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a) y

1. a) What is meant by even symmetry? 40

odd symmetry?

20

b) Describe how to determine whether a

function has even or odd symmetry. x

4 2 0 2 4

2. Describe two key differences between polynomial 20

functions and non-polynomial functions.

40

3. Compare the end behaviour of the following

functions. Explain any differences. 60

4. Determine the degree of the polynomial b) y

function modelling the following data. 40

x y 20

2 17

6 4 2 0 2 x

1 3

0 3 20

1 1 40

2 33

3 177

9. Given the function f(x) 2x2 1, describe

5. Determine an equation and sketch a graph the slope and the change in slope for the

of the function with a base function of appropriate intervals.

f(x) x4 that has been transformed by

2f(x 3) 1. Chapter 2 Polynomial Equations and Inequalities

6. Sketch the functions f(x) x3 and 10. Perform each division. Write the statement that

1 can be used to check each division. State the

g(x) _ (x 1)(x 2) on the same

2

2 restrictions.

set of axes. Label the x- and y-intercepts.

a) (4x3 6x2 4x 2) (2x 1)

State the domain and range of each function.

b) (2x3 4x 8) (x 2)

7. Consider the function

c) (x3 3x2 5x 4) (x 2)

f(x) 2x4 5x3 x2 3x 1.

d) (5x4 3x3 2x2 4x 6) (x 1)

a) Determine the average slope between the

points where x 1 and x 3. 11. Factor, if possible.

b) Determine the instantaneous slope at each a) x3 4x2 x 6

of these points. b) 2x3 x2 16x 15

c) Compare the three slopes and describe how c) x3 7x2 11x 2

the graph is changing.

d) x4 x2 1

12. Use the remainder theorem to determine the 18. For each function,

remainder for each. i) determine equations for the asymptotes

a) 4x3 7x2 3x 5 divided by x 5 ii) determine the intercepts

b) 6x4 7x2 2x 4 divided by 3x 2 iii) sketch a graph

iv) describe the increasing intervals and the

13. Use the factor theorem to determine whether

decreasing intervals

the second polynomial is a factor of the ﬁrst.

v) state the domain and the range

a) 3x5 4x3 4x2 15; x 5 1 4

a) f(x) __ b) g(x) __

b) 2x3 4x2 6x 5; x 1 x4 x2

x1 2x 3

14. Solve. c) h(x) __ d) i(x) __

x3 5x 1

a) x4 81 0 10

_ 3

e) j(x) 2 f) k(x) ___

b) x3 x2 10x 8 0 x x2 6x 27

c) 8x3 27 0 19. Analyse the slope and the change in slope

d) 12x 7x 6x 16x 0

4 2 3 for the appropriate intervals of the function

f(x) ___ 1 . Sketch a graph of the

15. A family of quartic functions has zeros 3, x2 4x 21

1, and 1 (order 2). function.

a) Write an equation for the family. State two 20. Solve algebraically.

other members of the family. 5

a) __ 4

b) Determine an equation for the member of x3

the family that passes through the point 2 4

b) __ __

(2, 6). x1 x5

6

c) Sketch the function you found in part b). c) ___ 2

x 4x 7

2

d) Determine the intervals where the function

in part b) is positive. 21. Solve each inequality. Illustrate the solution on

a number line.

16. Solve each inequality, showing the appropriate 3

steps. Illustrate your solution on a number line. a) __ 5

x4

a) (x 4)(x 3) 0 x2 8x 15

b) ___ 0

b) 2x2 x 6 0 x2 5x 4

c) x3 2x2 13x 10 22. A lab technician pours a quantity of a chemical

into a beaker of water. The rate, R, in grams

Chapter 3 Rational Functions per second, at which the chemical dissolves can

be modelled by the function R(t) __ 2t ,

17. Determine equations for the vertical and

t2 4t

horizontal asymptotes of each function. where t is the time, in seconds.

1

a) f(x) __ a) By hand or using technology, sketch a graph

x2 of this relation.

x5

b) g(x) __ b) What is the equation of the horizontal

x3

asymptote? What is its signiﬁcance?

