MATH 17 First Long Examination
PART 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. C B B 1 D 2 3 A C D B 11. C 12. x x 4 x 2 13. D 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
x 12 x11 B A D A B A
3 2
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21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.
C C D B A 20 2 x 12 2
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Objectives
Chapter 2
Relations and
Functions
1. define relations, functions and inverse
functions;
2. state the domain, range, intercepts and
symmetry of the functions and relations;
3. differentiate relations from functions;
4. perform operatio
For Na+ and K+
Clean the nichrome wire by using concd HCl and heating
1st Trial
2nd Trial
(Preparation of Solution)
(Preparation of Solution)
Evaporate CC1 to about 2 drops
and cool
Get 4 drops of the sample
Add 6M HCl, to the centrifugate add
6M NH3, to
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CHEM 2223 Organic Chemistry I
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Course Description:
Fundamental concepts of nomenclature, formulae, preparation and properties of organic compounds.
Modern
MATH 17 Y. Algebra and Trigonometry
Exercise 8. Prefinal Exercise
21 November 2015
General Instructions: Do as indicated. Write your answers, neatly, orderly and completely in your bluebook(s). Deadline is on Wednesday, 25 November 2015, recitation hour.
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Addition of Rational
Expressions
Example 1.5.3
Perform the indicated operation.
Definition
Let P x ,Q x , and R x be polynomials
in x then
P x
Q x
R x
Q x
P x R x
Q x
Q x 0
1
x
x 1 x 13
LCD : x 1
3
1 x 1 x
2
1
x
LCD : x 2 x 2
x 2 x2 4
1
Double Measure
Identities
Double Measure
Identities
If
, then
Double Measure
Identities
If ,then
sin sin cos cos sin
sin 2 sin cos sin cos
2sin cos
tan tan
tan
1 tan tan
2 tan
tan 2
2
1 tan
Example
Given:
Determine
Solve for
first.
Since
Which q
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Solvable Equations in R
CHAPTER 1.3
THE COMPLEX
NUMBER SYSTEM
Mathematics Division, IMSP, UPLB
ax b 0 is always solvable in R.
b
x
a
1
Solvable Equations in R
If p 0, the solutions to the
equation x 2 p are
x 2 3 is solvable in R.
Mathematics Divis
Circular
Functions
Recall
The wrapping function P is a
function from
to U such that
where (x, y) is the terminal
point of the arc with length t.
Is P one-to-one?
Special Real Numbers
Examples
4 1 3
P
,
3
2
2
7 3 1
P
,
6 2 2
7
P
4
2 , 2
2
2
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OBJECTIVES
Upon completion, you should be able to
RADICALS
Simplify radicals; and
Perform addition, subtraction, multiplication
and division of radicals.
2
RATIONAL EXPONENTS & RADICALS
1
RADICALS
A radical (or irrational expression) is an
alge
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1
Types of Quantities
Chapter 1.4
POLYNOMIAL
Expressions
Variables
represented only by letters
and whose values may be
arbitrarily chosen depending
on the situation.
3
Mathematics Division, IMSP, UPLB
2
4
1
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Types of Quantities
Algebraic Expr
Chapter 4.3
Circular Functions
1
Domain, Range, and Graphs
1. ft
sin t
Dom f
Rng f 1,1
P t x,y
sin t y
2
Domain, Range, and Graphs
2. ft
cos t
Dom f
Rng f 1,1
P t x,y
cos t x
3
Periodic Functions
Periodic functions are functions whose values
repea
Chapter 5.3
System of Inequalities
Solutions of Inequalities
A solution of an inequality with two
variables is an ordered pair which
satisfies the inequality.
We will represent solutions of an
inequality using graphs.
Example
In the Cartesian plane, th
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Objectives
Chapter 2
Relations and
Functions
1. define relations, functions and inverse
functions;
2. state the domain, range, intercepts and
symmetry of the functions and relations;
3. differentiate relations from functions;
4. perform operatio
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From now on
MATH 17. COLLEGE ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY
The Algebra of
Numbers
Chapter 1
Mathematics Division, IMSP, UPLB
you learn math
by doing math
1
Mathematics Division, IMSP, UPLB
2
Mathematics Division, IMSP, UPLB
3
Chapter Outline
1. Sets, Se
CHEM 1412 FORMULA SHEET
mass of proton = 1.007276470 amu
c = 2.998 X 108 m/s
K = oC + 273.15
1 g = 6.022 X 1023 amu
Sg = kHPg
PA = XAPAo
= MRT
PV = nRT
mass of neutron = 1.008664904 amu
F = 96485 C/(mol of e) = 96485 J/(V mol of e)
R = 0.08206 (L atm)/(m
For Na+ and K+
Clean the nichrome wire by using concd HCl and heating
1st Trial
2nd Trial
(Preparation of Solution)
(Preparation of Solution)
Evaporate CC1 to about 2 drops
and cool
Get 4 drops of the sample
Discard any precipitate and add 1
drop of concd
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Inverse Functions
If f is a function consisting of ordered pairs x , y ,
Inverse Functions
then there is a relation called the inverse of f ,
whose elements are the oredered pairs y , x .
