Math Notes Algebra 2 (2024-25)

__~~~UNIT 1.1-1.2~~~__

**-CYU 1.1-**

-4a. The Graph of a function y=f(x) is shown. Find f(-1)

f(-1) essentially means that the x of the f(x) {which is -1} is the X on the graph. So, we plot the point on -1 X. Because the equation is y=f(x), we know that the function must be on the Y-line. Thus, we draw a verticle line on the -1X point, and our value is where the line intersects with that line.

-5a. The complete Graph of a function y=f(x) is shown. The table shows some values for function f. Find the values to complete the table

We can find the missing values by plotting the inputs on the X line and seeing where the line intersects on the Y axis. One intersects with 1, 0 can only intersect with 0, and -2 intersects with 4.

-6a. The function N(t) gives the number of people in an auditorium, t hours after the doors open. Two hours after the doors open, are 108 people in the auditorium.

Because N represents the number of people and T means time, N(t) represents the number of people after a specific time. Thus, the equation would be N(2)=108

-7abc. The table shows some values for the linear function f. Identify the y-intercept of the Graph of f. Determine the slope of the Graph of f. Write an equation for f(x).

a. To find the Y-intercept, we have to look for the input of 0. This is because the output from zero is the y-intercept on the 0,0 point. In the table, we see that 0’s production is 10. Thus, the Y-intercept is 10.

b. To determine the slope of the Graph, we have to use the slope formula x-x/y-y. For a table, we take the outer numbers on each side (The first and last) and use those as our points. That gives us an equation of 2—2/16-4. Both subtractions make a positive, and 16-4 is 12, so we get 4/12. Simplify to a slope of 1/3.

c. The equation will be y=mx+b. We already know the slope and y-intercept, so we plug them in for y=1/3X+10.

-10. Give the domain and range of P(d).

There are 30 days in June and 100% of the course to complete. Thus, the range and domain will be (0 X 30) and (0 X 100)

**-Interval 1.1 Notation-**

cd For a set of numbers shown on the number list below, represent the set using interval notation.

Because the point is on an unclosed -4 and ends on a closed 11-point, the interval notation will be (-4, 11].

**-1.2 Quick Check-**b, state the minimum and maximum values of the function over its entire domain.

The minimum and maximum points on the domain are the leftmost x point(minimum) and the rightmost x point(maximum). Thus, the minimum x point is (-8, -6), and the maximum x point is (9, 0).

c. state the interval over which f(x)>0

**-1.2 More Practice-**

4a. For the Function defined by f (x)=16-x^{2, Use} your calculator’s table option to help fill out the outputs in the table above.

Using the TBLSET function on the calculator would be best to get the table values. First, press the Y= button and type in the function on your calculator [(16-x^{2 })]—press graph. Press the 2nd Graph to get the TABLE. Move the arrows to see all your points. Then press 2nd WINDOW to get TBLSET. Change the table’s settings to the number at which it starts on 1. Negative and Positive inputs of the same number have the same output.

6a. The Table below shows the temperature, in degrees Fahrenheit, as a function of the number of hours after 5:00 pm. What is the y-intercept of this function? What does it represent in the context of this problem?

The y-intercept is the output from the 0 input. Thus, the y-intercept is 68, according to the table presented. In the context of the problem, the y-intercept would represent the temperature. Since the Graph starts at 5 pm and goes from 5 pm, the y-intercept would be the temperature at or after 5 pm.

**Quiz Review:**

-4c. The problem claims that the postcard’s relationship has w(l) = the width of the postcard multiplied by the length since that’s how we calculate our width. The l remains long, so to get our formula (since we know l*w=A), we would use the formula Area=l*w(l).

-5b. Since x=the x in f(x), we would plug -1 into the f(x) formula. (-1-3)^{2 }-2= 14. We can find what g(0) is since the formula for g is y=g(x), meaning that the Y value on the listed X value point is our number. Following the Graph, this makes g(0) -2. Thus, when we subtract f(x) {14} from g(0) {-2}, we get a final answer of 12.

