


1. 
Identify the vertex of the quadratic function.
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2. 
Use end behavior and, if necessary, zeros to match the function with its graph.
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3. 
The height of a projectile fired vertically into the air at an initial velocity of 96 ft per sec is a function of time t and is given by . Find the highest point reached by the projectile.
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4. 
Find the zeros of the polynomial function.
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5. 
Divide using long division.
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6. 
Use synthetic division to divide.
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7. 
List all the rational zeros of the function.
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8. 
Determine the possible number of negative and positive real zeros of the polynomial function.
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9. 
Use the given root to find the solution set for the polynomial equation.
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10. 
Find a third degree polynomial function with real coefficients, if 2 and 3+i are zeros of the function.
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11. 
Find the vertical asymptotes, if any, of the graph of the rational function.
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12. 
Find the horizontal asymptotes, if any, of the rational function.
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13. 
The force required to stretch a spring is directly proportional to the distance d. A force of 6 lbs stretches a spring 1.2 ft. What force will be needed to stretch the spring 3 ft?
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14. 
The illumination produced by a light source on an object varies inversely as the square of the distance of the object from the source. The illumination of a light source at 10 meters is 120 candela. What is the illumination at 15 meters from the source?
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15. 
Find the all the asymptotes, if any, of the graph of the rational function.
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