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practice quiz 5.3-5.4
MULTIPLE CHOICE.
Find an exact value by using (A-B) or (A+B) formulas. (3)
1) tan 15
A) 2 2) cos
1)
3
B)
19
12
2)
64
A)
2
B)
64
2
Find the exact value by using a half-angle identity. (1)
3) sin -
3)
8
2+
2
A) -
2
B) -
1
2
2+
2
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Quiz 5.1 - 5.2 practice
Use the pythagorean identities to find the value of the trigonometric function. (1)
1) Find cot
A)
if csc
=
1
2
5
and tan
2
> 0.
1)
B)
C)
D)
Use identities to simplify the expression. (11)
2) sin cos
A) 1
3)
sec
csc
C)
4) sin2 + ta
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SHORT ANSWER.
Practice Quiz 5.5 -5.6
State amount of triangles first then solve the triangle. Round to 3 decimals if necessary. (8)
1) A = 49, B = 64, a = 8
1
, C=67, b = 9.527, c= 9.757
2) B = 43, a = 18, b = 16
2
2)
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FIVE Week 13
Sunday, October 23, 2016
8:08 PM
AP Calculus Page 1
AP Calculus Page 2
Given that left to the leftmost x intercept the y values are positive I would shade this region
green, red between the two x intercepts where the y values are negative ,an
I will work my hardest to get a 5
Week 13 - F.I.V.E.
Due Monday 10/24/16
Name: _
Period #_
F: Follow Up
Pick ONE OF THE FOLLOWING and use a table, graph and algebra (yes, ALL THREE
methods) to determine the limit you chose.
a.
b.
c.
I: Implementation
The
Week 3 F.I.V.E.
Xavier Balladarez Period 2
AP Calculus Page 1
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
8:58 PM
Common definition: "forming an unbroken whole; without interruption."
AP Calculus Page 2
Mathematical definition: "a function of which the graph is a smooth unbro
Sec 2.4 Solving 2 Variable
Systems by Graphing
Name:
Each system of equation is shown in graph. Using the graph find the solutions to each of the systems.
1. = +
=
2. =
3. =
=
=
Which of the system of equations below have a solution of ( 3, 2) ?
4.
Sec 2.2 Solving Algebraic
Applications
1.
The distance a car travels can be found using the formula
= , where d is distance, r is rate of speed, and t is
time. How many miles does the car travel, if it drives at an
average rate of speed of 60 miles per h
Sec 2-6 Systems of Equations
Applications
Name:
1. The Turbo Taxi Service charges a flat rate of $5 and then $0.40 per mile. The Express Taxi
Company charges a flat rate of $2 and then $0.75 per mile.
a. Write an equation that describes the cost, c, of ea
Sec 2.2 Solving Algebraic
Applications
1.
The distance a car travels can be found using the formula
= , where d is distance, r is rate of speed, and t is
time. How many miles does the car travel, if it drives at an
average rate of speed of 60 miles per ho
Sec 2.5 Solving 2 Variable
Systems by Graphing
Name:
Each system of equation is shown in graph. Using the graph find the solutions to each of the systems.
1.
=
+
=
2.
=
=
3.
=
=
Which of the system of equations below have a solution of ( 3, 2) ?
4.
=
+
+
Sec 2.6 Solving 2 Variable
Systems Algebraically
Solve each of the following systems using the substitution method.
1.
3.
=
+
+
=
=
+
=
2.
=
=
4.
+
M. Winking
Unit 2 page 13
+
=
=
Name:
Solve each of the following systems using the substitution method.
Sec 2.3 Solving Algebraic
Inequalities
Name:
Find the values for the variable that makes the statement true. (SHOW WORK NEATLY)
1. 3x > 6
2. 20 4m
3. 3x < 12
4. 3b + 2 20
Example
I.
Eliminate parenthesis by
distributing.
2 3x 4 5
6x 8 5
II. Eliminate frac
Sec 2.3 Solving Algebraic
Inequalities
Name:
Find the values for the variable that makes the statement true. (SHOW WORK NEATLY)
1. 3x > 6
2. 20 4m
3. 3x < 12
4. 3b + 2 20
Example
I.
Eliminate parenthesis by
distributing.
2 3x 4 5
6x 8 5
II. Eliminate frac