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following b describes the domain:
i.f(x)-V3r-12
none
i. The domain of F(x)-
a true
b. false
c.
e. none
e. none
a|I/IC c.[1/2+1)
e. none
2.Graph the following pairs
For the shifted graphs: 1st: determine domain and range statcthe
intervals where graphs increasingo decreasing Label units.
Verter
D-{{|
Internal(s)
b.y-' and-(-4)-2
D-{{|
}R-{y|
}
Internal(s)
}R-{v|
}
Internal(s)
D-{{|
}R-{y|
}
Internal(s)
HA
D-{{|
}R-{y
}
Internal(s)
3.
i. domain real numbers(R)
a
true
false
ii. >0}
a
true
false
iii. f(x)isincreasingontheinterval(s):
al
DC,
b.|-
c.[0,4]
d.[4,oc)
e. none
iv. f(x)is decreasingon theinterval(s)
a (
c.[0,4]
none
4. If ( on the corresponding point of /= of(x 2++is:
a.(-2,4)
c.(-6-1)
d.(-6.6)
none
5. Place the following in standard form ==a(z -h)2 +k.
+
6. f(z) 39,
a)
To
f(a)
1(V)
Given
Determine and intervals of Ebehavior of the function:
}
iii. Graph the zeroes of f(x), then find additional points.
.)
Use
the
Intervals behavior:
andg(x)
the domain is:
{x/I> 1)c((/2)0) e.mone
the domain is:
a{z|r E R} b. e.mone
a) f(x).g(x)=
the domain is:
6.{1/I> -1)c(1/120) e.mone
the domain is
b.{1/I> -1)c(1/120) d(7/1>-landx71) e.mone
v) g(f(x)) =
the domain is:
b. {x|x> -1}c landry 1} e.mone
9. For the function: f(x) 4r 16x 7r' 36x 36
i.Use Descartes' Rule determine the number of possible positive zeros
and
the
number
possible
zeros,
Pick the best possible answer:
# of possible
a
none
possible negative 0
a
c.2 or 0
e. none
9ii. Use the rational root test to determine all rational
for f(x) 4x 16% -722 36x 36
which list is the set of all possible rational
+3,
+4.
+6.
+12.
b.
c.
+ 2. +3. 19 12 18 +36
d.
-1.-2.-3.- 4. 6, 9. 12, 18. . is
e. none ofthe above.
9iii. Divide f(x) 4r4 16z³ + 72' 36z-36by p(x) +2,
tofind quotient.
Q(x)
R(x)
iv. Usethe remainder your f( 2)=
9v. Now find 167³ +72 36z 36
9vi. Use the information found graph f(z).
(Hint:start by graphing the

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