 Chapter 4.1: Match the quadratic function with its graph
 Chapter 4.2: Match the quadratic function with its graph
 Chapter 4.3: Match the quadratic function with its graph
 Chapter 4.4: Match the quadratic function with its graph
 Chapter 4.5: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.6: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.7: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.8: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.9: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.10: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.11: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.12: Graph the quadratic function given in standard form.
 Chapter 4.13: Graph the quadratic function given in general form.
 Chapter 4.14: Graph the quadratic function given in general form.
 Chapter 4.15: Graph the quadratic function given in general form.
 Chapter 4.16: Graph the quadratic function given in general form.
 Chapter 4.17: Find the vertex of the parabola associated with each quadratic func...
 Chapter 4.18: Find the vertex of the parabola associated with each quadratic func...
 Chapter 4.19: Find the vertex of the parabola associated with each quadratic func...
 Chapter 4.20: Find the vertex of the parabola associated with each quadratic func...
 Chapter 4.21: Find the quadratic function that has the given vertex and goes thro...
 Chapter 4.22: Find the quadratic function that has the given vertex and goes thro...
 Chapter 4.23: Find the quadratic function that has the given vertex and goes thro...
 Chapter 4.24: Find the quadratic function that has the given vertex and goes thro...
 Chapter 4.25: The revenue and the cost of a local business are given below as fun...
 Chapter 4.26: Given the length of a rectangle is 2x 4 and the width is x 7, find ...
 Chapter 4.27: A triangle has a base of x 2 units and a height of 4 x units. Deter...
 Chapter 4.28: A person standing at a ridge in the Grand Canyon throws a penny upw...
 Chapter 4.29: Determine which functions are polynomials, and for those, state the...
 Chapter 4.30: Determine which functions are polynomials, and for those, state the...
 Chapter 4.31: Determine which functions are polynomials, and for those, state the...
 Chapter 4.32: Determine which functions are polynomials, and for those, state the...
 Chapter 4.33: Match the polynomial function with its graph.
 Chapter 4.34: Match the polynomial function with its graph.
 Chapter 4.35: Match the polynomial function with its graph.
 Chapter 4.36: Match the polynomial function with its graph.
 Chapter 4.37: Graph each function by transforming a power function y xn
 Chapter 4.38: Graph each function by transforming a power function y xn
 Chapter 4.39: Graph each function by transforming a power function y xn
 Chapter 4.40: Graph each function by transforming a power function y xn
 Chapter 4.41: Find all the real zeros of each polynomial function, and state thei...
 Chapter 4.42: Find all the real zeros of each polynomial function, and state thei...
 Chapter 4.43: Find all the real zeros of each polynomial function, and state thei...
 Chapter 4.44: Find all the real zeros of each polynomial function, and state thei...
 Chapter 4.45: Find a polynomial of minimum degree that has the given zeros.
 Chapter 4.46: Find a polynomial of minimum degree that has the given zeros.
 Chapter 4.47: Find a polynomial of minimum degree that has the given zeros.
 Chapter 4.48: Find a polynomial of minimum degree that has the given zeros.
 Chapter 4.49: Find a polynomial of minimum degree that has the given zeros.
 Chapter 4.50: Find a polynomial of minimum degree that has the given zeros.
 Chapter 4.51: For each polynomial function given: (a) list each real zero and its...
 Chapter 4.52: For each polynomial function given: (a) list each real zero and its...
 Chapter 4.53: For each polynomial function given: (a) list each real zero and its...
 Chapter 4.54: For each polynomial function given: (a) list each real zero and its...
 Chapter 4.55: Tiffany has started tutoring students x hours per week. The tutorin...
 Chapter 4.56: The following function is the profit for Walt Disney World, where P...
 Chapter 4.57: Divide the polynomials with long division. If you choose to use a c...
 Chapter 4.58: Divide the polynomials with long division. If you choose to use a c...
 Chapter 4.59: Divide the polynomials with long division. If you choose to use a c...
 Chapter 4.60: Divide the polynomials with long division. If you choose to use a c...
 Chapter 4.61: Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial by the linear facto...
 Chapter 4.62: Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial by the linear facto...
 Chapter 4.63: Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial by the linear facto...
 Chapter 4.64: Use synthetic division to divide the polynomial by the linear facto...
 Chapter 4.65: Divide the polynomials with either long division or synthetic divis...
 Chapter 4.66: Divide the polynomials with either long division or synthetic divis...
 Chapter 4.67: Divide the polynomials with either long division or synthetic divis...
 Chapter 4.68: Divide the polynomials with either long division or synthetic divis...
 Chapter 4.69: The area of a rectangle is given by the polynomial 6x4 8x3 10x2 12x...
 Chapter 4.70: A 10 inch by 15 inch rectangular piece of cardboard is used to make...
 Chapter 4.71: Find the following values by applying synthetic division. Check by ...
 Chapter 4.72: Find the following values by applying synthetic division. Check by ...
 Chapter 4.73: Find the following values by applying synthetic division. Check by ...
 Chapter 4.74: Find the following values by applying synthetic division. Check by ...
