 42.4.2.1: Write a formula for the price p of a gallon of gas in t days if the...
 42.4.2.2: A population has size 5000 at time t = 0, with t in years. (a) If t...
 42.4.2.3: The following formulas give the populations (in 1000s) of four diff...
 42.4.2.4: In an environment with unlimited resources and no predators, a popu...
 42.4.2.5: Find g(t) = abt if g(10) = 50 and g(30) = 25.
 42.4.2.6: Find a formula for f(x), an exponential function such that f(8) = 2...
 42.4.2.7: Suppose that f(x) is exponential and that f(3) = 54 and f(2) = 2 9 ...
 42.4.2.8: Find a formula for f(x), an exponential function such that f(2) = 1...
 42.4.2.9: Find the equation of an exponential curve through the points (1, 2)...
 42.4.2.10: For Exercises 1015, find a formula for the exponential function.
 42.4.2.11: For Exercises 1015, find a formula for the exponential function.
 42.4.2.12: For Exercises 1015, find a formula for the exponential function.
 42.4.2.13: For Exercises 1015, find a formula for the exponential function.
 42.4.2.14: For Exercises 1015, find a formula for the exponential function.
 42.4.2.15: For Exercises 1015, find a formula for the exponential function.
 42.4.2.16: (a) Make a table of values for P = f(t) = 1000(1.2)t , for t = 0, 1...
 42.4.2.17: In Exercises 1718, find exponential functions for the graphs shown ...
 42.4.2.18: In Exercises 1718, find exponential functions for the graphs shown ...
 42.4.2.19: Find a possible formula for the exponential function g given that t...
 42.4.2.20: Find a possible formula for the exponential function f given f(5) =...
 42.4.2.21: Which (if any) of the functions in the table could be linear? Which...
 42.4.2.22: The tables in Exercises 2225 contain values from an exponential or ...
 42.4.2.23: The tables in Exercises 2225 contain values from an exponential or ...
 42.4.2.24: The tables in Exercises 2225 contain values from an exponential or ...
 42.4.2.25: The tables in Exercises 2225 contain values from an exponential or ...
 42.4.2.26: Graphs of a linear and an exponential function are shown in Figure ...
 42.4.2.27: Let p(x)=2+ x and q(x)=2x. Estimate the values of x such that p(x) ...
 42.4.2.28: If f(x) = 12 + 20x and g(x) = 1 2 3x, for what values of x is g(x) ...
 42.4.2.29: Find formulas for the exponential functions in Figure 4.12.
 42.4.2.30: Decide whether the functions in 3032 could be approximately linear,...
 42.4.2.31: Decide whether the functions in 3032 could be approximately linear,...
 42.4.2.32: Decide whether the functions in 3032 could be approximately linear,...
 42.4.2.33: Figure 4.13 shows the balance, P, in a bank account. (a) Find a pos...
 42.4.2.34: Suppose the city of Yonkers is offered two alternative fines by the...
 42.4.2.35: A 1987 treaty to protect the ozone layer produced dramatic declines...
 42.4.2.36: Figure 4.15 gives the voltage, V (t), across a circuit element at t...
 42.4.2.37: Short track 500m speed skating became a Winter Olympic event in 199...
 42.4.2.38: There were 178.8 million licensed drivers in the US in 1989 and 187...
 42.4.2.39: In year t = 0 a lake is estimated to have about 3500 trout in it. T...
 42.4.2.40: Cocoa production11 is shown in Table 4.8 for the world and the Ivor...
 42.4.2.41: The average gain in life expectancy at birth in the US has remained...
 42.4.2.42: In terms of the initial population P0, what is the value of the pop...
 42.4.2.43: The number of asthma sufferers in the world was about 84 million in...
 42.4.2.44: In 2000, the population of a town was 20,000, and it grew by 4.14% ...
 42.4.2.45: In 2000, the population of a town was 18,500 and it grew by 250 peo...
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Acute angle
An angle whose measure is between 0° and 90°

Anchor
See Mathematical induction.

Arctangent function
See Inverse tangent function.

Course
See Bearing.

Equally likely outcomes
Outcomes of an experiment that have the same probability of occurring.

Infinite limit
A special case of a limit that does not exist.

Initial side of an angle
See Angle.

Intercepted arc
Arc of a circle between the initial side and terminal side of a central angle.

Mode of a data set
The category or number that occurs most frequently in the set.

Onetoone rule of exponents
x = y if and only if bx = by.

Polar form of a complex number
See Trigonometric form of a complex number.

Reduced row echelon form
A matrix in row echelon form with every column that has a leading 1 having 0’s in all other positions.

Shrink of factor c
A transformation of a graph obtained by multiplying all the xcoordinates (horizontal shrink) by the constant 1/c or all of the ycoordinates (vertical shrink) by the constant c, 0 < c < 1.

Sine
The function y = sin x.

Solution of a system in two variables
An ordered pair of real numbers that satisfies all of the equations or inequalities in the system

Summation notation
The series a nk=1ak, where n is a natural number ( or ?) is in summation notation and is read "the sum of ak from k = 1 to n(or infinity).” k is the index of summation, and ak is the kth term of the series

Tangent
The function y = tan x

Trichotomy property
For real numbers a and b, exactly one of the following is true: a < b, a = b , or a > b.

Vector equation for a line in space
The line through P0(x 0, y0, z0) in the direction of the nonzero vector V = <a, b, c> has vector equation r = r0 + tv , where r = <x,y,z>.

Vertical stretch or shrink
See Stretch, Shrink.