Math 116 - Homework Assignments
This sheet is to be completed and submitted with your homework at the beginning of class on the day of
the exams. Instructions for grading follow the assignments.
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LAW OF AGENCY - RELE 2301 & RELE 2002
INSTRUCTOR: PETE GLOVER
SECTION: 001 & 101
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INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION
Instructor
Pete Glover
Office
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1.2 - Lines in the Plane
Slope of a Line
The slope is represented by the letter m.
The slope of a non-vertical line is defined several ways. It is the rise over the
run. It is the change in y over the
2.1 - Linear Equations and Modeling
Definitions
Equation
A statement that two expressions are equal
Solutions
Values which make the equation true
Identity
An equation which is true for every real numb
2.6 - Exploring Data: Linear Models and
Scatter Plots
This section ties in heavily with the notes for a statistics class. In particular,
look at the Introduction to Statistics and Lists on the TI82 an
2.5 - Solving Inequalities Algebraically
and Graphically
Linear Inequalities
When solving a linear inequality, treat it just like you were solving an equation
with a few exceptions.
1.
When you multip
2.2 - Solving Equations Graphically
Intercepts
x-intercept
The x-intercept is the point where the graph of an equation crosses the
x-axis. The x-intercept can be found by substituting y=0 into the
equ
2.3 - Complex Numbers
Imaginary number, i
The square of no real number can be negative. That, however, leaves certain
equations (like x2+1=0) with no real solution. We mathematicians don't like
things
2.4 - Solving Equations Algebraically
Quadratic Equations
A quadratic equation is an equation that can be written as Ax2 + Bx + C = 0
where A0. This form is called the standard form.
There are four wa
1.1 - Graphs and Graphing Utilities
TI-82
There are several kinds of graphs that the TI-82 or TI-83 will do, but they are
accessed from the same key. The [y=] key and the [2nd] [y=] or [StatPlot] key.
1.7 - Inverse Functions
Notation
The inverse of the function f is denoted by f -1 (if your browser doesn't support
superscripts, that is looks like f with an exponent of -1) and is pronounced "f
inver
1.3 - Functions
Definitions
Relation
A rule that associates a value in the domain with a value in the range.
Function
A function is a relation (rule) that assigns each element in the domain to
exactly
1.6 - Combinations of Functions
Arithmetic Combinations of Functions
The sum, difference, product, or quotient of functions can be found easily.
Sum
(f + g)(x) = f(x) + g(x)
Difference
(f - g)(x) = f(
Graphing
Math 116 - College Algebra
Recreate the following documents. Use Word or WordPerfect to type the document and
Winplot to create the graphs. Copy and paste the graphs from Winplot into Word an
1.5 - Shifting, Reflecting, and Stretching
Graphs
Definitions
Abscissa
The x-coordinate
Ordinate
The y-coordinate
Shift
A translation in which the size and shape of a graph of a function is not
change
1.4 - Graphs of Functions
Definitions
These definitions are mathematically loose (that means a mathematician
would pull his or her hair out but a normal person might understand them).
Graph of a funct
Instructions to locate a companys annual filing.
Step 1: Go to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Link: www.sec.gov
Step 2: Click on the link under the search box labeled COMPANY FILINGS
Ste