 Chapter 4.75: Determine whether the number given is a zero of the polynomial.
 Chapter 4.76: Determine whether the number given is a zero of the polynomial.
 Chapter 4.77: Determine whether the number given is a zero of the polynomial.
 Chapter 4.78: Determine whether the number given is a zero of the polynomial.
 Chapter 4.79: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other real zeros, and...
 Chapter 4.80: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other real zeros, and...
 Chapter 4.81: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other real zeros, and...
 Chapter 4.82: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other real zeros, and...
 Chapter 4.83: Use Descartes rule of signs to determine the possible number of pos...
 Chapter 4.84: Use Descartes rule of signs to determine the possible number of pos...
 Chapter 4.85: Use Descartes rule of signs to determine the possible number of pos...
 Chapter 4.86: Use Descartes rule of signs to determine the possible number of pos...
 Chapter 4.87: Use the rational zero theorem to list the possible rational zeros.
 Chapter 4.88: Use the rational zero theorem to list the possible rational zeros.
 Chapter 4.89: Use the rational zero theorem to list the possible rational zeros.
 Chapter 4.90: Use the rational zero theorem to list the possible rational zeros.
 Chapter 4.91: List the possible rational zeros, and test to determine all rationa...
 Chapter 4.92: List the possible rational zeros, and test to determine all rationa...
 Chapter 4.93: List the possible rational zeros, and test to determine all rationa...
 Chapter 4.94: List the possible rational zeros, and test to determine all rationa...
 Chapter 4.95: For each polynomial: (a) use Descartes rule of signs to determine t...
 Chapter 4.96: For each polynomial: (a) use Descartes rule of signs to determine t...
 Chapter 4.97: For each polynomial: (a) use Descartes rule of signs to determine t...
 Chapter 4.98: For each polynomial: (a) use Descartes rule of signs to determine t...
 Chapter 4.99: For each polynomial: (a) use Descartes rule of signs to determine t...
 Chapter 4.100: For each polynomial: (a) use Descartes rule of signs to determine t...
 Chapter 4.101: Find all zeros. Factor the polynomial as a product of linear factors.
 Chapter 4.102: Find all zeros. Factor the polynomial as a product of linear factors.
 Chapter 4.103: Find all zeros. Factor the polynomial as a product of linear factors.
 Chapter 4.104: Find all zeros. Factor the polynomial as a product of linear factors.
 Chapter 4.105: A polynomial function is described. Find all remaining zeros.
 Chapter 4.106: A polynomial function is described. Find all remaining zeros.
 Chapter 4.107: A polynomial function is described. Find all remaining zeros.
 Chapter 4.108: A polynomial function is described. Find all remaining zeros.
 Chapter 4.109: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other zeros (real and...
 Chapter 4.110: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other zeros (real and...
 Chapter 4.111: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other zeros (real and...
 Chapter 4.112: Given a zero of the polynomial, determine all other zeros (real and...
 Chapter 4.113: Factor each polynomial as a product of linear factor.
 Chapter 4.114: Factor each polynomial as a product of linear factor.
 Chapter 4.115: Factor each polynomial as a product of linear factor.
 Chapter 4.116: Factor each polynomial as a product of linear factor.
 Chapter 4.117: Determine the vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes (if they ex...
 Chapter 4.118: Determine the vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes (if they ex...
 Chapter 4.119: Determine the vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes (if they ex...
 Chapter 4.120: Determine the vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes (if they ex...
 Chapter 4.121: Determine the vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes (if they ex...
 Chapter 4.122: Determine the vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes (if they ex...
 Chapter 4.123: Graph the rational functions.
 Chapter 4.124: Graph the rational functions.
 Chapter 4.125: Graph the rational functions.
 Chapter 4.126: Graph the rational functions.
 Chapter 4.127: Graph the rational functions.
 Chapter 4.128: Graph the rational functions.
 Chapter 4.129: On a graphing calculator, plot the quadratic function: a. Identify ...
 Chapter 4.130: Determine the quadratic function whose vertex is (2.4, 3.1) and pas...
 Chapter 4.131: In Exercises 131 and 132, use a graphing calculator or a computer t...
 Chapter 4.132: In Exercises 131 and 132, use a graphing calculator or a computer t...
 Chapter 4.133: Plot . What type of function is it? Perform this division using lon...
 Chapter 4.134: Plot . What type of function is it? Perform this division using syn...
 Chapter 4.135: In Exercises 135 and 136: (a) From the list of all possible rationa...
 Chapter 4.136: In Exercises 135 and 136: (a) From the list of all possible rationa...
 Chapter 4.137: Find all zeros (real and complex). Factor the polynomial as a produ...
 Chapter 4.138: Find all zeros (real and complex). Factor the polynomial as a produ...
 Chapter 4.139: In Exercises 139 and 140: (a) graph the function f(x) utilizing a g...
 Chapter 4.140: In Exercises 139 and 140: (a) graph the function f(x) utilizing a g...
Solutions for Chapter Chapter 4: Polynomial and Rational Functions
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Binomial probability
In an experiment with two possible outcomes, the probability of one outcome occurring k times in n independent trials is P1E2 = n!k!1n  k2!pk11  p) nk where p is the probability of the outcome occurring once

