(8/18) 7:25PM - Sorry for the delay; here are the solutions for the final Quiz: Front -- Back

(7/29) 10:40PM -

Formulas you will need to know by heart:

1) Distance Formula

2) Midpoint Formula

3) Quadratic Formula

4) Product, Quotient, and Power Rules for logarithms

Some general topics to focus on:

1) Determining what is or isn't a function

2) Domain of a function

3) Slope of a line

4) Increasing/decreasing functions

5) Piecewise-defined functions

6) Function Composition

7) Even and odd functions(algebraic and graphical characteristics)

8) Translations and Stretches of basic function graphs

9) Complex #s

10) Zero(s) of a function (Real and Complex)

11) Solving linear inequalities(ie Test 1 Part B #9)

12) Characterizing a function's graph by using zeros, multiplicity, and end behavior

13) Using division to see if a number is a zero of a function

14) Find all zeros of a polynomial function using known zeros, Rational Zeros Theorem and division

15) Rational functions and their graphs

16) One-to-One functions

17) Inverse Functions

18) Definition of logarithm

19) Solving log/exponential equations

20) Using a matrix to solve a system of equations

***Also, please note that I will not be able to answer email from this Sunday(8/1) until Wednesday, so please contact me by phone during this time if you need anything.***

(7/27) 1:17AM - (Yes, the time is correct...) Here is the final quiz to be turned in on the last class. Again, this quiz will only be counted if it helps your average. A couple of things:

1) On #2, think of the second equation as 4x +0y +z =-4

2) #2 requires roughly 7 steps to reach row-echelon form, and the bonus requires around 11.

(7/25) 8:40PM - Here are the solutions for quiz 5: . Check back later this week for the final quiz and a list of topics for the final exam.

(6/2) 10:40PM - Here are the solutions for quiz #1, for those of you that couldn't make it to class on Saturday.

(5/29) 10:08PM - Here are the solutions for quiz 2(I condensed to 2 pages): Page 1 Page 2

(5/12) 3:26PM - Here are the last 2 sections. Again, only worry about #s 1,3, and 5 from 1.5 for now. 1.4 1.5

(5/10) 10:45PM - Here are the section 1.3 solutions. Also, I resized sections 1 & 2 so they should print out better for you now.

(5/9) 3:12 PM - Here are solutions for the first couple of sections : 1.1 1.2

1.1 - 37,43,49,51,55,59

1.2 - 1,3,5,9,13,15,17,21,27abc,35,37,39,43,59,61,63,65,68

1.3 - 5,7,9,17,19,23,27

1.4 - 5,7,13,15,27,33,35,49,51,53,57,61

1.5 - 1,3,5,29,33,35,39,41,45,57

1.6 - 1, 3,5,13,17,19,21,29,53,55,61,63,67

1.7 - 1,3,5,7,9,15,17,19,31,32,33,41,45,47,51,55,59,85,87,107-114[Answers: 108)h; 110)a; 112)e; 114)b]

Chapter 2

2.1 - 61, 65, 69, 77, 79, 81

2.2 - 1-13odd,41,47,55,59,65-73odd

2.3 - 7,13,17,21,23,27,29,35,39,43,45,51

2.4 - 3,5,9,15-21,47,48* (* turn in on 6/12 for +1 quiz point. You need to write the area of the window as a function of the width or height. Since the width and height are both variables, you need to use the perimeter of the window to write one in terms of the other. The formula for circle circumference is in the back of the book if you don't remember it. When you get your function A(w)or A(h), it will be a quadratic function, which we know how to maximize or minimize.)

2.5 - 1,3,5,7,23,29,31,33,37,41,53,59,63

2.6 - 1,11,13,23,31,33,35,37

Chapter 3

3.1 - 11-17odd,19-24,27,29,33,37,39,41

3.2 - 1,3,7,9,11,15,31,33,35

3.3 - 1,3,13,21,43,45,49,51,55,57,61

3.4 - 1-4,7,9,13,15,17,27,35,39(recall my comment from class about "jumping" across asymptotes when the denominator has zeros of even multiplicity),53

Extra Credit(+2 Quiz Points):3.5 - 15-23,29,31,33,49,51; Turn in on 7/10, make sure you show all work to recieve full credit.

Chapter 4

4.1 - 1,17,21,25,27,29,31,33,37,41,45,49,51,53

4.2 - 1-10,17,21,23,27,29,35,39

4.3 - 7,9-27o,35,39,51,55,57,69,75,79

4.4 - 1,5,11,13,17,19,23,29,45,47,53,65,69

4.5 - 1,3,5,7,9,13,27,31,35,39,43

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