 1.1.4.S1: Solve the equations in Exercises S1S5. 5 = 21
 1.1.1.S1: In Exercises S1S4, simplify each expression. + 12
 1.1.4.1: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Slope 4 and...
 1.1.1.1: In Exercises 12, write the relationship using function notation (th...
 1.1.5.S1: In Exercises S1S6, solve the equations simultaneously if possible. ...
 1.1.2.S1: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 4632
 1.1.5.1: Without using a calculator, match the equations (a) (f) to the grap...
 1.1.2.1: In Exercises 14, on what intervals is the function increasing? Decr...
 1.1.6.1: In 16, is the given value of reasonable? Give a reason for your ans...
 1.1.3.S1: In Exercises S1S2, find (0) and (3). . () = 23 + 5
 1.1.3.1: In Exercises 13, which line has the greater (a) Slope? (b) interce...
 1.1: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 3 = 15
 1.1.1.S2: In Exercises S1S4, simplify each expression. + 0.07 + 0.02
 1.1.4.S2: Solve the equations in Exercises S1S5. 2 5 = 13
 1.1.4.2: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Slope 3 and...
 1.1.1.2: In Exercises 12, write the relationship using function notation (th...
 1.1.5.S2: In Exercises S1S6, solve the equations simultaneously if possible. ...
 1.1.2.S2: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 1322 (3)2
 1.1.5.2: Without a calculator, match the equations (a)(g) to the graphs (I)(...
 1.1.2.2: In Exercises 14, on what intervals is the function increasing? Decr...
 1.1.6.2: In 16, is the given value of reasonable? Give a reason for your ans...
 1.1.3.S2: In Exercises S1S2, find (0) and (3). () = 17 4
 1.1.3.2: In Exercises 13, which line has the greater (a) Slope? (b) interce...
 1.2: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 2 = 12
 1.1.4.S3: Solve the equations in Exercises S1S5. 2 5=4 9
 1.1.1.S3: In Exercises S1S4, simplify each expression. 22 + 2 2
 1.1.4.3: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Passes thro...
 1.1.1.3: In Exercises 36, label the axes for a sketch to illustrate the give...
 1.1.5.S3: In Exercises S1S6, solve the equations simultaneously if possible. ...
 1.1.2.S3: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 3 (9)1 2
 1.1.5.3: Figure 1.48 gives lines , , , , and . Without a calculator, match e...
 1.1.2.3: In Exercises 14, on what intervals is the function increasing? Decr...
 1.1.6.3: In 16, is the given value of reasonable? Give a reason for your ans...
 1.1.3.S3: In Exercises S3S4, find (2) (0). . 0 1 2 3() 2 0 3 4
 1.1.3.3: In Exercises 13, which line has the greater (a) Slope? (b) interce...
 1.3: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 4 = 22
 1.1.4.S4: Solve the equations in Exercises S1S5. 17 28 = 13 + 24
 1.1.1.S4: In Exercises S1S4, simplify each expression. 12 26
 1.1.4.4: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Slope 23 an...
 1.1.1.4: In Exercises 36, label the axes for a sketch to illustrate the give...
 1.1.5.S4: In Exercises S1S6, solve the equations simultaneously if possible. ...
 1.1.2.S4: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. (1 32) (1 42)34
 1.1.5.4: Without a calculator, match the following functions to the lines in...
 1.1.2.4: In Exercises 14, on what intervals is the function increasing? Decr...
 1.1.6.4: In 16, is the given value of reasonable? Give a reason for your ans...
 1.1.3.S4: In Exercises S3S4, find (2) (0). . 1 0 1 2() 0 2 7 1
 1.1.3.4: In Exercises 49, could the data represent a linear function? If so,...
 1.4: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. + 3 = 10
 1.1.4.S5: Solve the equations in Exercises S1S5. 53( + 2) = 12
 1.1.1.S5: In Exercises S5S8, find the value of the expressions for the given ...
 1.1.4.5: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Has interc...
 1.1.1.5: In Exercises 36, label the axes for a sketch to illustrate the give...
 1.1.5.S5: In Exercises S1S6, solve the equations simultaneously if possible. ...
 1.1.2.S5: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 2 (4)2 (12 (52))4 5
 1.1.5.5: Without a calculator, match the systems of inequalities (a)(d) to t...
 1.1.2.5: Table 1.10 on page 10 gives the annual sales (in millions) of smart...
 1.1.6.5: In 16, is the given value of reasonable? Give a reason for your ans...
 1.1.3.S5: In Exercises S5S6, find the coordinates of the and intercepts. = 4 + 3
 1.1.3.5: In Exercises 49, could the data represent a linear function? If so,...
 1.5: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 23 = 34
 1.1.4.S6: In Exercises S6S10, solve for the indicated variable. = , for
 1.1.1.S6: In Exercises S5S8, find the value of the expressions for the given ...
