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Midterm 2.V1
Spring 2013
Instructor: Katrina Johnson
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SHOW ALL. WORK. No points will be given for answers without justification.
Scratch paper will be provided by the instructor, just ask. Scratch work will not be
graded, record all work that is port of your solution on this exam.
Make sure your work is organized and legible.
Use a PENCIL, erase errors.
NO CALCULATORS, NOTES, PHONES, NEIGHBORS, ETC.
Prob.
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Total
Score
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2 + 80x + 250 and the price per unit is
1. The cost of producing x units is given by C(x) = 4x
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5. Give the function h(x) =
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a) What is ‘the domain of h? Write your answer in interval notation.
b) Evaluate:
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7. Identify the base function and describe the transformations.
a) f(x)=I—(x+2)I—1
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