Math 120 Study Guide
Math 120 Study Guide MATH 102 004
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Math 120 Study Guide Chapter 8&9 Order of Operations: P Parenthesis E Exponents M&D Multiplication/Division (whichever one you see first) A&S Addition/Subtraction (whichever one you see first) Chapter 8: Graphs, Relations, and Functions Difference between a “relation” and a “function”? A relation is a set of ordered pairs. For example: let A= (a,1), (b,2),(c,3) We can describe a relation by: A mapping, an ordered pair, a chart, a rule/an equation, a graph. Domain of a relation set of first elements (inputs) Domain of Set A= (a, b, c) Domain of Set B= ( ann, bob, nina, dan) The range of a relation set of second elements (outputs) Range of A= (1, 2, 3) Range of B= (18,22,19) Interval Notation a function is a special relation To test if a graph is of a function, we use the vertical line t st. 8.6 Math Notes Solving an inequality: When you multiply/divide by a negative switch the sign Intersection A [upside down u] means “and” Set of all elements that belong to both set A and set B, the elements they share Union A U B means “or” Set of all elements that are in set A or in set B or in both, what do they share. Properties of Square Roots For all positive real numbers a and b, That is, the square root of the product is the same as the product of the square roots. For all positive real numbers a and b, b ≠ 0: The square root of the quotient is the same as the quotient of the square roots. Chapter 9: Rules of Roots & Radicals Perfect Squares: 1 4 9 16 25 36 49 64 81 100 Etc. Simplifying radicals use “circle” method or “perfect square” method.
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