 1.1.4.6: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Slope 0.1, ...
 1.1.1.6: In Exercises 36, label the axes for a sketch to illustrate the give...
 1.1.5.S6: In Exercises S1S6, solve the equations simultaneously if possible. ...
 1.1.2.S6: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 2( + ) 3( )
 1.1.5.6: Sketch five different functions in the family = 2 for < 0.
 1.1.2.6: Table 1.10 on page 10 shows that feature phone sales are a function...
 1.1.6.6: In 16, is the given value of reasonable? Give a reason for your ans...
 1.1.3.S6: In Exercises S5S6, find the coordinates of the and intercepts. 5 2 = 4
 1.1.3.6: In Exercises 49, could the data represent a linear function? If so,...
 1.6: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 73 = 14
 1.1.4.S7: In Exercises S6S10, solve for the indicated variable. = 59( 32), for .
 1.1.1.S7: In Exercises S5S8, find the value of the expressions for the given ...
 1.1.4.7: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Function ha...
 1.1.1.7: Figure 1.4 gives the depth of the water at Montauk Point, New York,...
 1.1.5.S7: Determine the points of intersection for Exercises S7S8. = =3
 1.1.2.S7: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 2 (2 + )2
 1.1.5.7: Estimate the slope of the line in Figure 1.50 and find an approxima...
 1.1.2.7: In 2007, you have 40 songs in your favorite iTunes playlist. In 201...
 1.1.6.7: Match the values with scatter plots in Figure 1.62. = 0.98, = 0.5, ...
 1.1.3.S7: For each of the linear expressions in in Exercises S7S10, give the ...
 1.1.3.7: In Exercises 49, could the data represent a linear function? If so,...
 1.7: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 13 + 2 = 47
 1.1.4.S8: In Exercises S6S10, solve for the indicated variable. = 2, for .
 1.1.1.S8: In Exercises S5S8, find the value of the expressions for the given ...
 1.1.4.8: Find formulas for the linear functions in Exercises 18. Function ha...
 1.1.1.8: Using Table 1.4, graph = (), the number of gallons of paint needed ...
 1.1.5.S8: Determine the points of intersection for Exercises S7S8. 5 = 12 + 4
 1.1.2.S8: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 42 ( )2
 1.1.5.8: Find the equation of the line 2 in Figure 1.52. (0, 2) = 2 + 1 Figu...
 1.1.2.8: Table 1.12 gives the populations of two cities (in thousands) over ...
 1.1.6.8: Table 1.37 shows the number of calories burned per minute by a pers...
 1.1.3.S8: For each of the linear expressions in in Exercises S7S10, give the ...
 1.1.3.8: In Exercises 49, could the data represent a linear function? If so,...
 1.8: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 0.5 3=7
 1.1.4.S9: In Exercises S6S10, solve for the indicated variable. + = , for .
 1.1.1.S9: The figures in Exercises S9S10 are parallelograms. Find the coordin...
 1.1.4.9: Exercises 915 give data from a linear function. Find a formula for ...
 1.1.1.9: Use Figure 1.5 to fill in the missing values: (a) (0) =? (b) (?) = ...
 1.1.2.S9: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 2 34 (2 34)
 1.1.5.9: Line in Figure 1.51 is parallel to the line = 2 + 1. Find the coord...
 1.1.2.9: Figure 1.16 shows distance traveled as a function of time. (a) Find...
 1.1.6.9: The manager of a small nature park found the regression line for th...
 1.1.3.S9: For each of the linear expressions in in Exercises S7S10, give the ...
 1.1.3.9: In Exercises 49, could the data represent a linear function? If so,...
 1.9: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 3 2( 1)3= 4
 1.1.4.S10: In Exercises S6S10, solve for the indicated variable. = + , for
 1.1.1.S10: The figures in Exercises S9S10 are parallelograms. Find the coordin...
 1.1.4.10: Exercises 915 give data from a linear function. Find a formula for ...
 1.1.1.10: Use Table 1.5 to fill in the missing values. (There may be more tha...
 1.1.2.S10: In Exercises S1S10, simplify each expression. 2( + )2 22( + )
 1.1.5.10: The cost of a Frigbox refrigerator is $950, and it depreciates $50 ...
 1.1.2.10: Exercises 1014 use Figure 1.17. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figur...
 1.1.6.10: An ecologist tracked 290 topi that were born in 2004. The number of...
 1.1.3.S10: For each of the linear expressions in in Exercises S7S10, give the ...
 1.1.3.10: In Exercises 1013, identify the vertical intercept and the slope, a...
 1.10: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 2( + 5) 3 = 3( 8) + 21
 1.1.4.11: Exercises 915 give data from a linear function. Find a formula for ...
 1.1.1.11: Exercises 1114 use Figure 1.6. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figure...
