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# College Algebra Exam 2 Study Guide MAC1105

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COURSE
College Algebra
PROF.
Mr. Rothstein
TYPE
Study Guide
PAGES
5
WORDS
CONCEPTS
Algebra, domain, range, functions, Graphing Functions
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Date Created: 10/08/16
Exam 2 Study Guide 1.6 • Know the following... • Finding the domain of functions This has division so exclude values of x that would make the denominator to be zero All three of these functions has a square root. The expression under the radical, x, must be nonnegative. This function has division, so the value that makes x-7 be equal to zero must be out of the domain. Find this value by making the denominator = 0 and solving for x. • Know the following... • Let f(x) = and g(x) = . Evaluate First put 1 in for the g equation Then put the -1 into the f equation 1.5 • Know how to describe transformations Shift four units up Shift 2 units down Shift 1 unit to the left Shift 2 units to the right Reﬂection in x-axis Reﬂection in y-axis • Know all the basic graphs of functions (square, square root, cube, a solute value) • Use transformations to graph a functions • When graphing functions, always make sure to start with the basic graph of the function before using the transformations • Write the function whose graph is and reﬂected about the x-axis 1.7 • Know how to use the horizontal line test to determine whether a function is one-to-one • Know how to ﬁnd the inverse of a function • Determine whether a pair of functions are inverses of each other (**when each function is evaluated and both have the same answers, they are inverses**) • Draw the graph of an inverse function (**the inverse reﬂects over the diagonal line y=x**) • Determine whether a function if one-to-one (**graph the function given and then use the horizontal line test**) • Find a formula for the inverse of f 1. Replace f(x) for y 2. Switch x and y 4. Replace y with • Find the inverse of a function and ﬁnd domain and range of function and its inverse 2.1 • Find the x-coordinates of the vertex of a parabola • Select the graph of a function and a quadratic function • Find the quadratic function given the vertex and passes through a point in standard form • Graphing functions • Determine whether the graph of a quadratic function opens up or down, ﬁnd the vertex, ﬁnd the axis of symmetry, ﬁnd the x and y intercepts, and graph it • Determine if quadratic function has a maximum or minimum value and ﬁnd the value • Find the solution of the inequality from the graph

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