Pre-Calculus Quiz: Parabolas
1.) Write an equation in standard form for the conic to the right.
2.) Rewrite the equation below in standard form.
x2 4x 8y 20 0
3.) a.) Graph the parabola with a focus of (3 , 5) and a directrix
of y = 7. Label the vertex, f
Precalculus: 9.1,9.3 Quiz Review
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1. How many different license plates can be made if each consists of 3 letters followed by 2 digits followed by
1 letter if the last letter can not be a vowel (consider y a vowel for this scenario)?
2. There are 8 dr
Precalculus Chapter 10 Limits Quiz Review
1. Using the graph on the right, find the indicated limits.
f ( x)
a. xlim
5
f ( x)
b. xlim
1
f ( x)
c. xlim
1
f ( x)
d. lim
x 2
f ( x)
e. xlim
5
f ( x)
f. lim
x 7
7 x 2 if x 1
2. Using f ( x )
, find t
Trigonometry
6.1 6.3 Quiz Review
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degrees
0
30
45
radians
sin
cos
tan
Read the directions carefully.
1.) Convert the angle in degrees to radians. Express the answer as a multiple of .
a.) 60
b.) 120
2.) Convert the angle in radians to degrees.
a.)
Pre-Calculus Review
5.1 5.3 Trigonometric Functions
(A calculator is only allowed on #19 24)
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Date _ Period _
1.] Sketch the angle whose measure is 200 (in standard position).
_ 2.] What is the domain of the sine function?
_ 3.] What is the period o
Precalculus
Test 1
Sections 4.1 and 4.3
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SHOW ALL WORK!
I. Multiple Choice
_ 1. Determine the quadrant in which the terminal side of an
angle of 215 lies.
(A) I (B) II (C) III (D) IV
(E) The terminal side lies on one of the axes
_ 2. Convert 25 to r
Finite Math Final Exam Topics
Updated 12/1/15
Section J02 (10:00 a.m. class): Thursday, Dec 17th, 8:00 a.m.
Part One (40 points)
Sections 3.1 through 3.3. Four questions.
Set up, but do not solve, a linear programming problem (10 points).
Graph a feasible
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AP Statistics Test C —~ Probability — Part IV Name
_ 1. Which two events are most likely to be independent? 9 ~
A) having a ﬂat tire, and being late
Test SB
Part 1
1. d z 0.0133
900
2. e While this is a probability sample of sorts, it is not an SRS. Because she sampled for
only one two—hour period, the sample is subject to bias arising form the speciﬁc day and
time she sampled.
3. e 95% represents the