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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers

the question.

Give the domain and range of the relation.

1) {(11, -3), (-2, -7), (-5, -6), (-5, 6)}

A) domain = {11, -2, -5}; range = {-3, -7, -6, 6}

B) domain = {-3, -7, -6, 6}; range = {11, -2, -5}

C) domain = {11, -2, -5, -15}; range = {-3, -7, -6, 6}

D) domain = {11, -2, -5, 5}; range = {-3, -7, -6, 6}

2) {(8, 2), (5, -8), (-1, 5), (-1, 7)}

A) domain = {5, 8, -1}; range = {-8, 2, 5, 7} B) domain = {5, 8, -1, 1}; range = {-8, 2, 5, 7}

C) domain = {5, 8, -1, -11}; range = {-8, 2, 5, 7} D) domain = {-8, 2, 5, 7}; range = {5, 8, -1}

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers

the question.

Evaluate the function at the given value of the independent variable and simplify.

1) f(x) = -2x + 1; f(-3)

A) 7 B) 3 C) 5 D) -1

2) f(x) = x2 - 5; f(x - 4)

A) x2 - 8x + 11 B) x2 + 16 C) x2 - 8x + 16 D) x2 9

9) The function P(x) = 0.95x - 60 models the relationship between the number of pretzels x that a

certain vendor

sells and the profit the vendor makes. Find P(600), the profit the vendor makes from selling 600

pretzels.

A) $510 B) $570 C) $630 D) $540

1- Add or subtract as indicated and write the result in standard form.

1) (4 - 8i) + (7 + 5i)

A) 11 - 3i B) 11 + 3i C) -3 + 13i D) -11 + 3i

Complex numbers are used in electronics to describe the current in an electric circuit.

Ohms law relates the current in a

circuit, I, in amperes, the voltage of the circuit, E, in volts, and the resistance of the circuit,

R, in ohms, by the formula

E = IR. Solve the problem using this formula.

11) Find E, the voltage of a circuit, if I = (3 + 6i) amperes and R = (5 + 6i) ohms.

A) (-21 + 48i) volts B) (-21 - 48i) volts C) (48 - 21i) volts D) (48 + 21i) volts

Find the slant asymptote, if any, of the graph of the rational function.

1) f(x) = x2 - 4

x

A) y = x B) y = x - 4

C) x = 0 D) no slant asymptote

5) The function f(x) = 300(0.5)x/50 models the amount in pounds of a particular radioactive

material stored in a

concrete vault, where x is the number of years since the material was put into the vault. Find the

amount of

radioactive material in the vault after 130 years. Round to the nearest whole number.

A) 49 pounds B) 230 pounds C) 390 pounds D) 58 pounds

6) The rabbit population in a forest area grows at the rate of 9% monthly. If there are 290 rabbits

in September,

find how many rabbits (rounded to the nearest whole number) should be expected by next

September. Use

y = 290(2.7)0.09t.

A) 848 B) 846 C) 861 D) 835

The size of the bear population at a national park increases at the rate of 4.7% per year. If the

size of the current

population is 198, find how many bears there should be in 8 years. Use the function f(x) =

198e0.047t and

round to the nearest whole number.

A) 288 B) 290 C) 286 D) 292

4) The population in a particular country is growing at the rate of 1.4% per year. If 3,819,000

people lived there in

1999, how many will there be in the year 2007? Use f(x) = y0e0.014t and round to the nearest

ten-thousand.

A) 4,270,000 B) 4,700,000 C) 4,190,000 D) 5,130,000

1) f(x) = log 6 (x + 1)

A) (-1, ) B) (6, ) C) (1, ) D) (-, 0) or (0, )

A car is traveling at 33 mph. If its tires have a diameter of 26 inches, how fast are the cars tires

turning? Express

the answer in revolutions per minute. If necessary, round to two decimal places.

A) 426.63 revolutions per minute B) 2680.62 revolutions per minute

C) 445.63 revolutions per minute D) 853.26 revolutions per minute

1) 1 + sin2 70 + sin2 20

A) 2 B) 0 C) -1 D) 1

Show that the equation is not an identity by finding a value of x for which both sides are

defined but not equal.

1) cos (x + ) = cos x

A) 0 B) 2

C) - 2

D) 3/2

2) sin 7x cos 3x

A) 12

(sin 10x + sin 4x) B) sin (cos 21x2)

C) 12(cos 10x - cos 4x) D) 12

(sin 10x + cos 4x)

Two sides and an angle (SSA) of a triangle are given. Determine whether the given

measurements produce one triangle,

two triangles, or no triangle at all. Solve each triangle that results. Round lengths to the

nearest tenth and angle

measures to the nearest degree.

1) A = 30, a = 21, b = 42

A) B = 90, C = 60, c = 36.4 B) B = 60, C = 90, c = 36.4

C) B = 60, C = 60, c = 36.4 D) no triangle

2) B = 80, b = 5, a = 23

A) no triangle B) A = 41, C = 60, c = 32

C) A = 40, C = 60, c = 28 D) A = 39, C = 60, c = 30

1) A surveyor standing 52 meters from the base of a building measures the angle to the top of the

building and

finds it to be 36. The surveyor then measures the angle to the top of the radio tower on the

building and finds

that it is 48. How tall is the radio tower?

A) 19.97 meters B) 8.08 meters C) 7.27 meters D) 11.05 meters

A plane flying a straight course observes a mountain at a bearing of 31.3 to the right of its

course. At that time

the plane is 8 kilometers from the mountain. A short time later, the bearing to the mountain

becomes 41.3.

How far is the plane from the mountain when the second bearing is taken (to the nearest tenth of

a km)?

A) 6.3 kilometers B) 10.2 kilometers C) 11.4 kilometers D) 4.2 kilometers

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