Rational Functions and Their Graphs Section 3.5
JMerrill,2005 Revised 08
Why Should You Learn This?
Rational functions are used to model and solve many problems in the business world. Some examples of real-world scenarios are:
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Nested three FOR loops
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/* Predict the console output you would get when the program below
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/* comprised of 3 nested loops is run
*/
/*/
#include<stdio.h>
int main()cfw_
int i,j,k;
printf("\n\ti\t\tj\t\tk\n");
printf("\t=\t\t=\t\t=\n");
for(i=1
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ESE 124
Quiz 1A
2015
Fall
A student has designed the following C source code intended to compute the surface area A=4r 2 of a sphere of
radius r. In the program the user is asked to type on the keyboard the value of the radius a user-specified
VARIOUS CASES OF COMPUTATION OF TRIANGULAR NUMBER OF A POSITIVE INTEGER
NUMBER:
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CASE 1:
Computing for one-time only the triangular number of a
user-specified positive integer number
SOURCE CODE:
#include<stdio.h>
int main()cfw_
int i=1,tNo=0,num;
pr
TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM # 5
A student has designed the following C source code intended to compute the sum of cubes of
each odd integer digit in a user-specified multi-digit number. However, five lines or statements in
this code contain one or more syntax
TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM 1
The C source code given below contains syntax and/or logic errors.
Identify the errors in this source code, and then rewrite
the corrected source code in the space below it.
#insert<stdio>
#define pi=3.14;
int main()cfw_
float ra
HOMEWORK 2
This homework is on a project which consists of two programs:
Program 1:
Design a program in C which, when executed, will do the following in the indicated
sequence:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ask the user to type on the keyboard a starting value nstart of a
TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM # 2
The C source code given below contains syntax or logic errors. Identify each statement
where there exists one or more errors. Then rewrite below the given code the corrected
code.
#insert<stdio>
int main()cfw_
float radius,area
New York Institute of Technology
Mathematics Department
M 141 Pre-Calculus Practice 1 - Solution Guide In order to conserve space and paper, the problems may not be done in proper numeric order. (1) Find the exact zeros of f ( x) x 4 8x 2 33 by fa
Completing the Square, Circles, etc. 1. Solve the quadratic equation by completing the square.
16x 2x2 + 4 = 8
2. Solve the quadratic equation by completing the square.
3x2 + 3x + 27 = 3
3. Find the center and radius of the circle given by the f
Additional Problems Problem 1a
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9
y
Relative maximum 1 9 2, 4
f ( x) 4 x3 x 2 4 x 1 Domain : x Range : y 1 Zeros : x 1, x , x 1 4 y intercept : y 1 Relative maximum & minimum poin ts
New York Institute of Technology
Mathematics Department - Pre-Calculus Study Guide G. Lancer
Solution Guide to some of the problems that were not discussed in class on 3/24. Page 137 # 1
Page 137 # 3
(a 1) + (b + 3)i = 5 + 8i Here a 1 = 5 or a = 6
Some 1.7 solutions
September 17, 2006
23 26: Solve the following equations for x. Plug in your answer to check. Key idea - You want to isolate your exponential function and then take natural log of both sides and then hopefully the equation will be
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ESE 124.01
Fall 2015
Homework 0a
Write a short paper in your own words summarizing the meaning of the word
algorithm, and then show how flow charts are used in implementing
algorithms. You are required to present the main gra