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Review

Date:

Complete all homework questions

Go through lessons 1.1-1.8 and review the learning objectives/success criteria

Knowledge:

1. Page 76 #4

2. State the domain and range of each relation. Is the relation a function? Explain.

a. {(1,4), (2,6), (3,10), (4,18), (5,29)}.

b. y = 2x 2 +11

3. A linear function machine produces the points (2,5) and (-3,-15). Determine the equation of the

function.

4. Draw a mapping diagram for the following data: {{4,-2), (6,1), (11,-7), (6,7), (4,7)}. Is this relation a

function? Explain.

5. For each function: (i) determine f 1 (x) , (ii) sketch a graph of f(x) and f 1 (x) , (iii) determine if f 1 (x) is

a function

a. f (x) = 3x + 8

b. f (x) = 6(x 9)2 + 8

c. f (x) = 5x 2 + 20x 10

6. For each, identify the base function, sketch the graphs of the base function and the transformed

function. Describe the transformations. State the domain and range of the functions.

3

a. g(x) = 2x + 9

b. g(x) =

x+4

c. g(x) = 4 x +1

d. g(x) = (5x + 20)2

7. Page 77 #15 & 19

Application:

8. Last year, a banquet hall charged $30 per person, and 60 people attended the dinner. This year, the

halls manager says that for every 10 extra people that attend the banquet, they will decrease the price

by $1.50 per person. What size group would maximize the profit for the hall?

9. The power, P, in watts, produced by a solar panel is given by the function P(I ) = 5I 2 +100I , where I

represents the current, in amperes.

a. What value of the current will maximize the power?

b. What is the maximum power?

10. Pat has 30 m of fencing to enclose three identical stalls behind the barn, as

shown.

a. What dimensions will produce a maximum area for each stall.

b. What is that maximum area of each stall?

barn

11. A rectangle has a length that is 3m more than twice its width. If the total area is 65 m2, find the

dimensions of the rectangle.

Thinking/Inquiry

12. Determine
the
equation
of
a
quadratic
function
with
x-intercepts
-2
and
5,
containing
the
point
(3,5).

The
equation
of
the
relation
is
in
the
form
y = ax 2 + bx + c .

13. In
a
high
school,
the
ratio
of
male
to
female
students
is
8:5.
When
400
males
are
removed
and
300

female
are
removed,
the
ratio
is
8:3.
What
is
the
number
of
students
in
the
whole
school?

14. Jai
works
at
an
electronics
store.
She
earns
$600
a
week,
plus
commission
of
5%
of
her
sales.

a. Write
a
function
to
describe
Jais
total
weekly
earnings
as
a
function
of
sales.

b. Determine
the
inverse
of
this
function?

c. What
does
the
inverse
represent?

d. One
week,
Jai
earned
$775.
Calculate
her
sales
that
week.

Answers:

2.
a)
D={1,2,3,4,5},
R={4,6,10,18,29}
Function

b) D={ x }, R={ y , y 11 }

3.
y = 4x 3

4.
Not
a
function
x=6
has
two
y-values
(y=1
and
y=7)

x 8

x 8

x + 30

5.
a) f 1 (x) =

Function

b)
f 1 (x) = 9

Relation

c)
f 1 (x) = 2

Relation

3

6

5

20

10

- 30

- 20

- 10

- 10

- 20

6.
a)
Linear

D={ x },
R={ y }

b)
Reciprocal
D={ x , x 4 }

R={ y , y 0 }

- 30

a=2
Vertical
stretch
by
a
factor
of
2

a=3
Vertical
stretch
by
a
factor
of
3

c=9
Vertical
shift
9
units
up

d=-4
Horizontal
shift
4
units
to
the
left

2

1

- 10

-5

5

10

-1

c)
Square
root
D= {x }
R={ y , y 1 }

d)
Quadratic:
D= {x }- 2
R={ y R, y 0 }

20

20

15

15

10

10

10

-4

-2

-5

- 10

10

20

30

40

50

60

40

30

20

10

- 15

- 10

-5

10

15

- 10

- 20

c=1
vertical
shift
1
unit
up

8.
130

9.
a)
10
A

b)
500
W

10.
a)
3.75m
by
5m
b)
18.75m2

11.
5
by
13
m

1

3

12.

x 2 + x + 5)

2

2

13.
975
students

k=5

d=-4

1 106

1

5

800 000

10

-2

600 000

-4

400 000

-6

-8

200 000

- 10

- 200

- 100

100

200

E 600

0.05

c)
The
inverse
function
represents
Jais
weekly
sales,
s,
in
dollars,
as
a
function
of
her
weekly
earnings,
E,
in
dollars
d)
$3500

14.
a)
E=600+0.05s

b) s =

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