2

c) h(x) __ c) State an appropriate domain for this relation

x2 9

1 if a rate of 0.05 g/s or less is considered to

d) k(x) __ be inconsequential.

x 4

2

Chapter 4 Trigonometry 32. Sketch a graph of each function for one period.

Label the x-intercepts and any asymptotes.

23. Determine the exact radian measure for

each angle. a) f(x) sin (x π) 1

a) 135° b) 60° [(

b) f(x) 3 cos 4 x _ π

2 )]

24. Determine the exact degree measure for

each angle. (

c) f(x) sec x _π

2 )

π 9π

a) _ b) _ 33. Solve for

∈ [0, 2π].

6 8

a) 2 sin

√3

25. A sector angle of a circle with radius 9 cm

5π . What is the perimeter of the sector? b) 2 sin

cos

cos

0

measures _

12 c) csc2

2 csc

26. Determine the exact value of each 34. The blade of a sabre saw moves up and down.

trigonometric ratio. Its vertical displacement in the ﬁrst cycle is

5π

a) cos _ 3π

b) sin _ shown in the table.

6 2

c) tan 4π

_ d) cot 11π

_ Time (s) Displacement (cm)

3 4 0 0

27. Use the sum or difference formulas to ﬁnd the 0.005 0.64

exact value of each. 0.01 1.08

a) cos _ π 11π

b) sin _ 0.015 1.19

12 12 0.02 0.92

28. Prove each identity. 0.025 0.37

a) sec x tan x __1 sin x

cos x 0.03 0.30

0.035 0.87

b) (csc x cot x) 1 cos x

2 __

0.04 1.18

1 cos x

2

__tan A 0.045 1.12

c) sin 2A

sec2 A 0.05 0.71

d) cos (x y) cos (x y) cos2 x cos2 y 1 0.055 0.08

1 and sin y _ 5 , where x and y 0.06 0.58

29. Given sin x _

5 6 0.065 1.05

are acute angles, determine the exact value of 0.07 1.19

sin (x y).

5π sin y, ﬁrst express _ 5π as a) Make a scatter plot of the data.

30. Given that cos _

8 8 b) Write a sine function to model the data.

a sum of _ π and an angle, and then apply a

2 c) Graph the sine function on the same set of

trigonometric identity to determine the axes as in part a).

measure of angle y. d) Estimate the rate of change when the

displacement is 0 cm, to one decimal place.

Chapter 5 Trigonometric Functions

31. a) State the period, amplitude, phase shift, Chapter 6 Exponential and Logarithmic

and vertical translation for the function Functions

[(

f(x) 3 sin 2 x _

2 )]

π 4. 35. Express in logarithmic form.

a) 72 49 b) ab c

b) State the domain and the range of f(x).

c) 83 512 d) 11x y

36. a) Sketch graphs of f(x) log x and 44. Solve, correct to four decimal places.

g(x) _1 log (x 1) on the same set of a) 2x 13 b) 52x 1 97

2

axes. Label the intercepts and any asymptotes. c) 3x 19 d) 43x 2 18

b) State the domain and the range of each 45. Solve. Check for extraneous roots.

function. a) log5 (x 2) log5 (2x 1) 2

b) log4 (x 3) log4 (x 4) _1

37. Express in exponential form.

2

a) log3 6561 8 b) loga 75 b 46. Determine the point(s) of intersection of the

c) log7 2401 4 d) loga 19 b 1 log (x 1).

functions f(x) log x and g(x) _

2

38. Evaluate. 47. Bismuth is used in making chemical alloys,

a) log2 256 b) log15 15 medicine, and transistors. A 10-mg sample of

c) log6 √

6 d) log3 243 bismuth-214 decays to 9 mg in 3 min.

√

121 b) How much bismuth-214 remains after 10 min?

