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Exam Instructions:

2. If you need additional paper or graph paper ask for it, otherwise all answers should be

written on the exam paper.

A. the domain divided by the range

B. the change in the dependent variable divided by the change in the independent

variable from one point to another

C. the range divided by the domain

D. how quickly the dependent variable is changing with respect to a unit change in the

independent variable at an instant in time

A. the entire set of function values (of the dependent variable)

B. x

C. y

D. the entire set of values (of the independent variable) for which the function is

defined

A. the entire set of function values (of the dependent variable)

B. x

C. y

D. the entire set of values (of the independent variable) for which the function is

defined

4. Which one of the following is a polynomial function? (____)

2

A. n x 3cos 6 x 4

3

3 3

B. f x x 6x 2 x 11

4

C. q x 3log2 4x

3

D. f x

5x 4

5. The ____ row of differences for quartic functions are all the same. (____)

A. 1st

B. 2nd

C. 3rd

D. 4th

1 1

A. f x f x B. f x f x C. f x f x

a a

A. When a polynomial P x is divided by x b the remainder is P b

B. If P b 0 , then x b is a factor of P x

C. The remainder in the division P x b is P b

D. If x b divides P x with a remainder of zero, then x b is a factor of P b

A. When a polynomial P x is divided by x b the remainder is P b

B. If P b 0 , then x b is a factor of P x

C. The remainder in the division P x b is P b

D. If x b divides P x with a remainder of zero, then x b is a factor of P b

9x 3

9. What is the domain of h x 7 x 14

? (____)

A. x x 2

9

B. y y

7

C. x x 2

D. x

10x

10. What is the horizontal asymptote for f x 2x 3

? (____)

A. y 5

3

B. x

2

C. y 10

D. y 2

10x

11. What is the vertical asymptote for f x 2x 3

? (____)

A. x 2

3

B. x

2

2

C. x

3

D. y 2

opposite opposite hypotenuse adjacent adjacent

A. B. C. D. E.

adjacent hypotenuse opposite hypotenuse opposite

opposite opposite hypotenuse adjacent adjacent

A. B. C. D. E.

adjacent hypotenuse opposite hypotenuse opposite

opposite opposite hypotenuse adjacent adjacent

A. B. C. D. E.

adjacent hypotenuse opposite hypotenuse opposite

opposite opposite hypotenuse hypotenuse adjacent

A. B. C. D. E.

adjacent hypotenuse opposite adjacent opposite

opposite opposite hypotenuse hypotenuse adjacent

A. B. C. D. E.

adjacent hypotenuse opposite adjacent opposite

opposite opposite hypotenuse hypotenuse adjacent

A. B. C. D. E.

adjacent hypotenuse opposite adjacent opposite

7

18. tan (____)

6

1 1

A. B. 1 C. 3 D. E. 3

3 3

4

19. csc (____)

3

2 2

A. B. 1 C. 3 D. 2 E.

3 3

3

20. cot (____)

2

A. -1 B. 1 C. 3 D. 0 E. undefined

2 180

A. B. C. D. E.

360 180 180

1 1 1 1 1

A. B. C. D. E.

tan cos cot sin csc

1 1 1 1 1

A. B. C. D. E.

tan cos cot sin csc

1 1 1 1 1

A. B. C. D. E.

tan cos cot sin csc

5

25. Which of the following is equivalent to sin ? (____)

6

3 7 5 15 4

A. sin B. tan C. sin D. cos E. cos

4 2 6 4 3

β

146 146 11 5 11 11

A. B. C. D. E.

5 11 5 11 146

1

27. sin x (____)

2

A. sin x B. cosx C. sinx D. cosx E. csc x

2 2

28. tan x (____)

