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For #1-8 write the entire word “True” or the entire word “False”.
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Algebra
9.) Find x where (x + 4)3 + 7
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7
10.) If g(x) is an invertible function, and g(3)
—
5, then what is g
1(5)?
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as an integer in standard form:
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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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