39. Solve for x.

c) Graph the amount of bismuth-214 remaining

a) log3 x 4 b) logx 125 3

as a function of time.

c) log7 x 5 d) logx 729 6

d) Describe how the graph would change if

e) log _1 128 x f) log _1 64 x the half-life were shorter. Give reasons for

2 4

40. A culture begins with 100 000 bacteria and your answer.

grows to 125 000 bacteria after 20 min. What 48. The volume of computer parts in landﬁll sites

is the doubling period, to the nearest minute? is growing exponentially. In 2001, a particular

41. The pH scale is deﬁned as pH log [H], landﬁll site had 124 000 m3 of computer parts,

where [H] is the concentration of hydronium and in 2007, it had 347 000 m3 of parts.

ions, in moles per litre. a) What is the doubling time of the volume of

a) Eggs have a pH of 7.8. Are eggs acidic computer parts in this landﬁll site?

or alkaline? What is the concentration of b) What is the expected volume of computer

hydronium ions in eggs? parts in this landﬁll site in 2020?

b) A weak vinegar solution has a hydronium 49. The value of a particular model of car

ion concentration of 7.9 104 mol/L. depreciates by 18% per year. This model of

What is the pH of the solution? car sells for $35 000.

a) Write an equation to relate the value of the

Chapter 7 Tools and Strategies for Solving

car to the time, in years.

Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

b) Determine the value of the car after 5 years.

42. Solve each equation. Check for extraneous roots.

c) How long will it take for the car to depreciate

a) 32x 3x 21 0 to half its original value?

b) 4x 15(4)x 8 d) Sketch a graph of this relation.

43. Use the laws of logarithms to evaluate. e) Describe how the shape of the graph would

a) log8 4 log8 128

b) log7 7 √7 change if the rate of depreciation changed

to 25%.

d) log6 √

3

c) log5 10 log5 250 6

Chapter 8 Combining Functions 56. Solve. Illustrate each inequality graphically.

a) sin x 0.1x2 1

x

_

50. Consider f(x) 2 π and g(x) 2 cos (4x) for

x ∈ [0, 4π]. Sketch a graph of each function. b) x 2 2x

a) y f(x) g(x) b) y f(x) g(x) 57. A Ferris wheel rotates such that the angle of

f(x) rotation,

, is deﬁned by

_ πt , where t is the

c) y f(x)g(x) d) y _ 15

g(x)

time, in seconds. A rider’s height, h, in metres,

51. Given f(x) 2x2 3x 5 and g(x) x 3, above the ground can be modelled by the

determine each of the following. function h(

) 20 sin

22.

a) f(g(x)) b) g(f(x)) a) Write an equation for the rider’s height in

c) f(g(3)) d) g(f(7)) terms of time.

1 b) Sketch graphs of the three functions, on

52. If f(x) _

x and g(x) 4 x, determine each separate sets of axes, one above the other.

of the following, if it exists.

c) Compare the periods of the graphs of h(

)

a) f(g(3)) b) f(g(0)) and h(t).

c) f(g(4)) d) g(f(4))

58. An ofﬁce chair manufacturer models its weekly

53. Find expressions for f(g(x)) and g(f(x)), and production since 2001 by the function

state their domains. N(t) 100 25t, where t is the time, in years,

a) f(x) √

x, g(x) x 1 since 2001, and N is the number of chairs. The

b) f(x) sin x, g(x) x2 size of the manufacturer’s workforce can be

modelled by the function W(N) 3 √ N.

c) f(x) x, g(x) x2 6

a) Write the size of the workforce as a function

d) f(x) 2x 1, g(x) 3x 2

of time.

e) f(x) (x 3)2, g(x) √

x3

b) State the domain and range of the function

f) f(x) log x, g(x) 3x 1 in part a) that is relevant to this problem.

54. Consider f(x) _ 2 and g(x) √

x. Sketch its graph.

x

a) Determine f(g(x)). 59. An environmental scientist measures the

b) State the domain of f(g(x)). pollutant in a lake. The concentration, C(P),

in parts per million (ppm), of pollutant can be

c) Determine whether f(g(x)) is even, odd,

modelled as a function of the population, P,

or neither.

of the lakeside city, by C(P) 1.28P 53.12.

55. Verify, algebraically, that f (f1(x)) x for The city’s population, in ten thousands, can be

t

_

each of the following. modelled by the function P(t) 12.5 2 20 ,

a) f(x) x2 4 where t is the time, in years.

b) f(x) sin x a) Determine an equation for the concentration

c) f(x) 3x of pollutant as a function of time.

d) f(x) __1 b) Sketch a graph of this function.

x2

c) How long will it take for the concentration

to reach 100 ppm?

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