Math 173 Assignment #1
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1. EBD is 30, ACD is 60 and BDA is 80. Calculate angles x and y as shown on
the diagram. Show your work (writing the values of the angles in the diagram is
sufficient).
y A
E
x
B
D
C
2. AB and BD are both 2 units long, while
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Math 173 Assignment #4
Name: _
1. Convert the angles in radians to degrees and the angles in degrees to radians. Show
your work. Leave in terms of , if appropriate.
a) 135
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b)
c) 90
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2. Use a calculator to evaluate the following trig functions.
Math 173 Assignment #5
Name: _
1. Use the information given to solve the following triangles, if possible.
a) a 3.2, b 3.5, c 4.9
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b) b 31, c 35, B 55
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Math 173 Assignment #2
1. For f ( x)
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1
1
, find f g ( x) and g f ( x) .
3 and g ( x)
x
x 3
2. Sketch the graph of the following function. Clearly label at least two points on your
graph.
f ( x) 2 x
3. Write an equation for a function that has a
Math 173 Quasi-Assignment #6
1. Find all terms of the finite sequence an
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(1) n
,1 n 4 .
n!
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2. State whether the following are arithmetic sequences, geometric sequences, or
neither. Also, give a formula for the nth te
Math 173 Assignment #3
Name: _
1. Find the inverse of the following function.
f ( x) 5 x 7
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2. Use composition of functions to show that the following functions are inverses.
f ( x)
1
1
1, f 1 ( x)
2x
2x 2
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