2

A. cotx B. cosx C. cotx D. cosx E. csc x

2

29. Determine the equation of the function pictured at the right? (____)

1

A. y 4 cos x B. y 4 sin2x

2

1

C. y 4 cos2x D. y 4 sin x

2

1

E. y 3cos x

2

30. Determine the equation of the function pictured at the right? (____)

A. y 5cos2 x 1 B. y 5 sin2 x 1

6 6

1 1

C. y 5cos x 1 D. y 4 sin x

2 6 2

E. y 5cos 4x 1

A. sinx

B. cos x C. cosx

D. cos x

E. sec x

2 2 2

32. The graph at the right is ______. (____)

A. y cot x

B. y csc x

C. y tan x

D. y sin x

E. y sec x

2

33. What is the amplitude of y 3cos2 x 5? (____)

3

2

A. right B. 3 C. 5 down D. 2 E. -2

3

34. What is the amplitude of y sin x 6 ? (____)

4

A. left B. 2 C. 6 up D. 1 E. -1

4

35. What is the period of y 4 sin5 x 2 ? (____)

4

2

A. 4 B. C. right D. 2 down E. 5

5 4

A. y 2x

B. y 3x

C. y 4x

x

1

D. y

4

x

1

E. y

3

37. The graph shown is ________. (____)

A. y 2 x

B. y 3x

x

1

C. y

2

x

1

D. y

3

x

1

E. y

4

p

38. Write h 3 in its equivalent logarithmic form. (____)

A. p log3 h B. h log3 p C. 3 log p h D. log3 p h

A. b c a B. a c b C. c a b D. c b a

1

40. Simplify log2 x 2 2log2 y 8 log2 z into one logarithm. (____)

3

3 x 2z 8 F x 2y 2 I F 2

x 3z 8 I

A. log2 3 x 2 z 8y 2

B. log2

y2

C. log2 GGH z8

JJK D. log2 GH y2

JK

Part 2: Show all work you do in the space provided for each question in part 2.

each of the following questions.

a) Determine Albert’s

average velocity from 2 to

6 seconds.

b) Determine Albert’s

instantaneous velocity at 4

seconds.

2. Use differences to determine the degree of the polynomial functions that the following

tables represent.

a) x y b) x y

-2 27 -2 43

-1 -1 -1 0

0 -7 0 -7

1 -3 1 -2

2 -1 2 15

3 -13 3 68

3. Solve completely by factoring.

a) 2x 3 5x 2 x 6 0 b) 3x 4 8x 3 4x 2 16x

a) x 2 4x 32 0 b) 2x 2 11x 6 0

5. Sketch the function y

5

f x . Be sure to

2x 8

10

indicate all asymptotes and

intercepts (if any). Show how to

get each behavior near any

5

asymptotes.

x

-10 -5 5 10

-5

-10

6. Find the asymptotes for each of the following functions.

6x 3

a) f x

4x 12

7x 1

b) f x

x x 2

2

1 7 4

a)

3 5m m

x 3 18

b)

x 4 x 2 x 2 x 4

8. Use a numerical method to approximate the instantaneous rate of change for the

2x 7

function f x where x = 2.8.

x 3

9. The radius of the earth is 6380 km. A space shuttle 300 km above the earth travels

11

around the planet through an angle of radians. How far does the shuttle move?

6

3 3

10. Use a compound angle identity to rewrite sin sin cos cos as one single

3 4 3 4

trigonometric ratio and then find its exact value.

11. Determine the average rate of

y

x

a) 2sin2 7 sin 4 0

b) 2cos2 3cos 2 0

13. Prove each of the following.

a) sin tan cos

sec

b) sin cos cot

tan

2

14. The sunset time varies sinusoidally with time. The sunset time (S) in the town of Parry

2

Sound can be modelled by the equation S 1.75cos d 172 18.4 , where d is the

365

day of the year. How long a period of time (in days) is the sun setting earlier than 7:00

p.m.? You may use technology to solve this problem. If you do use technology, include a

neat labelled sketch with your solution.

15. Evaluate log6 93 . Explain how you can check this answer.

16. Solve each of the following.

a) 4x 50

b) 95x 221

17. Evaluate without the use of the log function on a calculator. (Hint: use the log laws)

a) log9 3 log9 27 b) 3log5 25

18. Simplify each of the following using the three laws of logarithms.

a) log3 144 log3 6

1

c) log z 5log x 2log u 3

3

a) log9 (x 5) 1 log9 (x 3)

b) log4 (x 2) log4 10 log4 (x 2 5x 14)

d) 52x 4 5x 5 0

20. The magnitude, M, of an earthquake is measured using the Richter scale, which is defined

I

as M log . I is the intensity of the earthquake, and Io is the intensity of a standard

Io

low level earthquake.

a) What is the Richter Scale reading for an earthquake that is 45000 times more

powerful than the standard low level earthquake?

b) How much more powerful is a 6.8 Richter Scale earthquake than a 4.0 scale quake?

a) Determine the half-life. b) How long will it take for the amount

of the isotope to decrease to 20 mg?

22. Given f x 4x 2 2x 1 and g x 3x .

y

a) Graph h x f x g x

10

4x 2 2x 1 3x

-10 -5 5 10

-5

-10

and f g x

and f g x to be different.

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