Compounded monthly
See Compounded k times per year.

Direction vector for a line
A vector in the direction of a line in threedimensional space

Equal complex numbers
Complex numbers whose real parts are equal and whose imaginary parts are equal.

Equivalent arrows
Arrows that have the same magnitude and direction.

Explicitly defined sequence
A sequence in which the kth term is given as a function of k.

Function
A relation that associates each value in the domain with exactly one value in the range.

Mathematical induction
A process for proving that a statement is true for all natural numbers n by showing that it is true for n = 1 (the anchor) and that, if it is true for n = k, then it must be true for n = k + 1 (the inductive step)

Onetoone rule of logarithms
x = y if and only if logb x = logb y.

Parallelogram representation of vector addition
Geometric representation of vector addition using the parallelogram determined by the position vectors.

Polar axis
See Polar coordinate system.

Present value of an annuity T
he net amount of your money put into an annuity.

Product of matrices A and B
The matrix in which each entry is obtained by multiplying the entries of a row of A by the corresponding entries of a column of B and then adding

Reference angle
See Reference triangle

Root of a number
See Principal nth root.

Second
Angle measure equal to 1/60 of a minute.

Sphere
A set of points in Cartesian space equally distant from a fixed point called the center.

Standard form: equation of a circle
(x  h)2 + (y  k2) = r 2

Vertical line test
A test for determining whether a graph is a function.

yaxis
Usually the vertical coordinate line in a Cartesian coordinate system with positive direction up, pp. 12, 629.