Math 110. Finite Mathematics and Elements of College Algebra Fall 2007 Syllabus
Students who do not satisfy the prerequisites for Math 110 will be dropped from this course by the Registrar's office. Course supervisor: Irina Kadyrova, Ph.D. Office Loc
function Examples domainrange. Problem Definition #1.
Terminology. f x x f Function notation. y b f gx x x x f x f x f. f xx the valuef x. y x f x x Domain.xy ) Range. x x yx y f x
Problem #2
y x x x x x
Problem #3. x y x P
Math 110 FS 2008 Exam 2 Outlines.
Exam 2 Outlines.
1. Functions. Definition of a function. Vertical line test. Domain. Range. Value at fixed point. function difference f f x h f x difference quotient f x h f x f , h 0. x h 2. Piecewise
Math 110 FS 2008 CH.2.1-2.3, 3.3. Lines and Slopes. Linear Regression.
Lectures #5- 6.
Plotting Points in the Rectangular Coordinate System. Graphs of Equations. Each point in the rectangular coordinate system corresponds with an ordered pair of r
Math 110 FS 2008 HO #1. Linear Regression.
Scatter plot.
Data presented in a visual form as a set of points is called scatter plot.
Example.
You can create a scatter plot using TI - 83 graphing calculator.
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Math 110 FS 2008 HO #1. Linear Regre
Quiz 2 outlines Quiz covers CH. 1.6 and CH. 2.4: solving linear equations and linear inequalities (regular and with absolute values) and solving equations with fractions that can be transformed info linear.
Math 110 FS 2008 Review for Exam 1
Lecture #7
This material is not the only source for the preparation for the Exam 1. CH. 1.1-1.4, 1.6-1.7, 2.1-2.3, 3.3, Lecture Notes, HW, Quiz1, and Quiz 2 need to be carefully revised.
If you found any typo in t
Outlines.
Function difference f f x h f x Difference quotient f x h f x f h x h
f x f x
XYYX x
x x
Problem #1. f x Problem #2. f x Problem #3. f x
x x
x x Problem #4. f x x x
Problem #5. f x x x x Problem #6
MATH 110
REVIEW FOR TEST#2 (Ch.3, 4.1-4.6)
Show your work and turn in on the day of the test for extra credit (answers attached; must show your
work to get credit). Must be done on separate sheets of paper!
TOPIC 1 : (3.1-3.3) Functions: notation, domain