Amyrrah Auten
Professor Sally Drummond
Thursday 7-9:50
Homework 4
6 April 2017
Outlining and Organizing Speeches
Speakers who are well organized impress the audience and are more credible. The
rudiments of effective outlining involve standard formatting,
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Appendix 6
Linear Inequalities in One Variable
Ex 1
Write an inequality that represents the interval and state whether the interval is bounded or
unbounded.
(a)
Ex 2
2,10
Determine whether each value of
2x 1 3
x
Ex 3
(b)
(a) x 0 (b)
5,
x is a s
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Appendix A3
Polynomials and Factoring
Ex 1
(a) write the polynomial in standard form, identify the degree and leading coefficient of the
polynomial, (c) state whether the polynomial is a monomial, a binomial, or a trinomial, and (d) write the
poly
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Sec. 1.2
Graphs of Equations
The graph of an equation is the set of all points that are solutions of the equation.
Sketching the Graph of an Equation by Point Plotting
1. If possible , rewrite the equation so that one of the variables is isolated
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Sec. 1.1
Rectangular Coordinates
Ex 1
Plot the points 2,3 , 1,4 , 0,0 , 3,0 , and 0, 2 .
Ex 2
The table shows the number y of Wal-Mart stores for each year
Year, x
Number
of stores,
2000
4189
2001
4414
2002
4688
2003
4906
2004
5289
x from
2005
614
MATH-2B
Quiz 6 (take home) Ch 5
Directions: Completely solve the following problems on separate sheets of paper.
Due date: Friday, June 3, at the beginning of the class.
Sec. 5.1 #3(b), 4(b),5(b); 6(d), 7(d), 8(d); 12(b), 14, 18, 26, 28, T-F(b,c,f).
Sec.
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Homework 3
Due date: to be announced.
Sec. 2.1: #10, #28
Sec. 2.2: #12, #28
Sec. 2.3: #12, #26, #30
Sec. 3.1: #20, #22a, #28
Sec. 3.2: Prove Theorems 3.2.5, 3.2.6, and 3.2.7; #20a, #22, #26a, T-F (j)
Sec. 3.3: #5, #10, #14, #20, #24, #34, #38
Sec.
MATH-2B
Homework 6
Directions: Show complete solutions for the assignment below on separate sheets of paper.
Due date: Thursday, June 9, at the beginning of the class.
Assignment:
Sec. 6.1: #4(a,b), 8(a)
Sec. 6.2: #1(e), 5, 6, 8, 14
Sec. 6.3: 5(a), 14(b),
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Project (part 2)
(25 points)
Name:_
Directions: Please, read sec. 9.3 (Internet Search Engines) carefully and write a complete solution of
exercise #6 from Exercise Set 9.3 (page 501) using the appropriate concepts and terminology.
Due date: Frida
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Homework 5
Directions: Show all work to receive a full credit.
Due date: Monday, May 22, at the beginning of the class.
Section 4.6
2a, 2b, 3, 5a, 6, 8, 12.
Section 4.7
2a, 4, 6a, 6d, 8a,d, 12a, 12c, 14.
Section 4.8
2a, 2b, 2c, 4, 6, 7, 8, 14, 16.
MATH-2B-07-W16
HW2 (sec. 1.5-1.8)
Sec. 1.5: #2,4,6b,7a,10,14,25a,32,37
Sec. 1.6: #2,5,10,14,15,23
Sec. 1.7: #2,3,5,6,10,18,20,34
Sec. 1.8: #2,5,13
Homework 2 is due on Monday, Apr 18, at the beginning of the class.
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HW 1 (Sec. 1.1-1.4)
Due date: Monday, April 11, at the beginning of the class.
Sec. 1.1-10, 16
Sec. 1.2-6, 13
Sec. 1.3- 3k, 4f, 11a, 13a, 23a, 23c, 30a
Sec. 1.4-2b, 3d, 4, 10, 12, 18e, 28, 35, 40, 54
Score:
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Study Guide #8: Graphing Secant and Cosecant Functions (4.6)
Review: Graph one positive and one negative period of f(t) = 3cos(2t + ). Factored
form : _ Now find these values:
A = _
T = _
increment width = _
phase shift = _
1. We are now goin
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Study Guide #16: Multiple-Angle and Product-to-Sum Formulas (5.5)
1. Use the angle addition formulas to complete the missing side of the following double
angle formulas:
a) cos 2A = cos (A + A) =
or cos 2A =
or cos 2A =
These are the double a
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Math 42, Fall 2016: Practice Exam One Partial Solutions
To receive credit, you must show your support work. Be organized, and be sure to answer the question asked. All
answers should be exact and not based on the result from a calculator. Yo
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Study Guide #12: Verifying Trig Identities (5.2)
1. List five strategies to consider when verifying a trigonometric identity:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
2. Simplify: [Work across the page, please.]
a)
b) sin x sec x cot x
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
3. Verify each
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Study Guide #2: Right-Triangle Trigonometry (4.3)
1. Explain why two distinct coterminal angles do not have the same angle measure.
2. Write the equation that expresses the relationship among the radius, central angle and
arc length. Then use
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Study Guide #6: Graphing Sine and Cosine Functions (4.5)
1. Fill out the chart. Graph two complete cycles of f(t) = sin t. Label the points representing the
quadrantal angles and their associated ratios as ordered pairs on the graph. Show bot
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Study Guide #7: Graphing Sine and Cosine Functions (4.5)
Review:
Graph
period.
T =_
. Label all nine points for one positive and one negative
A= _
Vertical Shift: _ Recall: cos 0 = _.
1. When we add or subtract a constant from the angle insid
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Study Guide #1: Radian and Degree Measure
1. An angle in the plane is formed if _ _ _ (the _)
have a _ _, known as the _.
2. If one half-line is rotated about the vertex, the starting position of the half-line or _
is called the _ _. The endi
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Math 42, Fall 2016: Practice Exam 3
1. Solve each equation. Be sure to find and label any reference angles, all quadrant(s)
containing the terminal side of the solution, and the solution itself.
a)
b)
for i) x
for i) x
and ii) x
and ii) x
2.
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Math 42, Fall 2016: Practice Exam One
To receive credit, you must show your support work. Be organized, and be sure to answer the question asked. All
answers should be exact and not based on the result from a calculator. You may use a calcul
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Study Guide #10: Inverse Trigonometric Functions & Solving Right Triangles
1. What is the relationship between the domain of a function and the domain of its inverse?
2. What is the relationship between the range of a function and the range o
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Study Guide #9: Inverse Trigonometric Functions
1. What is the relationship between the domain of a function and the range of its inverse?
2. What is the relationship between the range of a function and the domain of its inverse?
3. The domai
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hospitals
all of the above
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Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest leaves a strong impression. Whether this act symbolises
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