TONY L. BRIGGS
QUADRATIC AND POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
School of Electronics Technology
1. (35 points) An electronics company is planning to produce a new, specialized calculator for
a very large, nationwide financial company. The fixed monthly cost of product

TONY L. BRIGGS
FUNCTIONS THEIR SLOPES AND GRAPHS
School of Electronics Technology
1. (25 points) The media access control (MAC) address of a network interface is a unique
address. Each network interface relating to its MAC fits the criteria of a function

TONY BRIGGS
EXPONENTS AND POLYNOMIALS
School of Electronics technology
1.) The following formula describes the number of times, V, in thousands, a video
has been viewed. The variable, t, is time, in hours, after the videos release.
Answer the following qu

TONY BRIGGS
POLYNOMIALS AND RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
Factoring Polynomials
1. Factor trinomials whose leading coefficients are 1.
2
1. x 14 x+ 45
( x5 ) ( x9 )
2
2 x 9 x 5 x + 45
2
2 x 14 x+ 45
2.
x 28 x+15
x
3) (x 5)
2
x 5 x3 x+15
2
x 8 x+15
2. Factor trinom

TONY L. BRIGGS
RATIONAL FUNCTIONS AND INEQUALITIES
This lab requires you to find the maximum area, use synthetic division to find zeros of a
polynomial, and use the remainder theorem to evaluate a polynomial function.
Recommended Procedures:
1. (30 points

TONY L. BRIGGS
LINEAR EQUATIONS AND MATRICES
This lab will include solving linear systems. Additionally, this lab will include writing the
augmented matrix for a linear system and then solving linear systems using the matrix.
Recommended Procedures:
Solve

TONY L. BRIGGS
TRANSFORMATION, COMPOSITE, AND INVERSE FUNCTIONS
This lab includes problems based on graphing various functions and application problems
involving the slope and equations of lines.
Recommended Procedures:
Solve the following problems, provi

TONY L. BRIGGS
EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS
This lab requires you to solve exponential and logarithmic equations by using
different methods.
Recommended Procedures:
1. (10 points) Evaluate 41.5. Round your answer to three decimal places.
41.5=0.1

TONY L. BRIGGS
EQUATIONS AND THEIR GRAPHS
School of Electronics Technology
1. (30 points) The following quadratic equation describes the average random access
memory (RAM) installed, , in Gigabytes, on PCs t years after 2000.
= 0.0222 + 0.25
a. Find the

TONY BRIGGS
ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS AND REAL NUMBERS
School of Electronics Technology
1. 24x -180 ; x = 20
24 * 20 180
480 180 = 300
2. 5 * 6.02 * 10^3
30.10 * 10^3 = 30100
3. a.) Today we use scientific notation for everything from calculating the size
of