
Homosexuality, (the word, itself was not coined until 1869 by a Hungarian physician
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Barter is a system of exchange where goods or services are
directly exchanged for other goods or services without using a
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20 Points
QUIZ 6C MAC 1105 Friday
You should help each other. Open notes.
Visually Evaluating a Linear
Function using its Graph
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QUIZ 3C MAC 1105 Friday
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A Relation represented by a Table
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Print NAME
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QUIZ 4C MAC 1105 Friday
You should help each other. Open notes.
Determining if the graph of a
Relation Represents a Function
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QUIZ 5C MAC 1105 Friday
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Explaining if a Relation
Represented by a Set of Ordered
Pairs or a Mapping is a Function.
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QUIZ 2C MAC 1105 Friday
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A Linear Relation represented by
an ordered pair
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QUIZ 1C MAC 1105 Friday
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A Mapping
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QUIZ 7C MAC 1105 Friday
You should help each other. Open notes.
Visually Determine the y-intercept
of a Linear Function using its
Graph
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QUIZ 8C MAC 1105 Friday
You should help each other. Open notes.
Visually Evaluating f(0) for a
Linear Function using its Graph
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Exercises 51
Lets begin with the rst column.
0 2 0 1 1 0 0 9
1 1 1 U 1 0 U 1
U 1 0 U 1 1 U 6
0 1 2 0 wm2 0 1 2
There is still a 2 to the left of 1 in the bottom row.
0 3 U 1 U 1 U 3
1 2 1 U U 1 U 7
U
Exercises 53
Now proceed to minimize.
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It appears that the minimum value of 335 is 1/4 and so there is no solution to
these inequalities with 1131, 332 2 O.
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Exercises
Now consider doing it by block multiplication. This leads to
GEN? ()(21)
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(0 1)([1]1i)+3(2 1)
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6 5 5
4 7 : 7
7 4 4
Suppose A. B are n X :0. matrices and A is a nonzero eigen
Exercises 71
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(2'f)=(?'3)($3
1 0 0 1 0 1 .
Ag(O 2)(1 U )(2 0 ).NDW113 1s backtowhere you started.
1 2
Thus the algorithm merely bounces between the two matrices ( g 0 ) and ( cfw_l 0 )
an
Exercises 61
This is net defective.
4 2 0
24. Find the complex eigenvalues and eigenvectcrs cf the matrix 2 4 O . Deter-
2 2 6
mine Whether the matrix is defective.
4 2 U
2 4 U , eigenvecters:
2 2 6
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Exercises 55
work with the rst column.
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There is still a positive entry.
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It appears that there is no solution to this system of