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True/False
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8.) 3x3
—
4x2 + x
—
2 has 4 roots.
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Algebra
9.) Find x where (x
5)3
20
7.
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zt5~
tt
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10.) If g(x) is an invertible function, and g(4)
—
8, then what is g ‘(8)?
11.) Find the inverse of f(x)
byseeingiff ‘of(x) x.)
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12.) What is the implied domain of g(x)
54
—‘~3x
—
5 + 18x2
—
3? (Write
..)
13.) Suppose that a ~ 0 and that b2
as an integer in standard form:
—
4ac ≥ 0. Write the following number
,_b_i/b2 —4ac\2
+b~
2a
2a
0
)+c
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Find
3;ct+z
6z4
9z3 + 16x2
3z2+2
—
5x
9
2x ~
~ 9xSt i~.xt_5x
-
+
7
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Find
-z
2.
2-
2x3
-7
7z2 + 1
x+2
—
C
U
2-2
~Lf-Lj
16.) What is the slope of the straight line in R2 that passes through
the points (4,3) and (6, 7) ?
-U =2
17.) Complete the square: Write 4x2 + 4z
where cr, /3,y C IR.
—
3 in the form cr(z +
/3)2
+7
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=
t
18.) How many roots does 3x2
—
2x
—
10 have?
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roo—t-s.
2
5z
19.) Find the roots of x2
2z
10
2. &plusmn;
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2
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20.) Find a root of 3x3
—
4x2
—
3x
2
=
2~-)~-~-2
21.) (2 points) Completely factor 2x3 z2 13x + 6. (Hint: 2 is a root.)
(Your answer should be a product of a constant and maybe some linear and
quadratic polynomials that have leading coefficients equal to 1, and such that
any of the quadratics in the product have no roots.)
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22.) (2 points) Completely factor 2x3 + 6z2 + 8x + 8. (Hint: -2 is a root.)
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1
2.
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23.) List all of the monic linear factors of p(x) that you know of from the
graph below,
a
r~tb
6
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24.) Grap
7
~ twt~
tecti,yi
25.) Graph
2 z
and label its x- and y-interce ts.
x-~t~ 2 x+t tQ
(~)
lect’!.
~intt
1 and label its
-
z.Ja~7=L#
and y-interce ts.
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26.) Graph 3x
e_~b.rt:
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—
~3 ~t~2
2 and label its x- and%j-intercepts.
3,e-tco ~)
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27.) Graph c~x ~ &ccedil;j... and label its vertex. (You don’t have to be
accurate with ~e x- a y-i rcepts.)
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