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MATH 116
2.2 - Solving Equations Graphically
Intercepts
x-intercept
The x-intercept is the point where the graph of an equation crosses the x-axis. The xintercept can be found by substituting y=0 into the equation and solving for x. The xinterc
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MATH 116
2.4 - Solving Equations Algebraically
Quadratic Equations
A quadratic equation is an equation that can be written as Ax2 + Bx + C = 0 where A0.
This form is called the standard form.
There are four ways to solve a quadratic equation.
F
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A. First articles name: Can the triterpenoids from reishi mushroom spores heal cancer, herpes and even HIV? "Can the Triterpenoids from Reishi Mushroom Spores Heal Cancer,
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English 101
Do students who take online classes score higher on exams than those who are in a traditional
classroom setting?
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Desperate for Disarmament
The bombing of Hiroshima occurred on August 6, 1945, and this event forever
changed the world. An atomic bomb named Fat Man had the power of over 20,000 tons of
TNT and was used on th
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Buying a car is a huge commitment on a persons financial life. But what if you found out
that vehicles are designed to fail after a certain period of time. This technique has been used for
over a hundred years on multiple
Research Paper
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There is a huge controversy on if online classes would help to improve the grades of students. One of the main points that goes against this is that when online classes are taken you
don't have the
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Video Research Paper
The Jackson 5
The Jackson 5 was one of Motowns last great pop groups and they
were a huge worldwide hit of the 1970s. Since they were an African American group they needed some sort of spark to get everyones
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MATH 116
2.5 - Solving Inequalities Algebraically and Graphically
Linear Inequalities
When solving a linear inequality, treat it just like you were solving an equation with a
few exceptions.
1. When you multiply or divide both sides of an inequ
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TI-82
There are several kinds of graphs that the TI-82 or TI-83 will do, but they are accessed
from the same key. The [y=] key and the [2nd] [y=] or [StatPlot] key. The two major kinds
of plots may cause confusion when mixed, so it is
Jason Mark
MATH 116
2.1 - Linear Equations and Modeling
Definitions
Equation
A statement that two expressions are equal
Solutions
Values which make the equation true
Identity
An equation which is true for every real number in the domain
Contradiction
An e
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MATH 116
1.7 - Inverse Functions
Notation
The inverse of the function f is denoted by f -1 (if your browser doesn't support
superscripts, that is looks like f with an exponent of -1) and is pronounced "f inverse".
Although the inverse of a func
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MATH 116
1.6 - Combinations of Functions
Arithmetic Combinations of Functions
The sum, difference, product, or quotient of functions can be found easily.
Sum
(f + g)(x) = f(x) + g(x)
Difference
(f - g)(x) = f(x) - g(x)
Product
(f g)(x) = f(x) g
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MATH 116
Normal & Inverse Behavior
You will notice that the chart says the vertical translations are normal and the horizontal
translations are inversed. For an explanation of why, read the digression above. The
concepts in there really are fun
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MATH 116
1.5 - Shifting, Reflecting, and Stretching Graphs
Definitions
Abscissa
The x-coordinate
Ordinate
The y-coordinate
Shift
A translation in which the size and shape of a graph of a function is not changed, but the
location of the graph is
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MATH 116
1.4 - Graphs of Functions
Definitions
These definitions are mathematically loose (that means a mathematician would pull his or
her hair out but a normal person might understand them).
Graph of a function
The graph of a function f is th
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MATH 116
Definitions
Relation
A rule that associates a value in the domain with a value in the range.
Function
A function is a relation (rule) that assigns each element in the domain to exactly one
element in the range.
Domain
The set of all th
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Slope of a Line
The slope is represented by the letter m.
The slope of a non-vertical line is defined several ways. It is the rise over the run. It is the
change in y over the change in x.
For two points (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) where x1 x2
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Engineering 120 Section 2
Exploratory Engineering Essay Outline
Topic:
How cars are designed in order to break after (x) amount of years so that profits can be
maximized. (Planned Obsolescence)
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