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6.2 Graphs of Exponential Functions
Shift:
f x b x c d
Vertical shift of d in the same direction of the sign of d
Horizontal shift of c units, in the opposite direction of the sign of c
The y-intercept becomes
0, bc d
The horizontal asymptote becomes
The
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MTH111
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Homework 2.6
Solve each equation.
1. x 4 37 x 2 36 0
Date:
2.
1
a a 2 6 0
1.
2.
3.
2
1
n 3 n 3 6 0
4. 2 p
2
5
1
p 5 1 0
3.
4.
5.
x 1 x 7
6.
2 x 3 8 19
5.
6.
Solve each equation.
7. 3 x 3 7 x 2 18 x 42 0
8. 8 x 3 14 x 2 32 x 56 0
7.
8.
9.
3x
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MATH 113 Week 2 Discussion Board problem from
section 7.3
Section 7.3 Example
2. Factor
2
2 y +11 y +5
Solution
(2y+1) (y+5)
Explanation: The terms have no common factor. The constant term is positive. The
coefficient of y is positive. The binomial consta
MATH 113 Week 9 Discussion Board problems from
section 9.3
Problem 1
2 x +6012=0
Solution
Move the constant to the right
2 x +6=12
Square both sides
2
( 2 x +60 ) =122
2 x +60=144
Solve for x
2 x =1446 0
x=
x=4 2
84
=4 2
2
Math 155 Online
Problem Solving Exercise #3
The manager of a furniture factory finds that it costs $2200 to manufacture 100 chairs in one day
and $4800 to produce 300 chairs in one day.
a) Assuming that the relationship between cost and the number of chai
Feb 21
3.1
How do you know what is real and what is not? Specifically, how do you know that dreams are
only dreams and that there are no such things as ghosts? In answering these questions, draw
upon and demonstrate some understanding of the views of Geor
Submitting Discussion Board Postings and Replies
MAT 113 Online-Spring 2017 (Revised)
A. Directions: Preparing / submitting postings in the DB Forum
NOTE: First choice is to use f(x) icon in the Description/Dialogue box on
Blackboard. The templates for ty
Solution
Week 30 (4/7/03)
Dierence of Powers
A value of 26 is obtainable with m = n = 1. By considering the remainder when
33m 7n is divided by certain numbers, we will show that no value smaller than 26
is possible. We will use the mod notation for conve
Solution
Week 20
(1/27/03)
Collinear points
Draw all the lines determined by the points. From the assumption of the problem,
there are at least three points on each of these lines. Consider all of the distances
between any of the points and any of the lin
Solution
Week 19
(1/20/03)
Block and bouncing ball
(a) Consider one of the collisions. Let it occur at a distance from the wall, and
let v and V be the speeds of the ball and block, respectively, after the collision.
We claim that the quantity (v V ) is i
Solution Week 17 (1/6/03) Icosahedron of resistors First Solution: We will calculate the eective resistance between vertices 1 and 2 in the gure below. When the icosahedron is viewed from the angle shown, four vertices lie directly behind four other verti
Solution
Week 15
(12/23/02)
Maximal gravity
Assume that the material has been shaped and positioned so that the eld at
P is maximum. Let this eld point in the x-direction. The key to this problem
is to realize that all the small elements of mass dm on the
Solution
Week 13
(12/9/02)
Unchanged velocity
Our strategy will be to produce (and equate) two dierent expressions for the
total change in the angular momentum of the ball (relative to its center). The rst
comes from the eects of the friction force on the
Solution
Week 8
(11/4/02)
Sub-rectangles
Put the rectangle in the x-y plane, with its sides parallel to the x and y axes,
and consider the function,
f (x, y) = e2ix e2iy .
(1)
Claim: The integral of f (x, y) over a rectangle, whose sides are parallel to t
Solution
Week 6
(10/21/02)
Flipping a coin
(a) There is a 1/2 chance that you win one dollar, a 1/4 chance that you win two
dollars, a 1/8 chance that you win three dollars, etc. Therefore, the average
value of your winnings is
1 2 3
4
+ + +
+ .
2 4 8 16