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MAT 109, Chapter 5 Study Guide

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MAT 109 Precalculus Mathematics 1 Chapter 5 Study Guide Notes L. Sterling September 9th, 2016 Abstract Provide a generalization to each of the key terms listed in this section. 1 Factor Theorem First o▯, let f be a polynomial function. Since x ▯ c is a factor of f(x) i▯ [if and only if] f(c) be equaled to 0. ▯ If f(c) = 0, then x ▯ c would be a f(x)s factor. ▯ If x ▯ c would be a f(x)s factor, then f(c) = 0. 2 Intermediate Value Theorem This is denoting f to be a polynomial function while if both a < b with f(a) and f(b) being the opposite sign, then theres fs at least one actual [real] zero between for a and b. 1 3 Polynomial Function f (x) = a x + a xn▯1 + ::: + a x + a n n▯1 1 0 an 6= 0 Domain : All Real Numbers At Most [Turning Points] : n ▯ 1 n End Behavior : y = n x for jxj 4 Power Function x 4.1 f (x) = n ; n ▯ 2 Domain : All Real Numbers Range Nonnegative Real Numbers Function : Even Passing Points : (▯1; 1); (0; 0); (1; 1) Increasing : (0; 1) Decreasing : (▯1; 0) 4.2 f (x) = n ; n ▯ 3 Domain : All Real Numbers Range All Real Numbers 2 Function : Odd Passing Points : (▯1; ▯1); (0; 0); (1; 1) Increasing : (▯1; 1) Decreasing : None 5 Rational Function p : Polynomial Functions q : Polynomial Functions q : Not a Zero Polynomial p(x) R(x) = q (x) Domain : fx j q (x) 6 0g 6 Rational Zeros Theorem Since you are letting f is a polynomial function of degree 1 or any higher in the following form that note that each coe▯cient is an integer: n n▯1 f (x) = n x + a n▯1x + ::: +1a x +0a an 6= 0 a0 6= 0 3 p If you haveq[a rational zero of f] in its lowest terms, then you would have p being an a factor0a with q being a factornof a . 7 Real Zero of a Polynomial Function Real Numbers : f (x) = 0 Real Zeros : X ▯ Intercepts 8 Remainder Theorem First o▯, let f be a polynomial function. Since f(x) is the dividend, if f(x) is f(x) being divided by x ▯ c, which would look lx▯c, then the remainder would technically be f(c). 4


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