Algebra And Trig I
Algebra And Trig I MA 153
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1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 4 4 Reading Questions for Section 55 and Ch 5 Tools Name 22 PtS Due 1 Work through Example 1 of Section 55 by graphing both fx x2 and gx 2x 12 3 on your grapher in an appropriate viewing window Knowing what you do from Sections 5153 complete the blanks choosing from the set of words up down left right The graph of gx is obtained from the function x by shifting the graph of x 1 unit followed by stretching it vertically by 2 followed by re ecting it vertically followed by shifting it 3 units N Write the function gx in Example 1 of Section 55 in standard form gx 3 The standard form for a quadratic function makes it easy to identify the vertical or y intercept A True B False 4 What is the vertical intercept of the function gx in Example 1 of Section 55 7 7 5 If a gt 0 then the graph of the parabola y iaxz opens A downward B upward C to the left D to the right 6 Which of these forms for a quadratic function make it easiest to identify the zeros A standard form B vertex form C xintercept form D factored form E None of these 7 How does the text convert a quadratic function from vertex form to standard form A by completing the square B by performing a series of shift transformations and either a vertical stretch or a vertical compression C by multiplying out the squared term and combining like terms D by applying the quadratic formula or factoring the expression 8 How does the text convert a quadratic function from standard form to vertex form A by completing the square B by performing a series of shift transformations and either a vertical stretch or a vertical compression C by multiplying out the squared term and combining like terms D by applying the quadratic formula or factoring the expression 9 Convert the formula for the parabola in Example 4 to standard form x ax2 bx c Report the values of a b and c a b and c 10 Consider the parabolay 2x71x73 in Example 4 a What is the equation of the axis of symmetry x 7 b What is the xcoordinate of the vertex Hint Observe the symmetry c What is the ycoordinate of the vertex Hint You have the equation d Convert the formula for the parabola in Example 4 to vertex form by using a shift transformation of y 2x2 similar to Example 1 y 11 Match the following quadratic functions to their vertex point i xx271 01 7uxx2l B 10 7vxx 12 C 071 7wxx7 12 D 710 12 If y x2 bx c then to complete the square you add and subtract which one of the following values A 132 B bc 0 1322 D J 2 E None ofthese
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