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No Work ⇔ No Points Use Pencil Only ⇔ Be Neat & Organized 1. Consider f(x) = x3 − 3x2 − 6x + 8 , (a) (1 point) What is the number of maximum zeros? (a) (b) (2 points) Discuss the number of positive, negative, and complex zeros. Show your answer in a chart. (b) (c) (2 points) List all possible rational zeros. (c) (d) (2 points) Show that −3 is a lower bound. (d) (e) (3 points) Find all zeros for this function. (e) Page 1 of 4 Study Guide 16 Total Points: 50 (f) (3 points) Graph f (x). Clearly mark all intercepts. y x 2. Consider x4 − 2x3 + 10x2 − 18x + 9 = 0 , (a) (3 points) Discuss the number of positive, negative, and complex zeros. Show your answer in a chart. (a) (b) (2 points) List all possible rational zeros. (b) (c) (2 points) Show that 2 is an upper bound. (c) (d) (4 points) Find all zeros including complex zeros if there are any. (d) Page 2 of 4 Study Guide 16 Total Points: 50 3. Consider f(x) = x2 − 4 x2 , (a) (2 points) Show that this is an even function. (b) (2 points) Rewrite f (x) using factoring, then find its domain. (b) (c) (2 points) Find all its intercepts. (c) (d) (2 points) Find all its asymptotes . (d) (e) (3 points) Graph f (x). y x (f) (2 points) Find intervals where f (x) ≤ 0. (f) Page 3 of 4 Study Guide 16 Total Points: 50 4. Consider f(x) = 4 x2 − 3x − 4 , (a) (2 points) Rewrite f (x) using factoring, then find its domain. (a) (b) (3 points) Find all its intercepts. (b) (c) (3 points) Find all its asymptotes . (c) (d) (3 points) Graph f (x). y x (e) (2 points) Find intervals where f (x) ≥ 0. (e) Page 4 of 4 Study Guide 16 Total Points: 50 No Work ⇔ No Points Use Pencil Only ⇔ Be Neat & Organized x+4 1. Consider f (x) = x+1 , (a) (2 points) Find all its intercepts. (a) (b) (2 points) Find all its asymptotes . (b) (c) (3 points) Graph f (x). y x (d) (2 points) Find intervals where f (x) ≤ 0. (d) Page 1 of 4 Study Guide 17 Total Points: 50 2. (2 points) Evaluate: 8! 2. 3. (2 points) Evaluate: 9! − 6! 3. 4. (2 points) Evaluate: 7! + 3! 4. 5. (2 points) Evaluate: 3! · 5! 5. 6. (2 points) Evaluate: 7! 3! 6. 7. (2 points) Evaluate: 9! 4! · 5! 7. Page 2 of 4 Study Guide 17 Total Points: 50 8. (2 points) Evaluate: 9C4 8. 9. (2 points) Evaluate: 12! 3! · 5! · 4! 9. 10. (2 points) Evaluate: 10C3 10. ( )4 11. (3 points) Expand: x + y , make sure to box your final answer. ( )5 12. (4 points) Expand: x − y , make sure to box your final answer. Page 3 of 4 Study Guide 17 Total Points: 50 13. (4 points) Find the first four terms of (x2 − 2y3)9, make sure to box your final answer. ( 14. (4 points) Find the 5th term of x − y2 )10 14. ( )12 15. (4 points) Find the 6th term of x3 − y8 15. ( 16. (4 points) Find the middle term of 4x2 − 5y6 )10 16. Page 4 of 4 Study Guide 17 Total Points: 50
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