Inverse Functions
If f is one-to-one, then the inverse of
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Chapter 1
Section 1.2
The Real Number System
as a Number Field
Uses of Number
Definition
The Set of Real Numbers
1.
Naming
2.
Ordering
3.
Counting
4.
Measuring
Numbers that will be used for counting and
measuring will be collectively called real
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OPERATIONS ON FUNCTIONS
Definition. Sum, Difference, Product,
Quotient and Composite Functions
OPERATIONS ON FUNCTIONS
Let f and g be functions of the variable x.
1. The sum function f+g is the function
defined by
f g x f x gx
OPERATIONS ON FU
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Solvable Equations in R
CHAPTER 1.3
THE COMPLEX
NUMBER SYSTEM
ax + b = 0 is always solvable in R.
b
x=
a
Solvable Equations in R
Solvable Equations in R
x 2 = 9 is solvable in R.
The solutions are 3 and 3
If p 0, the solutions to the
equation x 2
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One-to-One Functions
Chapter 2.3
Properties of
Functions
if whenever a and b are two numbers in the
One-to-One Functions
Example 2.3.1
A function f is one-to-one 1 1 if and only
domain of f and a b then f a f b .
Determine if the following functi
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Types of Quantities
Chapter 1.4
POLYNOMIALS
Variables
represented only by letters
and whose values may be
arbitrarily chosen depending
on the situation.
Types of Quantities
Constant
a quantity whose value is fixed
and may not be changed during
a
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Chapter 3
Exponential and
Logarithmic Functions
Chapter 3.1
Exponential Functions
Exponential Functions
Example 3.1.1
If f x 2 x , complete the given table.
If b 0 and b 1, then the exponential
function with base b is defined by
f x bx
x
-4
-3
-2
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MATH 17. COLLEGE ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY
Chapter 1
Algebra as the
Study of Structures
Chapter Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
7.
Sets, Set Operations and Number Sets
The Real Number System
The Complex Number System
Field of Algebraic Expressions
Equatio
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Rational Expressions
Rational Expressions are algebraic
expressions that are quotients of
Chapter 1.5
Rational Expressions
polynomials.
P x
Q x
,
Q x 0
1
2
Rational Expressions
Example 1.5.1
A rational expression is in its
simplest form if the
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Subsets of
+ :
:
:
:
Solvable Equations
, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1,0
Is 2 = 6 solvable in ?
Is 2 = 1 solvable in ? in ? In ?
Is 2 = 3 solvable in ? in ? In ?
Multiplicative Inverses
Theorem
Existence of Multiplicative Inverses
For eve
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Definition
Empty Sets
Empty Set
Remarks:
Empty Set is a subset of any set.
- are sets having no elements
- denoted by or cfw_
, for any set .
The empty set is a subset of itself.
Example:
= y y is a country in Asia with no people
=
= cfw_pos
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Algebraic Expressions
Chapter 1.6
Equations and
Inequalities
Algebraic Expressions
x : number of hours you need
to finish a job
1
: amount of work you can do
x
in an hour.
Algebraic expressions are symbolic
forms of numbers.
h
r 2h
r
Algebraic
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Objectives
Chapter 2
Relations and
Functions
1. define relations, functions and inverse
functions;
2. state the domain, range, intercepts and
symmetry of the functions and relations;
3. differentiate relations from functions;
4. perform operation
Chapter 5.2
Matrices and Determinants
1
Matrix
An m n matrix is a rectangular array of numbers
with m rows and n columns
a11 a12
a
a
21
22
M M
am1 am2
L
L
O
L
a1n
a2n
M
amn
2
Determinant of a 22 Matrix
The determinant of the matrix
a1
A
a2
b1
b2
is