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Chapter Test

Choose the most appropriate answer for each question.

This activity contains 21 questions.

Question 1.
Without graphing determine whether the quadratic function has a minimum value or a maximum value and find the coordinates of the point. 3m3q1.gif


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Question 2.
Identify the graph of the function. 3m3q2.gif


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Question 3.
Identify the axis of symmetry for the function. 3m3q3.gif


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Question 4.

A small barbeque cooking contest had 1000 people in attendance last year with tickets costing $15 each. The organizers believe that for every 25- cent decrease in the price of the ticket, they will increase the number of attendees by 20. How much should the organizers charge for each ticket if they want to maximize their revenue?

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Question 5.
Use the Leading Coefficient Test to determine the end behavior of the graph of the polynomial function. 3m3q5.gif


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Question 6.
Which of the following describes an x-intercept of the graph of the function? 3m3q6.gif


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Question 7.
Identify the equation of the function from its graph. 3m3q7.gif


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Question 8.
Divide using long division. 3m3q8.gif


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Question 9.
If you travel a distance of 3m3q9.gif" for x + 3 hours, write the polynomial that represents the rate at which you traveled.


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Question 10.
Solve 3m3q10.gif, given that 2x - 5 is a factor of the polynomial function. 3m3q10_2.gif


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Question 11.
Find all of the zeros of the polynomial function. 3m3q11.gif


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Question 12.
Use Descartes Rule of Signs to determine which is not a possibility for the number of positive and negative real zeros of the function. 3m3q12.gif


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Question 13.
Which of the following are the upper and lower bounds of the function? 3m3q13.gif


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Question 14.
Use the Intermediate Value Theorem on the function to find an approximation to the nearest tenth for the zero that is between 3 and 4. 3m3q14.gif


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Question 15.
Use the given root to find the solution set. 3m3q15.gif


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Question 16.
Find the domain of the rational function. 3m3q16.gif


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Question 17.
Identify the graph of the rational function. 3m3q17.gif


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Question 18.
The cost of producing x units of a product is given by 3m3q18.gif. Find the average cost of producing 1000 units.


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Question 19.
Find the slant asymptotes of the rational function. 3m3q19.gif


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Question 20.
Identify the equation that expresses the relationship, if y varies jointly with x and z and inversely with the cube of v.


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Question 21.
The distance that an object will fall in t seconds varies directly with the square of t. What happens to the distance if the time is doubled?


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