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Math 110 - Section 8 Quiz #3 Solutions
1. Use the fact that x = 2 is a zero of x3 - 2x2 - x + 2 to factor it completely. x2 x-2 -1
x3 - 2x2 - x + 2 - x3 + 2x2 -x+2 x-2 0
So x3 - 2x2 - x + 2 = (x - 2)(x2 + 1) = (x - 2)(x + 1)(x - 1) and x = 2, -1, 1. 2. Gi
Math 110 - Section 8 Quiz #4 Solutions
x2 - 2x - 3 . 2x2 - 2x - 12 First we check for common factors by factoring the top and bottom, (x + 1)(x - 3) . x - 3 is a common factor to the top and bottom, so the rational f (x) = 2(x + 2)(x - 3) x+1 function isn
Math 110 - Section 3 Exam #1 - Sample problem solutions
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be about as difficult as the exam problems and similar in flavor, however the goal of the ex
Math 110 - Section 3 Exam #1 - Sample study problems
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be about as difficult as the exam problems and similar in flavor, however the goal of the exam
Math 110 - Section 3 Exam #2 - Sample study problems
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be about as difficult as the exam problems and similar in flavor, however the goal of the exam
Math 110 - Section 3 Exam #2 - Sample study problems
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be about as difficult as the exam problems and similar in flavor, however the goal of the exam
Math 110 - Section 3 Exam #3 - Sample study problems
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be similar, however the goal of the exam is to test understanding not regurgitation. 1. What is
Math 110 - Section 8 Exam #3 - Sample study problems
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be similar, however the goal of the exam is to test understanding not regurgitation. 1. What is
Math 110 - Section 8 Exam #4 - Sample study problems
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be similar, however the goal of the exam is to test understanding not regurgitation. 1. True or
Math 110 - Section 3 Exam #4 - Sample study problems
Very important: These problems do not outline everything that will or will not be on the exam! They should be similar, however the goal of the exam is to test understanding not regurgitation. 1. True or
Math 110, Section 038 Exam 2 Instructor's Name: Carlson
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Math 110, Section 038 Exam 3 Instructor's Name: Carlson
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Math 110, Section 038 Exam 4 Instructor's Name: Carlson
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Math 110 Quiz 4 Sept. 28, 2006
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1. (a) [1.5 points] Determine a function in the standard form f (x) = a(x - h)2 + k for the parabola with vertex (-2, 1) passing through the point (0, 5). (b) [1.5 points] Rewrite your answer to part (a) in the
Math 110 Quiz 2 Sept. 7, 2006
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1. A tire company currently sells 3200 tires a month at a selling price of $32. Past experience indicates that for each $3 increase in selling price, the monthly sales will decrease by 500. (a) Determine an equat
Math 110 Quiz 3 Sept. 21, 2006 Name: 1. Let f (x) = x2 - 5 and g(x) = 2x + 6. (a) Determine the functions (f + g)(x), (f - g)(x), (f g)(x) and ( f )(x). g (b) Determine (f + g)(-3), (f - g)(-3), (f g)(-3) and
f g
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(c) Determine the domai
Math 110 Quiz 5 Oct. 19, 2006
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x -5 1) Let R(x) = x2 +4x , a rational function. (a) Determine the x and y intercepts of R(x). (b) Give the equations of any vertical asymptotes. (c) Give the equations of any horizontal asymptotes. (d) Sketch
Math 110 Quiz 6 Oct. 26, 2006 SOLUTIONS 1) The population of the southern United States can be closely approximated (to the nearest 0.01 million) by the exponential growth model A = P ert , where r = 0.0139 when t is measured in years and A is measur
Math 110 Quiz 7 Nov. 16, 2006
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1) (a) List the first four terms of the sequence with nth term given by an = (-1)n+1 (4n + 1). (b) List the first four terms of the sequence with a1 = for n = 2, 3, 4, . . . Solutions: (a) 5, -9,
Math 110 - Section 8 Quiz #2 Solutions
1. Given that f (x) = x2 - 5. and g(x) = (a) Find f g 2x + 6,
(x) and state it's domain. f g (x) = f (x) x2 - 5 = g(x) 2x + 6
To find the domain we have to make sure that the square root is defined, and that we're no