-6ab. To get f(x)+g(x), we add the functions together because the problem claims that f(x) and g(x) equal their respective functions. Simplify 2(x-1) by distributing to get 5x-2+2x-2. Then, we combine the common factors to get a simplified answer of 7x-4.

To get f(x)-g(x), we do the same thing as above, subtracting from each other rather than adding. 5x-2-2x-2. 7x-4=3x, our answer.

-8. When we only have one poiInfinitynfinity, we use X>/<(depending on where the segment is going) other points on the line. When using interval, notInfinitynfinity uses (), not [].

-10. When using interval, notInfinitynfinity uses (), not []. Infinity also uses </>; other points are not classified as open circles or infinite use ≤/≥. The increasing intervals are from below 0 to 0, so we keep it with those points. The same applies to increasing intervals; we use interval notation to mark this, not inequalities.

-11a. Plug 4 in for X since the function is f(4). Absolute value lines don’t mean anything different; they make everything negative regardless.

-12ab. Because the function is f(x), a+c can be plugged in for X. Thus, 2a-4(a+c)can be distributed to 2a-4a+4c. Simplify and combine to get -2a+4c.

Plug the 6a-3b in for x since the function is h(x). -3(6a-3b). Distribute and simplify to get a final answer of -18a+9b.

15cde. Because we don’t have a direct function line, we must list all the points for the domain and range.

19f. Because there are multiple points on this line, we have to have the domain for each one.

__~~~UNIT 1.3-1.5~~~__

Ask about converting standard form into slope-intercept form

**-CYU 1.3-**

2. Find the average rate of change of f(x)=3x-8 between x=-7 and x=4.

Because x=-7 and x=4, we plug both X’s in our equation to get corresponding Y-POINTS. Remember , B=Y-Intercept, Y=Y points. When both X’s are plugged in, we get corresponding Y points of -29 and 4. Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change. Remember, -7 and 4 are your X points.

6b. Find a possible value for the number of people in line at t=6, given that the average rate of change of P between t=3 and t=6 is negative, but the average rate of change between t=5 and t=6 is positive.

To get a possible value, we use an inequality. We can find the values by doing slope form. T=3 has a y point of 85. We don’t know the T=6 point, so I’ll use t(6). We see both X points (3, 6), so we subtract them to get 85-t(6)/-3. Because the average rate of change between t=3 and t=6 must be negative, the top number must be positive, so t(6) can’t be over 85. For the second one, we do the same thing. The table tells us T=5 y point is 49. So, our final equation is 49-t(6)/-1. Because this slope must be positive, the top number must also be negative, meaning t(6) must be higher than 49. To get possible values, we put these two facts into inequality format. P must be more than 49 but less than 85. 49<p<85.

9. The graph of y=g(x) is shown. Order the following from least to g

Calculate the slope between each point on the given intervals for each problem using rise over run from each point on the given X intercept in the inequalities. Remember when slopes are harmful, and two negative numbers on a hill instead make an upbeat version of that slope. Order them from least to most lavish. Using this formula, the order is III, II, IV, I.

**-CYU 1.5-**

Fill in the blanks to write a piecewise equation.

If you buy 2 pounds or less, then the price is 9.95. If you buy more than 2 pounds, you pay 7.95. We already have the inequality laid out for us, so we know that the equation will be C(p)= 2 equations because there are two possible outcomes. The first is 9.95 if you pay 2 pounds or less. So, our equation will be 9.95 if 0<p≤2. This is because to pay 9.95, you must buy somewhere between 0 and 2 pounds. For the 2nd equation, it is 7.95 for over 2 pounds. So, our equation will be 7.95 if p>2. Put both into the complete function equation of C(p)= 9.95 0<p≤2, 7.95 p>2.

6. Graph y=f(x)

8bc. Does the club charge a higher hourly rate with two children than 1? If a family has more than two children, how much does the club additionally charge per hour?

The club does not charge a higher rate. This is because the shown function inequality uses ≤2, which means less than or equal to 2 regarding the first price. Thus, the number for 2 or 1 child is the same. The club additionally charges $4 an hour for more than two kids. The function shows an equation for 10 +4(x-2). X is equal to the number of children. Because we are asking for per child, we are essentially asking for the average rate of additional charge, where we can look at the slope in the equation, which is 4. Remember that asking for something usually refers to the average rate of change.

