Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
1 a) 32/3-4
= 32 x 34
= 3(2+4)
=36
cfw_since xa X xb = x (a+b)
b) (25 x 2-2)/22
= 23/22
=2
c) x8y4/xy3
cfw_ since xa/xb = x(a-b)
= x7y.
d) a5bc6/a5b3
= a (5-5). b (1-3).c6
= a0. b-2.c6
= c6/b2
2. a) The domain of f is

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Polynomial Functions
1 A) i) f(x)= 3x3-kx2-6x+8
f(x)= 3x3+(-kx2) +(-6x) +8
Positive leading coefficient, odd degree so it begins in 3rd
quadrants and ends in 1st quadrant.
ii) number of x intercepts = 3
iii) number of turning points = 3-1 = 2
iv) no restr

NORMAL DISTRIBUTION ASSINGMENT
1. a)
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X
In a developed country as the age distribution has more number of
middle aged people when compared to infants and old aged people, this
distribution is similar to the age distribution curve in a developed
country.

CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM AND ENERGY LAB ASSINGMENT
THEORY:
Its a fact that mechanical energy is conserved, we theoretically assume that
Kinetic energy= potential energy
(M. v2)/2= M.g.h2
Where,
M=mass of ball bearing,
v= speed of ball at the bottom of inc

1. A) Given points are, A (-2,3-1) and B (1,4, -2)
vector must be first calculated:
V= [ -2-1, 3-4, -1-(-2)]
V = [-3, -1,1]
Either of the points can be used to find the parametric equation. Using ( -2,3, -1) the
parametric equations are:
X= -2-3t, Y=3-t,

Assignment-3
1. IUPAC International union of pure and applied chemistry is an international federation
of national adhering organizations that individually represent chemists all around the
world.it was established in 1919 as the successor of the internat

Analyses of questions- photo electric effect experiment
1A) From observation between #2 to 5 steps we can say that light with high wavelength will release no
electrons at high intensity incoming light, as we observed that at 736nm with 100% intensity of i

1)
A) Given y=(x4+cosx)
Differentiate "y" w.r.t "x" we get
(dy/dx) = 4x3-sinx
B) given y=(sin4x/sinx)
Differentiate "y" w.r.t "x" we get
(dy/dx) = (4cos4x).(sinx) - (cosx).(sin4x)
(sinx) 2
=
(4cos4x).(sinx) - (cosx).(sin4x)
(sin 2x)
2+ ()
C) given y= csc(

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