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“MCR3U Unrr 2 - Ocr 2012 NAME:
INTRO TO FUNCTIONS UNIT TEST V.1. Dare:
Knowledge/Understanding | __‘Thinking/Inquiry Communication Application
245 AL 10 {16
Parent/Guardian Signature:
Comments:
Instructions: Show all work for full marks, Don’t forget to check for errors? Good luck!
Note: 5 communication marks will be given overall for proper mathematical notation and form.
5
Part A: Knowledge/Understanding [K:27]
1. A relation is defined by the following set of ordered pairs: {(1,-1), (2,1), (3,3), (45)}
a) State the domain and range [K:2] b) Drawa mapping diagram for therelation —_[K:2]
D= 21,2, 3,45 ¥
Re 2-1 3.5RY%
©) Graph the relation on the grid provided [k:2]
r i I
Doman Rang
d) Explain why this relation is also function [K:1]
Soe Every X value hao only | y valWe
i
1
| e) Write an equation for this function [K:1]
a X-3
tT £) Create another ordered pair so that this relation is
Li no longer a function [ks]
TT Angwers will vary. Mitst hare oume
X vale bak Ait yovalites.
2. Sketch a graph each of the following: eq. Cio) ov (8.5)
adyeve+g — VSWH 4 units up [k2] b) y= vefinceed UR XOX [k-2]
1 4t
x-5 = shut S viniio "ight‘BW flxye3x45 and gfx)ax"+3x—5, detepmmine: g(2x+1)- fx) Ik3)4
(axH)2+ 301) 5 - [3035]
2 Ay244K HY FOXES 5 -4x-5
= 4xtex-b Y
ard
e2 2
4. For the function /(x)=2vx+3-2
a) Determine the inverse [K: 3] b) State the domain and range of the function —_[K:2]
ys NK -2 pe 2xeR, 2-3
X= Ns -2 Rs EYER, ye 27
Xay= v
Bat = Ths
ese il
z ©) State the domain and range of the inverse [K:2]
2
ye as pe 2K ERM 2-23o
' iat - tr
fay <3 Re ayee at Ziv
yee
w= (BS Fv
oe ona) _ - 4d) State whether the inverse is a function [ka]
jes tec NeCred cae, v
only Ay Value for cach x-value .
Part B: Application [A; 16]
5. a) The graph of g(x)= Vx is horizontally stretched by a factor of 2 and is reflected in the y-axiscompressed
vertically by a factor of z and reflected in the x-axis, translated horizontally to the left by 5 units and up by 3
units. Write an equation for the transformed function. mo [A: 3]
Keds =" us gOO = SY7p 48) +3
c= 3hs A= -S hs a ee +37
3
b) The graph of A(x) = x is horizontally compressed by a factor of i reflected in the x-axis, horizontally
translated 4 units to the left and 6 units down. Write the equation of the transformed function. [a: 2]
nn nlx) = = (ak -4))* -&
= - (3x-12)7-b V“6. The measure of an interior angle, i of a regular polygon is related to the number of sides, n, by the function:
i(n)=180-22 ,
n
a) Determine the measure of an interior angle of a regular heptagon. Note: aheptagon has seven sides. [A: 2]
i(4)= 1BO - 360
+ Vv
= 180 ~ 5.4
= 128.6° o
b) Find the inverse of the function.
BCi)= 180-360
nc)
b-180
,
\
s
s
nti) = 260 y
v
nay
To-i
) What does the inverse represent?
he number of sicles as & Punch of the
d) Use the inverse to identify the number of sides a polygon has with an interior angle of 144°?
n(¥4) = 360
ig0-4 ¥
aoe
36
> iv
6. Ifeach small circle has a radius r, express the area of the shaded region as a function of r:
Ay = Asquace — + Reick
ao iH +Orvy)
Ver? — terre
The interst 4 of @ Feguiar heplagor
Is
+. the pol
1446
+ Aye (4-")
(23.6°
i With an
lo Sides. Y
hoa
intertol A.
utain 4 oF
[4:3]
[As]
[a3]
[az]Part C: Thinking, Inquiry and Problem Solving {T/I: 15}
7. State the domain and range for the function f(x)=4-2V2—4x . Show/explain your solution. [t/t]
= 4-2¢-4ner + -2 velledud Wx-axic xd!
Fk) = 4 2A arn k MAY by 2 y « C2)
* ALOE) Kook pellets mravey yx x(k)
ye 4 comprestea hl by )
40g) enh Wich 4+ ee ances
aa WwW shtr 5 unite hight at
Doman = txeR, xelt w Aside Se caniia
Range = eyeR, Yost yzocaet
8. IF f()= 2 aol, Hind £0) af dee [Tt 4]
- x2 24
Hee ing =V xy = Xt3
ret XCD + +3y tod -E
4 3 x
-x = 2yu+3
~2y > x43 v
yarn) 7X8 v
= x3
q Kz ie
9. A point (6-6) on the graph of y=/{) is shifted to what point on the transformed graph of
2G -5y|- ged xe c= 3 4-3 '
sf 5 3] 3 cas : 4 wey [1/:3]
ob st t
Rez xe ast
-3 2
x 6C3)+5 y 604) -8
78 = -4,4
= Wes Ca
= 4S
=-4
Part D: Communication
10. Using proper mathematical terminology, describe the differences between the graphs of y =-5/(x) and
> [e:5]
Sfx) hs ye FESO) a
retlectid un The x AMEE 2-5 velteckes yp Pe ill
I a Fachy of 5 N. compresseat ,
dee, mam Aaah
Exompk. Fxd= X*
graph
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