 1.1.5.11: You need to rent a car and compare the charges of three different c...
 1.1.2.11: Exercises 1014 use Figure 1.17. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figur...
 1.1.6.11: Students in a chemistry lab are measuring the volume and mass of sa...
 1.1.3.11: In Exercises 1013, identify the vertical intercept and the slope, a...
 1.11: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 4[ 3(1 )] = 42
 1.1.4.12: Exercises 915 give data from a linear function. Find a formula for ...
 1.1.1.12: Exercises 1114 use Figure 1.6. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figure...
 1.1.5.12: A dog requires 1300 calories per day. A cup of dry dog food has 350...
 1.1.2.12: Exercises 1014 use Figure 1.17. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figur...
 1.1.6.12: The rate of oxygen consumption, in microliters per gram per hour, f...
 1.1.3.12: In Exercises 1013, identify the vertical intercept and the slope, a...
 1.12: Solve the equations in Exercises 112. 1.06 0.01(248.4 ) = 22.67
 1.1.4.13: Exercises 915 give data from a linear function. Find a formula for ...
 1.1.1.13: Exercises 1114 use Figure 1.6. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figure...
 1.1.5.13: Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is often used as a measure of int...
 1.1.2.13: Exercises 1014 use Figure 1.17. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figur...
 1.1.6.13: Table 1.42 gives the data on hand strength collected from college f...
 1.1.3.13: In Exercises 1013, identify the vertical intercept and the slope, a...
 1.13: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. = , for .
 1.1.4.14: Exercises 915 give data from a linear function. Find a formula for ...
 1.1.1.14: Exercises 1114 use Figure 1.6. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figure...
 1.1.5.14: For a 180pound man, blood alcohol concentration (BAC) decreases li...
 1.1.2.14: Exercises 1014 use Figure 1.17. 2.2 6 4 8 .2 6 .15 .9 2.9 4.9 Figur...
 1.1.6.14: Table 1.43 shows mens and womens world records for swimming distanc...
 1.1.3.14: Table 1.25 shows the cost , in dollars, of selling cups of coffee p...
 1.14: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. = 0 +2, for .
 1.1.4.15: Exercises 915 give data from a linear function. Find a formula for ...
 1.1.1.15: (a) You are going to graph = (). Which variable goes on the horizon...
 1.1.5.15: A cars fuel economy is 30 mpg. A warning light is displayed if the ...
 1.1.2.15: If is a decreasing function, what can you say about (2) compared to...
 1.1.3.15: Table 1.26 gives the proposed fine = () to be imposed on a motorist...
 1.15: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. = 0 +122, for .
 1.1.4.16: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.16: In Exercises 1619 a relationship is given between two quantities. A...
 1.1.5.16: Broadway Cabs and City Cars are two competing taxi companies in a s...
 1.1.2.16: If is an increasing function, what can you say about (3) (1)?
 1.1.3.16: In 2003, the number, , of cases of SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory S...
 1.16: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. 3 +1=2 5, for .
 1.1.4.17: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.17: In Exercises 1619 a relationship is given between two quantities. A...
 1.1.5.17: Assume , , are constants with 0, 0. Consider the equation + = . (a)...
 1.1.2.17: Figure 1.18 shows the percent of the side of the moon toward the ea...
 1.1.3.17: A new Toyota RAV4 costs $23,500. The cars value depreciates linearl...
 1.17: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. ( + 2) + ( 3) ...
 1.1.4.18: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.18: In Exercises 1619 a relationship is given between two quantities. A...
 1.1.5.18: Fill in the missing coordinates for the points in the following fig...
 1.1.2.18: Figure 1.19 gives the population of two different towns over a 50y...
 1.1.3.18: In 2012, the population of a town was 21,510 and growing by 63 peop...
 1.18: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. = 1 , for .
 1.1.4.19: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.19: In Exercises 1619 a relationship is given between two quantities. A...
 1.1.5.19: Fill in the missing coordinates in Figure 1.55. Write an equation f...
 1.1.2.19: (a) What is the average rate of change of ()=2 3 between the points...
 1.1.3.19: A flight costs $10,000 to operate, regardless of the number of pass...
 1.19: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. + + = 0, for .
 1.1.4.20: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.20: In Exercises 2025, could the graph represent as a function of ?