Point Slope Review. Graph the line y+4=-5/2(x+3) on the coordinate plane.

The function line tells us that the line has a point of (3, 4) by giving us those numbers on the y and x point segments of the equation. The line also provides us with the slope (-5/2), so use rise over run with the hill from the point (3, 4) across the entire Graph to get your line.

**-Mastery Check 1.3-**

Always look for the side of the table with both numbers as X-intercepts. Find the corresponding Y-intercept by looking at each number’s corresponding point on the other side of the table. Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change.

Solution (1/4).

To get the average rate of change, we have to have both X and Y points; we know the X points are the numbers on the inequality, so we see the x points are 0-8. To get the Y points, plug each X into the equation separately to get the correlating y outcome for the X. This gets us points of 18-10. Use slope form rise/run to get slope/average rate of change.

Solution (-1).

We know from the inequality the X points are 4 and 5. Find the points on the Graph for each X point to get the Y points. Look and see what their correlating y points are. These are your y points. Use the rise/run slope form to get the average rate of change.

Solution(-4).

Plot a point at -7 y. Because the slope is -x(-1), go down one and correct 1. This is your line. Draw it across the entire Graph. Because the inequality is -6≤x<-1, the line is only valid between the x points of -6 and -1, so erase the rest of your line except for the space between that. Fill in circles as needed. In the second line, place a point on y -5. The slope is 1, so go up and right 1. This is your line. Draw it across the entire Graph. Because the line is only accurate between -1 and 4, erase your line except for those in between spaces. Fill in circles as needed.

To get the average rate of change, we need to know the y and x values. We know both the x values are -2 and 2. To get the y values, plug each X value (-2, 2) into the equation separately. The sum of the equation is the Y values (after plugging x’s in, we get y values as -4 and 8). Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change. -4-8/-2-2 —> -12/-4—→ 3/1—→ 3.

Solution (3). Use parentheses when using a double negative. Aka -6=x -x^{2} —→ -(-6)^{2}

To get the average rate of change, we need to know the y and x values. We know both the x values are -7 and 1. To get the y values, plug each X value (-7, 1) into the equation separately. The sum of the equation is the Y values (after plugging x’s in, we get y values as 23 and -1). Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change. 23+1/-7-1—> 24/-8—> -3.

Solution (-3) Use Parentheses when using a double negative. Aka -6=x -x^{2} —→ -(-6)^{2}

^{-CYU 1.4-}

A table of selected values is given for odd function X. Find three other ordered pairs.

To find any other ordered pairs, we need to create the opposite of the current pairs since it is an odd function, and odd functions are opposite while even staying the same to the listed points on the table.

Benedickt was asked if the function f(x)=x

^{3}-4^{×2}-4x+19. Is he right?No, Benedickt is not correct. This is because Benedickt used -2, 2 instead of X instead of x, -x. We want to evaluate the function using all possible x values, so we plug x, -x (1, -1) in the equation instead. Plugging these values in, we get that X=0 and -X=6, so it is neither even nor odd because the x values are not even to each other and are not opposite. Benedickt is wrong because the function is neither nor not even. He is terrible because he used 2, -2 as points instead of x, -x.

Determine if the statement is true or false. Reflecting an even or odd function across the x-axis does not affect its function’s symmetry.

This statement is true. This is true because when reflected, both even and odd points will not change numbers; even if they are made negative/positive, the number value itself will not change, keeping it symmetrical.

**-Mastery Check 1.5-**Solution: 0.

To get our answer, we must plug -7 in for x on the first equation. This is because we are trying to find f(-7); because f(x) is our original equation, we know -7 will be plugged in for x in one of the equations. To find which equation, plug -7 in for x at each inequality to see which one is true. Because -7 is not greater than or equal to negative 2 (2nd equation) but is less than -5 (1st equation), we know to plug -7 into the first equation to get our answer. Plug -7 in for x and calculate to get a final answer of 0.

