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Pre-Calculus

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Lesson 01

f(5) =

1

3

-1

Use graph #1 to approximate the following values to the nearest tenth. Question 01

Question 02

f(0) =

-3

4

-4

01

Question 03

If f(x) = 5, then x =

3

-3

1

01

Question 04

If f(x) = 0, then the possible value(s) of x are:

0.8 & 5.2

0.8 & 6.2

0.2 & 5.2

01

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Lesson 02

lim f(x) = x--> -1-

Use graph #2 and give the value of each statement. Question 01

2

3

-2

f(2) =

Question 02

-1

0

1

02

lim f(x) = x --> 1+

02

Question 03

-1

-2

0

lim f(x) = x --> 2+

Question 04

3

-3

-2

f(-1) =

Question 05

DNE

-1

2

lim f(x) = x --> 2

Question 06

-1

3

DNE

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Lesson 03

Refer to graph #3 is this a function?

True

False

Question 01

Question 02

03

Refer to graph #4, is this a function?

True

False

Question 03

03

Refer to graph #5, is this a function?

True

False

Question 04

03

Do the following pairs of input and output values represent a function: (-10,1), (4,0), (0,1), (3, -2), and (4,0)?

True

False

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Lesson 04

Refer to graph #6, name the function.

Question 01

Sine Function

Cosine Function

Absolute Value Function

Refer to graph #7, identify the domain intervals where the function is decreasing.

Question 02

04

(1,8)

(-2,1)

(-5,4)

(1,4)

Refer to graph #7, on what domain interval is the graph constant?

Question 03

04

(-2,1)

(-1,3)

(2,1)

(-1, 2)

Refer to graph #7, on what domain interval is the fucntion decreasing.

Question 03

04

(-5, -2)

(-1,3)

(5, 2)

(-2, 1)

Refer to graph #7, on what domain interval is the graph increasing?

Question 03

04

(-4, )

(-1,3)

(8, )

(1,4)

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Using graph #8, identify the x-value of the nonremovable infinite discontinuity.

Question 01

x = 4

x = -1

x = -2

x= 2

Using graph #8, idenfity the x-value of the removable discontinuity.

Question 02

05

x = 2

x = 1

x = -1

x = -2

Using graph #8, idenfity the domain interval.

Question 03

05

(-1, 2)

( , 1)

(-2, -1)

(- , -2)

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The hours you stay awake is a function of the number of Monster drinks you have in the evening. Identify the independent variable.

Question 01

The number of monsters

The hours awake

The hours you stay awake is a function of the number of Monster drinks you have in the evening. Identify the dependent variable.

Question 02

06

The hours awake

The number of Monsters

If the dependent variable is the number of kilometers you can drive, and the independent variable is the amount of gas (measured in liters) in your car, write a sentence explaining the meaning of k(20) = 285.

Question 03

06

With 20 liters of gas, you can drive 255 kilometers.

With 20 liters of gas, you can drive 285 kilometers.

With 300 liters, you can drive 30 kilometers

With 285 liters, you can drive 20 kilometers

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