Section 1.2 Exponents and Radicals
Integer Exponents
A product of identical numbers is usually written in exponential notation. For example, 5 5 5
is written as 53 . In general, we have the following denition.
EXAMPLES:
5
1
1
=
(a)
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
=
1
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 9 November 25, 2012
This part consists of 8 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. Express 80 in radians.
A
9
B
2
9
C
4
9
D
5
9
E
7
9
S
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 8 November 18, 2012
This part consists of 11 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required;
consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. Find the value of cos .
3
A
B
C
D
E
0
1
2
3
2
2
2
1
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 8 November 18, 2012
This part consists of 11 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required;
consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. Find the value of sin .
3
A
B
C
D
E
0
1
2
3
2
2
2
1
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 7 November 11, 2012
This part consists of 4 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. The point (1/3, y ) is on the unit circle in Quadran
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 7 November 11, 2012
This part consists of 4 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. The point (x, 1/2) is on the unit circle in Quadrant
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 6 November 4, 2012
This part consists of 4 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. Evaluate ln e3 log2 25 .
A
e2
B
2e
C
3/5
D
2 Right An
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Quiz 6 November 4, 2012
This part consists of 4 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1
1. Evaluate log5 .
7
5
A
1/7
B
1/7 Right Answer
C
7
D
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 5 October 14, 2012
This part consists of 4 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. Determine the end behavior of the polynomial P (x) =
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 5 October 14, 2012
This part consists of 4 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. Determine the end behavior of the polynomial P (x) =
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Midterm Exam, October 23, 2012
In all non-multiple choice problems you are required to show all your work and provide the necessary
explanations everywhere to get full credit. In all multiple choice problems you dont hav
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Midterm Exam, October 23, 2012
In all non-multiple choice problems you are required to show all your work and provide the necessary
explanations everywhere to get full credit. In all multiple choice problems you dont hav
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2011
Midterm Exam, October 13, 2011
In all non-multiple choice problems you are required to show all your work and provide the necessary
explanations everywhere to get full credit. In all multiple choice problems you dont hav
Mathematical Functions - Fall 2012
Quiz 9 November 25, 2012
This part consists of 8 multiple choice problems. Nothing more than the answer is required; consequently no partial credit will be awarded.
1. Express 36 in radians.
A
4
B
5
C
D
E
6
7
8
Solution: