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Class Note for MATH 112 with Professor Macmillan at UA

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Date Created: 02/06/15
Math 112 College Algebra MacMillan Notes for Week 8 1321 1 Test 2 is this Friday March 6th The test will cover sections 15 16 21 and 22 Bring the Workbook to class on Wednesday for our in class review session Don t forget your graphing calculator 2 If you are unable to attend class the day of a test you need to contact me immediately to make arrangements to make it up Do not wait for the next class period It should be made up by then 3 Monday March 9th is the last day to withdraw from a class with a W Day Practice Problems Problems To Turn In 1 Worksheet Applications of 1 Worksheet Applications of Monday Quadratic Functions Quadratic Functions 3 4 Wednesda 239 FiniSh workbOOk PrOblemS 2 Complete Review Worksheet for y 3 Complete Studying for Test 2 Test 2 Friday 4 None 3 Three review problems below Review Problems 1 The width of a rectangle is 50 of its length Express the perimeter of the rectangle as function of the width 2 For the following two problems use the partial table of values shown below X 3 2 1 1 2 3 fx 6 5 0 a Complete the table above so that fx is an function b Complete the table above so that fx is an even function 3 The basic function y 1x is shifted to the left 2 units vertically stretched by a factor of 4 and shifted down 5 units Write the equation of this function

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