 1.1.5.20: Using the window 10 10, 10 10, graph = , = 10, = 100, and = 1000. (...
 1.1.2.20: (a) Let () = 16 2. Compute each of the following expressions, and i...
 1.1.3.20: Owners of an inactive quarry in Australia have decided to resume pr...
 1.20: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. (1 2)= 3, for .
 1.1.4.21: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.21: In Exercises 2025, could the graph represent as a function of ?
 1.1.5.21: Graph = + 1, = + 10, and = + 100 in the window 10 10, 10 10. (a) Ex...
 1.1.2.21: Imagine you constructed a list of the world record times for a part...
 1.1.3.21: In each case, graph a linear function with the given rate of change...
 1.21: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. . 2 + 2 = 4, f...
 1.1.4.22: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.22: In Exercises 2025, could the graph represent as a function of ?
 1.1.5.22: The graphical interpretation of the slope is that it shows steepnes...
 1.1.2.22: The function = () gives the population of a town, in thousands, aft...
 1.1.3.22: A small caf sells coffee for $3.50 per cup. On average, it costs th...
 1.22: In Exercises 1322, solve for the indicated variable. 2 ( + )+2 = 0,...
 1.1.4.23: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.23: In Exercises 2025, could the graph represent as a function of ?
 1.1.5.23: A circle of radius 2 is centered at the origin and goes through the...
 1.1.2.23: The most freakish change in temperature ever recorded was from 4F t...
 1.1.3.23: Table 1.27 gives the area and perimeter of a square as a function o...
 1.23: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 800 + 3 < 500 + 5
 1.1.4.24: In Exercises 1624, if possible rewrite the equation in slopeinterce...
 1.1.1.24: In Exercises 2025, could the graph represent as a function of ?
 1.1.5.24: Find an equation for the altitude through point of the triangle , w...
 1.1.2.24: You have zero dollars now and the average rate of change in your ne...
 1.1.3.24: Make two tables, one comparing the radius of a circle to its area, ...
 1.24: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 7 2 > 3 + 5
 1.1.4.25: In Exercises 2530, is the function linear? If so, rewrite it in slo...
 1.1.1.25: In Exercises 2025, could the graph represent as a function of ?
 1.1.5.25: Two lines are given by = 1 + 1 and = 2 + 2, where 1, 2, 1, and 2 ar...
 1.1.2.25: The surface of the sun has dark areas known as sunspots, that are c...
 1.1.3.25: Sri Lanka is an island that experienced approximately linear popula...
 1.25: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 32.1 < 50.1
 1.1.4.26: In Exercises 2530, is the function linear? If so, rewrite it in slo...
 1.1.1.26: At the end of a semester, students math grades are listed in a tabl...
 1.1.5.26: In 2627, what is true about the constant in the following linear eq...
 1.1.2.26: Table 1.13 shows the number of calories used per minute as a functi...
 1.1.3.26: . Table 1.29 gives the average temperature, , at a depth , in a bor...
 1.26: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 40.2 11 + 0.3
 1.1.4.27: In Exercises 2530, is the function linear? If so, rewrite it in slo...
 1.1.1.27: A persons blood sugar level at a particular time of the day is part...
 1.1.5.27: In 2627, what is true about the constant in the following linear eq...
 1.1.2.27: Because scientists know how much carbon14 a living organism should...
 1.1.3.27: Table ?? gives the temperaturedepth profile, = (), in a borehole i...
 1.27: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 12 9 7 14
 1.1.4.28: In Exercises 2530, is the function linear? If so, rewrite it in slo...
 1.1.1.28: When a parachutist jumps out of a plane, the speed of her fall incr...
 1.1.5.28: A theater manager graphed weekly profits as a function of the numbe...
 1.1.2.28: Figure 1.22 shows the graph of the function (). (a) Estimate (4) (0...
 1.1.3.28: A company finds that there is a linear relationship between the amo...
 1.28: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 2 6+5.32
 1.1.4.29: In Exercises 2530, is the function linear? If so, rewrite it in slo...
 1.1.1.29: A buzzard is circling high overhead when it spies some road kill. I...
 1.1.5.29: In economics, the demand for a product is the amount of that produc...
 1.1.2.29: Find the average rate of change of ()=32+1 between the points (a) (...
 1.1.3.29: Tuition cost (in dollars) for parttime students at Stonewall Colle...
 1.29: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 1+0.02 0.001
