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## MAT 109 Chapter 4 Study Guide

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# MAT 109 Chapter 4 Study Guide MAT 109

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Precalculus Mathematics 1
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Dr. Singh
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Precalculus
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MAT 109 PreCalculus Mathematics 1 Chapter 4 Study Guide Notes L. Sterling August 31st, 2016 Abstract Provide a generalization to each of the key terms listed in this section. 1 Linear Function Any function in the form of the following: f(x) = mx + b Slope : m Average Rate of Change : m Y ▯ Intercept : b 2 Linear Function’s Average Rate of Change ▯y f(x ) ▯ f(x ) m = = 2 1 ▯x x2▯ x1 3 Nonlinear Function Any function that are not linear. 4 Properties of a Quadratic Function’s Graph f(x) = ax + bx + c a 6= 0 b b V ertex : (▯;f(▯ )) 2a 2a AxisSymmetry: x = ▯b 2a 1 Y ▯ Intercept : f (0) = c OpensUp : a > 0 ! V ertex : Mipoint Opens Down : a < 0 ! V ertex : Mapoint 5 Quadratic Function’s X-Intercepts 5.1 Less Than 0 2 f(x) = ax + bx + c would have only two distinct x-intercepts if the following happens: 2 b ▯ 4ac < 0 5.2 Greater Than 0 2 f(x) = ax + bx + c would have only no distinct x-intercepts if the following happens: 2 b ▯ 4ac > 0 5.3 Equal To 0 2 f(x) = ax + bx + c would have only one distinct x-intercept (at its vertex) if the following happens: 2 b ▯ 4ac = 0 2

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