Place a point at -7 (y). Draw a line using slope (4x, 4/1) across the entire Graph. Because inequality is only true when x is less than or equal to one, erase all lines above 1. Fill in circles as needed. This is the line of equation one. To get the line of equation 2, do the above steps the same, only plugging in the y and slope and inequality listed in the 2nd equation. (Y=3, Slope= -2/1, inequality is x>5)

To find f(1), look for the point on the 1 x value. Because there are multiple points, choose the end with the closed/filled circle. To get the answer, look at the y value of the line you picked. That is your answer.

To graph the first equation, place a point at -1 y-intercept. There is no slope; a straight line will be throughout the Graph. Erase line except for inequality (-4<x<1). For the second line, plot the point at y two and draw the line with a slope of 1 across the entire Graph. Erase the line in all places except between the x-intercepts designated on the inequality (1, 5). Fill in circles as needed.

**-Pre-assessment-**Plot a point at y one and draw the line with a slope of -1. Remember that the denominator of the slope is still positive. Otherwise, it would be two negatives, which would turn into a positive. Erase the line except for inequality designated space between designated X’s (-3, 2). Do the above steps with the first equation with the 2nd function, using only the first equation numbers.

Plot a point at 9. Draw a line from that point with a slope of -1. The inequality is x>5, so the line is only valid (and drawn) when the line is greater than 5. For the 2nd equation, plot a point at 0 because no y-intercept is given. Draw a line from 0 at a slope of -1. Erase the line except for when the line is less than or equal to -2 because that is our inequality (x≤-2). Fill in circles as needed.

**HOW TO GRAPH PIECEWISE FUNCTIONS:**Take the equation above as an example. The -1 is the y-intercept, so we’ll place a point there. Because there is no x, we have no slope, so we keep it a straight line across the ENTIRE Graph. Then, look at your inequality. Because the disparity states -4<x<1, the line is only valid between those X points. Erase the rest of the Graph and fill in circles as needed. Because the second one has an equation of x+2, we will plot a point of 2 on the y-intercept; then, because X is placed before 2, we know X (which is equal to 1/1) is our slope, so we will graph a line using that slope from the y-intercept across the ENTIRE Graph. Plot the line regarding the inequality and fill in circles as needed.

**HOW TO EVALUATE PIECEWISE FUNCTIONS:***Take the above equation as an example. Find f(1). Find the X point for one on the Graph. Then, look on the Y-line for the corresponding point. If there are multiple points, choose the one with a closed circle. It is undefined if no closed circle lines exist on the following Y-intercept.***-1.3-1.5 Practice Problems-**3b. Calculate the average rate of change if y=2x

^{2 }+ x +2 [0, 1/2]. To calculate our average rate of change, we need to know both x and y values. The brackets [] give us the x values, so we only need to find the y. To find the y, we plug each x point into the equation separately to get the corresponding y points. Remember to square the x first and multiply it by the following number. This gets us the values of 2 and 3. Use slope form to get the average rate of change. 2-3/0-.5 2.4a. Calculate the y and x-intercepts in the function. To calculate the y-intercept, make x=0. Look at the inequalities. The equation you will use in the function is whichever inequality has the true statement with 0. Plug x in for 0 in the function and calculate to get y-intercept (3). To get the x-intercept, look at the inequalities, but this time, see which one is true with x as 1. Whichever inequality is true, the correlating equation we use. Make the equation equal to 0, and calculate to get the x value(-3/2).

**-Practice Test (Can’t Find Document)-**Remember to subtract the two’s before making the slope.

Remember that y is a verticle line, and x is a horizontal line, so when a line only goes through one, it is either y= or x=, depending on which line it falls under.

When plotting the y-axis in function notation, you need to place the number the line goes through on the equation. So, if the completed function doesn’t go through the y-axis, keep using the shown slope until you get there. Plot that number on the equation.

Remember that if both X values match the inequality, use both.

__~~ALGEBRA 1 REVIEW~~__**-CYU A-**1a. Rewrite the equation in slope-intercept form: x+2y=-2

2. Write an equation in a point-slope form that passes through the points (-3,8) and (5,-4).

3. Write an equation in slope-intercept form that goes through the points (3, -4) and (-3, 5)

4. Write an equation in a standard form that passes through the points (6, -4) and (12, 2)

**-CYU B-**Which of the following points passes through the point (-4, -8)?

6a. The points (-3, 6) and (6, 0) are plotted on the grid below. Find an equation, in y=mx+b form, for the line passing through these two points.