 1.30: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 3(5 ) > 4( 3)
 1.1.4.30: In Exercises 2530, is the function linear? If so, rewrite it in slo...
 1.1.1.30: Table 1.6 gives the ranking for three different names Hannah, Alexi...
 1.1.5.30: In economics, the supply of a product is the quantity of that produ...
 1.1.2.30: A water company employee measured the water level (in centimeters) ...
 1.1.3.30: The summit of Africas largest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, consists of th...
 1.31: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 0.5( 4) < 0.3( 7)
 1.1.4.31: In Exercises 3136, are the lines perpendicular? Parallel? Neither? ...
 1.1.1.31: Table 1.6 gives information about the popularity of the names Hanna...
 1.1.5.31: When economists graph demand or supply equations, they place quanti...
 1.1.2.31: Table 1.15 gives the amount of garbage, , in millions of tons, prod...
 1.1.3.31: When each of the following equations are written in the form = + , ...
 1.32: In Exercises 2332, solve the inequalities. 5( + 0.2) 3
 1.1.4.32: In Exercises 3136, are the lines perpendicular? Parallel? Neither? ...
 1.1.1.32: Figure 1.7 shows the fuel consumption (in miles per gallon, mpg) of...
 1.1.5.32: The cholesterol ratio28 is used by many doctors to measure the quan...
 1.1.2.32: Table 1.16 shows the times, , in sec, achieved every 10 meters by C...
 1.1.3.32: Graph the following function in the window 10 10, 10 10. Is this gr...
 1.1.3.33: Graph = 2 + 400 using the window 10 10, 10 10. Describe what happen...
 1.33: Solve for in the inequality > + 3. Assume and are constants where (...
 1.1.4.33: In Exercises 3136, are the lines perpendicular? Parallel? Neither? ...
 1.1.1.33: Match each story about a bike ride to one of the graphs (i)(v), whe...
 1.1.3.34: Graph = 200 + 4 using the window 10 10, 10 10. Describe what happen...
 1.34: In 3436 solve the inequality for . Assume and are constants, and < ...
 1.1.4.34: In Exercises 3136, are the lines perpendicular? Parallel? Neither? ...
 1.1.1.34: Figure 1.8 shows the mass of water in air, in grams of water per ki...
 1.1.3.35: Figure 1.28 shows the graph of = 21000 + 5 in the window 10 10, 10 ...
 1.35: In 3436 solve the inequality for . Assume and are constants, and < ...
 1.1.4.35: In Exercises 3136, are the lines perpendicular? Parallel? Neither? ...
 1.1.1.35: Let () be the number of people, in millions, who own cell phones ye...
 1.1.3.36: The cost of a cab ride is given by the function = 2.50 + 2, where i...
 1.36: In 3436 solve the inequality for . Assume and are constants, and < ...
 1.1.4.36: In Exercises 3136, are the lines perpendicular? Parallel? Neither? ...
 1.1.1.36: (a) Ten inches of snow is equivalent to about one inch of rain.3 Wr...
 1.37: In Exercises 3741, solve the systems of equations for and { 3 2 = 6...
 1.1.4.37: Find formulas for the linear functions in 3740. The graph of contai...
 1.1.1.37: An 8foottall cylindrical water tank has a base of diameter 6 feet...
 1.38: In Exercises 3741, solve the systems of equations for and { = 7 94 ...
 1.1.4.38: Find formulas for the linear functions in 3740. (100) = 2000 and (4...
 1.1.1.38: Table 1.7 gives = (), the amount of money in bills of denomination ...
 1.39: In Exercises 3741, solve the systems of equations for and { 2 + 3 =...
 1.1.4.39: Find formulas for the linear functions in 3740. = () gives the size...
 1.1.1.39: Table 1.8 shows the daily low temperature for a oneweek period in ...
 1.40: In Exercises 3741, solve the systems of equations for and { 3 = 172...
 1.1.4.40: Find formulas for the linear functions in 3740. The graph of inters...
 1.1.1.40: Use the data from Table 1.3 on page 5. (a) Plot on the vertical axi...
 1.41: In Exercises 3741, solve the systems of equations for and { + = 2 +...
 1.1.4.41: (a) By hand, graph = 3 and = 3. (b) Can the equations in part (a) b...
 1.1.1.41: Since Roger Bannister broke the 4minute mile on May 6, 1954, the r...
 1.42: Determine the points of intersection for Exercises 4243. = + 12 + 3...
 1.1.4.42: Find the equation of the line parallel to 3 + 5 = 6 and passing thr...
 1.1.1.42: The sales tax on an item is 6%. Express the total cost, , in terms ...
 1.43: Determine the points of intersection for Exercises 4243. = 22 + = 12
 1.1.4.43: Find the equation of the line passing through the point (2, 1) and ...
 1.1.1.43: A price increases 5% due to inflation and is then reduced 10% for a...
 1.44: In Exercises 4449, find the point of intersection of the given line...
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Angular speed
Speed of rotation, typically measured in radians or revolutions per unit time

