Other Types of Equations; Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Inequalities; Basics of Functions and Their Graphs; Linear Functions and Slope and More on Slope

Other Types of Equations; Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Inequalities;...

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Review for Exam 2

Section 1.6. Other Types of Equations

1. Use factoring to solve the polynomial equation. Check by substitution or by using a graphing utility and identifying x-intercepts. Find the solution set.

2. Solve the polynomial equation by factoring and then using the​zero-product principle.

Find the solution set. Select the correct choice below and, if ​necessary, fill in the answer box to complete your choice.

3. Solve the polynomial equation by factoring and then using the​ zero-product principle. Find the solution set.

4. Solve the polynomial equation by factoring and then using the ​zero-product principle. Find the solution set.

5. Solve the polynomial equation by factoring and then using the​ zero-product principle.

6x4=6000x

6. Solve the radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

7. Solve the radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

8. Solve the given radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

9. Solve the radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

10. Solve the radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

11. Solve the radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

12. Solve the radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

13. Solve the radical equation. Check all proposed solutions.

14. Solve the radical equation.

15. Solve the equation by making an appropriate substitution.

16. Solve the equation by making an appropriate substitution.

17. Solve the equation by making an appropriate substitution.

18. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

19. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

20. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

21. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

22. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

23. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

24. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

25. Solve the absolute value equation or indicate that the equation has no solution.

Section 1.7. Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Inequalities

1. Use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

2. Other than empty set ∅, use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

3. Use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

4. Other than empty set ∅, use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

5. Solve the linear inequality. When the solution is other than empty set ∅, use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

6. Other than empty set ∅, use interval notation to express the solution set and graph each solution set on a number line.

7. Use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

8. Use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

9. Other than empty set ∅, use interval notation to express the solution set and graph each solution set on a number line.

10. Use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

11. Other than empty set ∅, use interval notation to express the solution set and graph each solution set on a number line.

12. Solve the linear inequality. When the solution is other than empty set ∅, use interval notation to express the solution set and graph the solution set on a number line.

13. Solve the compound inequality.

14. Solve the compound inequality.

15. Solve the compound inequality.

16. Solve the compound inequality.

17. Solve the absolute value inequality.

18. Solve the absolute value inequality.

19. Solve the absolute value inequality.

20. Solve the absolute value inequality.

21. Solve the absolute value inequality.

22. Solve the absolute value inequality.

23. Solve the absolute value inequality.

24. Solve the absolute value inequality.

25. Solve the inequality for x.

26. Solve the absolute value inequality.

Section 2.1. Basics of Functions and Their Graphs

1. Evaluate the function at the given values of the independent variable and simplify.

a. f (-6)

b. f (x+8)

c. f (-x)

2. Evaluate the function at the given values of the independent variable and simplify.

a. f (-4)

b. f (x+8)

c. f (-x)

3. Evaluate the function.

a. h (-2)

b. h (-1)

c. h (-x)

d. h (3a)

4. Evaluate the function .

a. f (-1)

b. f (99)

c. f (x-1)

5. Evaluate the function at the given values of the independent variable and simplify.

a. f (4)

b. f (-4)

c. f (-x)

6. Evaluate the function at the given values of the independent variable and simplify.

a. f (3)

b. f (-3)

c. f (

7. Use the vertical line test to determine if y is a function of x in the graph.

8. Use the vertical line test to determine if y is a function of x in the graph.

9. Use the vertical line test to determine if y is a function of x in the graph.

10. Use the vertical line test to determine if y is a function of x in the graph.

11. Use the vertical line test to determine if y is a function of x in the graph.

12. Use the graph of f to find the value of f (0).

13. Use the graph of f to find the value of f (3).

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