**~~UNIT 1.6-1.7~~**

**-1.6 Quick Check-**1b. Consider the 3 functions, f(x), g(x), and h(x) shown below. h(g(5))

H(g(5)) is -5. This is because the output of 5 on g is 0, and the y value on the H function graph has a -5 intercept on the 0 point.

1c. Consider the 3 functions, f(x), g(x), and h(x) shown below. (g*f)(-12)

To get f(-12), plug 12 in for the x value on the equation, which gets us -8. Then this makes g(-8), which the table shows is -6.

2b. (G*f) (2)

f(2) is shown to be five on the table, so we make the equation g(5). G(5) is shown to be six on the table.

3b. Given the functions f(x)=3x-2 and g(x)-5x+4, determine formulas in the simplest y=ax+b form for: g(f(x))

G(f(x)). This essentially means that we will plug the f equation into the g x coordinates since f equals the g x coordinates. So, after plugging in, we get 5(3x-2)+4. Distribute to get 15x-10+4. Combine like terms to get 15x-6.

**-1.6 CYU-**1b. Given f(x)=3x-4 and g(x)=2x+7 evaluate: g(f(-2))

Plug -2 in for the x of the f function. This gets 3(-2)-4=-10. Plug -10 into the g function to get -2(-10)+7=27.

3b. The graphs of y=h(x) and y=k(x) are shown below. (k • h) (0).

Find the y point that’s on the 0 point since were looking at h(0). This equals 1. Then, move 1 to the right and find the next point in general, not just on the line. The next point is 5, but there are no points on the 1 x value, so we will place it on the next point in general, which is 5.

4. If g(x)=3x-5 and h(x)=2x-4 then (g•h)(x)=?

To get this, we must place the h function into the x-intercept(s) of the g function. This makes 3(2x-4)-5. Distribute to get 6x-12-5. Combine like terms to get 6x-17.

7. Physics students are studying the effects of temperature, t, on the speed of sound, S. Round to the nearest tenth.

Because the equation is K(C)=C+273.15, an we are given that the C=30. We will plug that number in to get K for the next equation, which was also given (√(410K). 30(C)+273.15 is 303.15, and since this equals K, we plug 303.15 into the 2nd equation. √410(303.15). This makes a final answer of 352.5.

8c. Consider the functions f(x)=2x+9 and g(x)=x-9/2. g(f(x))

Plug the f equation into the x intercept(s) of the g function. This gets us 2x+9-9/2. Combine like terms to get 2x+0/2—> 2x/2 is our final answer.

**-1.6 Mastery Check-**

Question 2: Find the y value of the

Question 3: Plug -3 into the g function. This gets 2(-3)^{2}+7(-3)-3. Combine and multiply. Rememember to do the square on the parentheses number and multiply by it’s counterpart. This equation equals -6. This makes f(g(-3)=f(-6) since g(-3)=-6 and you work inside out. Plug f(-6) into the f equation. 4(-6)-1 (Final answer; -25).

**-1.7 Mastery Check Retake-**

Question 2: Solution: f^{-1}(x)=x/4-3

Swap the X and Y values and then get the Y alone to get the inverse function. Swapped values makes the function X=4(y+3). Use algebra to get the Y alone x/4=y+3. x/4-3=y (f^{-1}(x))

Question 3: Solution: *f*^{-1}(*x*)=^{3}√*x*+4

Swap the X and Y values and get the y alone to have the inverse function. x=(y-4)^{3}. ^{3}√x=y-4. ^{3}√x+4=y.

Question 2a (retake) Solution: *f ^{-1}*(

Swap the X and Y values and get the Y alone to get the inverse function. X=2(y-1). x/2=y-1. x/2+1=y.