Cycloid
The graph of the parametric equations

Degree of a polynomial (function)
The largest exponent on the variable in any of the terms of the polynomial (function)

Division
a b = aa 1 b b, b Z 0

Doubleangle identity
An identity involving a trigonometric function of 2u

End behavior asymptote of a rational function
A polynomial that the function approaches as.

Equation
A statement of equality between two expressions.

Extracting square roots
A method for solving equations in the form x 2 = k.

Future value of an annuity
The net amount of money returned from an annuity.

Heron’s formula
The area of ¢ABC with semiperimeter s is given by 2s1s  a21s  b21s  c2.

Inequality
A statement that compares two quantities using an inequality symbol

Initial side of an angle
See Angle.

Inverse cotangent function
The function y = cot1 x

Invertible linear system
A system of n linear equations in n variables whose coefficient matrix has a nonzero determinant.

Logarithmic regression
See Natural logarithmic regression

Minor axis
The perpendicular bisector of the major axis of an ellipse with endpoints on the ellipse.

Parametric curve
The graph of parametric equations.

Quadric surface
The graph in three dimensions of a seconddegree equation in three variables.

RRAM
A Riemann sum approximation of the area under a curve ƒ(x) from x = a to x = b using x1 as the righthand end point of each subinterval.

Unbounded interval
An interval that extends to ? or ? (or both).