Chapter 6-Factoring Polynomials
Section 6.1-Greatest Common Factor & Factoring by Grouping
Question: What is a factor?
Question: Why do we want to know how to factor quickly and
accurately?
Question: What is a greatest common factor (GCF)? How does the G
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Trigonometry Section 2.1 Angles and Their Measures
Terms to go over and sketch:
Angle, vertex, initial side, terminal side
Standard Position
Positive Angle
Negative Angle
Degree
Right Angle
Angle of Elevation
Angle of Depression
2
Trigonometry Section 2
Section 12.1 Distance and Midpoints Formulas
We can use the Pythagorean Theorem to derive the Distance Formula.
d x2 x1 y2 y1
2
2
Find the distance between the following points.
P1 (2,1) , P2 (6,4)
P1 (2 2, 5) , P2 5 2,4 5
Section 12.1 Distance and Midpo
Section 10.1 Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
The Square Root Property
If x2 p then x p
Solving a Quadratic Equation using the Square Root Property:
a) Isolate the expression containing the squared term.
b) Apply the Square Root Proper
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Section 7.1 Simplifying Rational Expressions
A RATIONAL EXPRESSION is the quotient of two polynomials,
p(x)
, where
q(x)
q(x) 0
x
for each value:
x4
Evaluate the rational expression
a. x 8,
b. x 4,
c. x 0
3h 2
is undefined. Here is another
h 5h2 4h
reas
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Section 9.1 Square Roots
a is the square root of a and if
a b , this means b 2 a . In other words,
a
means we are looking for a number when squared gives us a . An example of this
is 100 10 since 10 2 100
Properties of Square Roots
1. Every positive rea
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Section 11.1 Composite and Inverse Functions
Composite Functions-are functions of functions and are denoted as
( f g)(x) ( f (g(x) and read f of g of x or f composed with g.
Given f (x) x2 3 and g(x) x 2 , find
f (g(x)
f (g(3)
g( f (x)
g( f (3)
f ( f (x
Introduction to Statistics
MTH-2300
Section 137943
College of Southern Maryland
Fall 2016
Problem Set 6
Chapter 6
Name: Morgan Owens
Score:
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This is an introductory course in Discrete Mathematics oriented toward Computer Science and Engineering. The course divides roughly into thirds:
1. Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics: Definitions, Proofs, Sets, Functions
Homework # 1
ENEE322
Due : 09.08.2016 in class
Note: In all problem required textbook refers to Alan V. Oppenheim, Alan
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