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1.

(a)

5 x 2 13

+ = x

3 2

x2 52 x x

+

=

5

3

7

(b)

2.

inches longer than the other side, how long are the sides?

3.

Suppose that a small factory makes two types of products. The first

product costs the company RM5 and the second costs RM7. The

factory has a total amount of RM3,000 as the daily budget to produce

the products. Set up the production equation.

4.

Taxi fare from an airport to the city centre is RM1.25 per mile driven,

plus RM10 for tolls. Let

(a)

Write the equation for

(b)

5.

( x+12 )2 =0

2

(a)

5 x +14 x +7=0

3 x2 +14 x +51=0

2

(a)

2 x +3 x1=0

(b)

8.

x .

2

(a)

x 17 x=72

(b)

7.

in terms of

be the miles

(b)

6.

3 x2 +2 x+ 1=0

of a multimedia company

R ( p )=4 p 2800 p

where

weekly?

9.

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V ( x ) =96,0008000 x

where

V (x)

(a)

Identify the x and V

(b)

(c)

(d)

intercepts.

Find the slope and interpret its meaning.

Draw the graph of the equation.

10.

per share. However, the company was in trouble and the stock price

dropped steadily, to RM8 per share in 2006. Draw a line showing the

relationship between the price per share and the year in which it

traded for the time interval [1996,2006], which years on the x-axis

and price on the y-axis. Find and interpret the slope.

11.

by RM59.82 per year for the years 1990 through 2000. If the average

cost in 1996 was RM1128.50, what is an equation which describes

the average cost during this decade, as a function of the numbers of

years,

T , since 1990?

12.

is RM15.30 per unit and 35 units when the price is RM19.30 each.

Find the demand equation, assuming that it is linear. Find the price

per unit when 40 units are demanded.

13.

RM940, and 2200 units when the price is RM740. Assume that price,

p , and quantity,

supply equation.

14.

cost of 20 units is RM70. If cost,

and

produce 35 units.

15.

per kilowatt-hour plus a base charge every month. One customers

monthly bill comes to RM51.65 for 380 kilowatt-hours. Find a linear

function that describes the total monthly charges for electricity if

16.

its original value. If the original value is RM1800, find an equation

that expresses the value

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of the bike

2 | Page

0 t 10.

where

as the

called straight-line depreciation.

17.

15 years. Find a linear equation that describes the houses value after

t

18.

19.

years.

(a)

f ( x )=x 26 x +5

(b)

g ( x ) =2 x 26 x

(c)

h ( t ) =t 2 +6 t +9

(d)

f ( x )=5+3 x3 x 2

(e)

H ( x )=1xx

State whether

f ( x)

20.

(a)

(b)

f ( x )=7 x 22 x +6

The

demand

function

for

when

manufacturers

product

is

revenue.

21.

p=24006 q , where

line is

when

and determine this revenue.

22.

a clients new product,

f ( n )=

10

n ( 12n ) , 0 n 12

9

product.

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23.

The daily profit for the garden department of a store from the sale of

trees is given by

is the number of

trees sold. Find the functions vertex and intercepts, and graph the

function.

24.

marginal cost per unit is RM24. Find the cost function.

25.

production cost of RM32 for each unit produced.

(a)

What is the cost function?

(b)

What is the average cost function?

(c)

Find the average cost of production of 200 units and 400

units.

26.

C ( x )=0.65 x +135

where

is

the number of books which are printed. If the bookseller sells each for

RM2.

(a)

Find the break-even point.

(b)

If the company sold just 2,000 books, what is the profit?

27.

P

where

(a)

(b)

(c)

28.

is in ringgit.

Graph these two functions on the same axes.

Find the equilibrium points.

At which interval does supply exceed demand.

cost function.

29.

2

Determine the equilibrium price and quantity.

30.

of 8.25%. Write an equation that represents the total cost

item costing

31.

of an

dollars.

of her salary. Bronwyn earns RM47 per hour and receives an extra

RM28 a week because she declined company benefits. She wants to

save at least RM550 each week. How many hours must she work

each week to achieve her goal?

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32.

tax you may be able to spread out its expense over the life of the

item. This is called depreciation. One method of depreciation is

straight-line depreciation, in which the annual depreciation is

computed by dividing the cost of the item, less its estimated salvage

value, by its useful life. Suppose the cost is

life is

V =C 1

n

N

years is given by

years, and has no salvage value, after how many years will it have a

value of RM 2000?

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Note: Please use a proper graph paper is for Question 9d, Question 23

and Question 27.

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