Quadratic Equations:
1.
State the quadratic formula.
2.
Choose a problem from the following problems and solve it using the
quadratic formula. Be sure to show all your work to get full credit.
a.
b.
A =1 B=8 C=12
A=1 B=5 C=2
Cannot be simplified anymore
c

Functions and Their Graphs:
1.
Write a sentence stating in your own words what it means for a relation to be
a function.
In order for a relation to be a function each element in the domain must
correspond to exactly one element in the range.
2.
As per the

Graphs, Linear Equations, Models, and Complex Numbers
1.
Interpreting Graphs:
We often use graphs of recent data to project the changes in future data. The
following is the graph of a cars value. The car was bought for $20,000. Each
year, the cars value d

Composite Functions:
1.
Let and Find each of the following functions:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Inverse Functions:
2.
Find the inverse of .
3.
Show that has the inverse of by finding .
Distance and Midpoint Formulas:
4.
State the distance formula.
5.
Dans house is nort

Quadratic Functions:
1. You have 150 yards of fencing to enclose a rectangular region. One side of
the rectangle does not need fencing. Find the dimensions of the rectangle
that maximize the enclosed area. What is the maximum area?
Complete the following

1.
Factor a trinomial whose leading coefficient is 1. Pick any one of the
problems and solve the trinomial. If the trinomial is prime, state this and
explain why.
a.
Factors of 15
Sum of
Factors
1, 15
16
3, 5
8
1, -5
-4
-1 , 5
4
-9, -5
-14
-45, -1
-46
-1

1. Solve the given nonlinear system by the addition method.
2. The following system of linear inequalities describes a solution set where a
company earns a profit.
Select the correct graph that demonstrates the solution set of the given linear
inequality.

MA1210:Week10Lab
Matrix Solutions to Linear Systems:
1.
Use back-substitution to solve the given matrix. Begin by writing the
corresponding linear equations, and then use back-substitution to solve your
variables.
Determinants and Cramers Rule:
2.
Find th

1. Solve the following system of equations:
a.
b.
c.
2. The opening night of a theater sold a total of 1,000 tickets. The front orchestra
area cost $80 a seat, the back orchestra area cost $60 a seat, and the
balcony area cost $50 a seat. Total revenue fr

1.
Order of operations:
Solve using the order of operations. Be sure to show each step to receive full
credit.
2.
Exponents:
Define the product rule and the quotient rule in your own words.
Using the product and quotient rule, solve the following:
The pro

1. Solve the following system of linear equations using either the substitution
method or the addition method:
a.
b.
The proposed solution is
2. A company manufacturing pencils has a fixed cost of $3,000 to buy a
machine. It costs $0.10 to produce each pe