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  • HS AL2 L3 S1 05 09 UT Part2

    Graded Assignment Unit Test‚ Part 2: Polynomials and Power Functions Answer the questions. When you are finished‚ submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. (8 points) 1. Solve the equation . Check your solution(s) and state the final solution set. Show all your work. Answer: (8 points) 2. Use successive differences to classify the function represented in the table. Show all your work. x –2 –1 0 1 2 h(x) 14 5 2 5 14 Answer: (9 points) 3. For the

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  • Algebra II 4

    zeros‚ construct the polynomial function‚ f(x)‚ that will be the path of your roller coaster. Show all of your work. Answer: To create the polynomial function‚ we would need to find the three roots to create factors. The roots would be the x-coordinates‚ 6‚ -2‚ and -7 so the factors are x-6‚ x+2 and x+7. Now multiple x-6 and x+2 to get x^2-4x-12. Take that answer and multiply it by the third factor‚x+7 and it would result with x^3+x^2-28x-12x-84. Combine like terms and the polynomial function is f(x)

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  • guide to tut

    statements into one statement. db1_arr[i] = data ; ++ i ; 6. We can represent a real polynomial p(x) of degree 3 using an array of the real coefficients a0‚ a1‚ a2 and a3. p(x) = a0x3 + a1x2 + a2x + a3 Write a function get_poly that inputs a polynomial of degree 3. It fills the double array of coefficients‚ coeff [ ]‚ with inputs from the user. Also write a function poly that evaluates the polynomial at a given value of x. Use the following prototypes. void get_poly (double coeff [ ]) ;

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  • First Periodical Test In MATH 9 2014 2015

    _____________________________ Date: _______ Year and Section: ____________________ Score: ______ MULTIPLE CHOICE : Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided before each item. KNOWLEDGE ______ Which of the following value of k would make the polynomial a perfect square trinomial? A. 7 B. 8 C. 40 D. 49 ______What number must be added to in order to make it a perfect square trinomial? A. B. C. D. _____Which of the following is not a perfect square trinomial? A. C. B.

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  • Maths IA

    2013 May Candidate Name: Emil Abrahamyan Candidate Number: 006343-021 Mathematics Higher Level Type 1: Shadow Functions SHADOW FUNCTIONS The Aim of the Investigation: The overall aim of this investigation is to investigate different polynomials with different powers and create shadow function for each one. Afterwards identify the real and imaginary components of complex zeros from the key points along the x-axis using the method of shadow functions and their generators. Technology

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  • Payroll

    Algebra/Trig Review Introduction This review was originally written for my Calculus I class but it should be accessible to anyone needing a review in some basic algebra and trig topics. The review contains the occasional comment about how a topic will/can be used in a calculus class. If you aren’t in a calculus class you can ignore these comments. I don’t cover all the topics that you would see in a typical Algebra or Trig class‚ I’ve mostly covered those that I feel would be most useful for

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  • Quadratic Equation

    Quadratic Equation: Quadratic equations have many applications in the arts and sciences‚ business‚ economics‚ medicine and engineering. Quadratic Equation is a second-order polynomial equation in a single variable x. A general quadratic equation is: ax2 + bx + c = 0‚ Where‚ x is an unknown variable a‚ b‚ and c are constants (Not equal to zero) Special Forms: * x² = n if n < 0‚ then x has no real value * x² = n if n > 0‚ then x = ± n * ax² + bx = 0 x = 0‚ x = -b/a

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  • Mth Sl Type Ii Portfolio - Fishing Rods

    matrix methods or otherwise‚ find a quadratic function and a cubic function which model this situation. Explain the process you used. On a new set of axes‚ draw these model functions and the original data points. Comment on any differences. Find a polynomial function which passes through every data point. Explain you choice of function‚ and discuss its reasonableness. On a new set of axes‚ draw this model function and the original data points. Comment on any differences. Using technology‚ find one

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  • The Real World

    For four years during high school‚ we learn the principles of science and math. How to solve for x in a polynomial equation. But as a volunteer engineer for a manufacturing factory during my sophomore year‚ I found that the typical high school curriculum is just not enough to prepare students for the real world. Our schools have become too old-fashioned. Today‚ success in the real world is not about memorizing the periodic table or the quadratic equation. It’s not about studying for hours the

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  • Partial Fractions

    Partial Fractions A way of "breaking apart" fractions with polynomials in them. What are Partial Fractions? We can do this directly: Like this (read Using Rational Expressions to learn more): 2   +   3   =   2·(x+1)  + (x-2)·3 x-2 x+1 (x-2)(x+1)   Which can then be simplified to:   =   2x+2  + 3x-6    =   5x-4 x2+x-2x-2 x2-x-2   ... but how do we go in the opposite direction? That is what we discover here: How to find the "parts" that make the single fraction  (the "partial fractions")

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