MATH 1110 EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE and practice questions
MATH 1110 EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE and practice questions Math 1110
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MATH 1110 EXAM 2 REVIEW 1. Let g(w) = (12 –w) – (w – 1) . 3 Evaluate the following. Simplify when possible. a. G(5) b. G(x +1) c. 2G(a) -5 2. Given that h(x) = 3x – x , determine which of the following expressions (if any) are equivalent. Justify claims of equivalence and claims of nonequivalence. a. h(3x) b. 3h(x) c. 3h(x) – 6x 2 3. Find an equation of the line that passes through the point (3, 6) and is parallel to the line 2x + 5y = 90. 4. Determine the equation for the given vertical line that passes through ( -3, 8). Then graph it. 5. A clinical dietitian can estimate the ideal body weight w(h), in pounds, for men using the function w(h) = 154 + 6(h-68) where h is the height in inches. a. What is the practical meaning of the constants 154 and 68? b. Solve w(h) = 178 and then provide the practical meaning of your answer. 6. Solve: 4 = (3x-4) 2/3
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