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MATH107-01 - Fall 2006 - Quiz 3
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Master Math: Pre-Calculus and Geometry
By Debra Ross
Copyright 1996 by Debra Anne Ross
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Concept Review: Math 107 Final Exam
1. Solving equations: Factor: (by grouping or by rational zeros theorem for polynomials) Understand and utilize algebraic operations (e.g. combining fractions, laws of exponents, laws of logarithms, reducing exponential
Overview
For each function, f (x), find the (a) domain, (b) range, (c) asymptotes, (d) x-intercepts, (e) y-intercepts, and finally (f) sketch f (x). 1. 4. 7. 9. f (x) = x f (x) = |x| f (x) = ln x f (x) = sin x 2. 5. 8. 10. f (x) = x2 3. f (x) = x3 1 6. f
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MATH107-01 - Fall 2006 - Quiz 1
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MATH107-02 Spring 2008 Quiz 2 1
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MATH107-02 Spring 2008 Quiz 6 1
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#49.
#50.
#51. Given () = + 3 and () = 2 2 5, we are asked to determine the domain of
( )() = [()]
First approach: The domain of the inside function is [3, ). Next we see if the
domain must be restricted further by examining
[()] = 2[()]2 5 = 2( + 3)2 5 =