Math 1310

Math 1310

MATH 1310 Test 4 Review

12 Multiple Choice (75 points): Test 4 3 Free Response (25 points): Test 4 FR

Popper 28

Select Choice B for Questions #1 5

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log ( )

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d.

Domain?

20. The polynomial p(x) = x3 7x2 +7x + 15 has one root at x = 5. Determine the value of all roots.

21. Determine the exponential equation

of the following graph [in base 3]:

22. Determine the equation of the logarithmic equation of the following graph [in base 8]:

23. Which of the following is a correct

function form for the indicated parent function (there may be multiple answers).

Exponential Function:

Logarithmic Function:

f(x) = 23x g(x) = 2(-3)x

h(x) = 21x j(x) = 20x

f(x) = 2log(3x)

g(x) = 2ln(3x) h(x) = 2log-3x

j(x) = 2log3x

Popper 29: Fill out choice D for questions 1 5

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