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Precalculus I

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Precalculus I MA 107

Braeden Lind
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Elizabeth Dempster

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Test 2 Material for Math 107 The test will focus on the material since the last test but you need to know all the material from the beginning as it applies to these modules Module 7 Quadratic Functions Module 8 Polynomial Functions Module 9 Rational Functions Module 10 Compositions of Functions Module 11 Inverse Functions Regions bounded by Curves Go over examples from class examples in the moodle try its and the webassign homework problems Here are more practice problems for you to work I ll send answers later 1 N E 4 V39 0 gt1 9 Use the method of completing the square to find the vertex of the following parabola show the completed square form ofthe function 3X2 3X 7 Use the vertex formula method to find the vertex of the following parabola fx 4x2 16x 3 State the range of x2 6x 2 also for this fx find the xvalues in the domain for which the function equals 3 Find the equation for a quadratic function that opens up has vertex 23 and goes through the point l 5 The temperature Tt in degrees Fahrenheit during the day can be modeled by the equation Tt 7t2 94t 593 where t is the number of hours after 600am a At what time is the temperature a maximum round to the nearest minute b What is the maximum temperature Round to the nearest degree A veterinarian uses 600 feet of chainlink fencing to enclose a rectangular region and also subdivide the region into two smaller rectangular regions by placing a fence parallel to one of the sides Find the dimensions that will produce the greatest enclosed area Be sure to draw a figure and label the sides State the degree of the following polynomial state all the zeros and the multiplicity of each What does the multiplicity of the zero tell you about the graph s shape at the particular zero What is the long term behavior of the graph Sketch the graph Px x 52x 23x 4 Follow the same directions in 6 for this function Gx x 43 C2 92 9 Find the horizontal asymptotes of each rational function Ifthere is not a horizontal asymptote just write 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