*Question 2b(retake) Solution: f*^{-1}(*x*)=x^{7}/6

Swap the X and Y values and get Y alone to find inverse function. X=6y^{1/7 }X^{7}=6y—> X^{7}/6=y

**-1.7 More Practice-**

8.If g(7)=-3 and g^{-1}(4)=2, find 1/3g(2)+5/3g^{-1}(-3)

Because g(7)=-3 and g^{-1}(4)=2, we can plug in the g(2) and the g(-3) for 4 and 7. This gets 1/3(4)+5/3(7). Use fraction multiplication to get 4/3+35/3=39/3. Simplify to get 13 as our final answer.

Study plan: Unit 1.1-1.2 Questions Friday, Unit 1.3-1.5 Saturday, Unit 1.6-1.7 Sunday Monday practice exams.

**-1.7 CYU-**

The graph of function y=g(x) is shown below. The value of g

^{-1}(2) is:

**-Unit 1 practice test-**

Remember that functions need to have no repeating inputs, not outputs,

Remember that f(x)=10 means the equation is equal to 10, not X.

f(x)>0 means that it’s asking for the positive part of the line.

Remember to add the 2 first and then divide by 4. Add, then divide.

The graph of a function and the graph of it’s inverse will always be symmetrical to the Y=X line.

Put Y=2x-9 into point slope form with the point listed and solve by getting the y alone.

Because the distance is miles over the hour, we put miles/hour/minute, since distance/time.

20b. f(x)=5 is essentially asking y=5, so just look at how many times the line crosses the y point at 5.

21abc. Remember slope is y/x. Remember that to get the inverse function, you

*NEED*to swap the x and y values and get the y alone. Only way that works.Slope always starts from the lefternmost side. Count correctly.

24b. Remember to add/subtract first and then divide/multiply. To the opposite function to the other side to get answer.

Remember that slope is y/x.

29bc. Remember that you need to subtract the 922 from the 28m to get the number of cars. Remember that because it says after 25 minutes, you need to add 25 minutes to that 7 you got.

**-Delta Extra Practice-**

Solution: -1

__~~UNIT 2.1~~__

**-2.1 Quick Check-**

Which parent function(s) demonstrate a constant rate of change?

Identify the parent function in each of the following equations:

a. Determine if the relationship is linear, quadratic, or neither.

__~~UNIT 2.2-2.3~~__

**-2.2 Extra Practice-**

5) Identify the solid parent function, then describe the transformation necessary to transform the graph of f(x) into that of g(x). Write the equation of the graphed line.

6) Identify the solid parent function, then describe the transformation necessary to transform the graph of f(x) into that of g(x). Write the equation of the graphed line.

19) Sketch the Graph of Each Function. g(x)=x^{3}-3

20) Sketch the Graph of Each Function. g(x)=1/x-2

27) y=4^{x+2}

28) y=2^{x}+1

29) y=2^{x+1}-2

30) y=2^{x+2}+1

**-Quizziz 2.2-2.3-**

**-2.2-2.3 Mastery Check-**

**-2.3 CYU-**

After a reflection on the x-axis, the parabola y=4-x would have the equation:

Which of the following equations shows the graph shown below?

If (h)x represents a parabola whose turning point is (-3,7) and the function f is defined by f(x)=-h(x+2), what are the coordinates of the turning point f?2

**-2.3 Extra Practice-**Identify the solid parent function and write the equation of the dashed line.

Describe the transformation. f(x)=√x/g(x)=-√x-3

Describe the transformation. g(x)=-|x|-1

Sketch the graph. g(x)=

*√*x-3+2

**-2.4 CYU-**The quadratic function f(x) has a turning point at (-3, 6). The quadratic y=2/3 f(x)+3 would have a turning point of:

The graph of y-h(x) is shown below. Specify the transformations and the order in which they occurred.

A parabola is shown graphed to the right as a transformation of y=x

^{2. }Based on your answer, write an equation for the parabola.The function h(x) is defined by the equation h(x)=4f(x)-12. Write h(x) in its factored form.

**-2.4 Extra Practice-**1) f(x)=√x—>g(x)=1/2√x

4) f(x)=1/x—→g(x)=-3/x-2

7) Sketch the graph of each function. g(x)=1/3*|x|

8) g(x)=2x

12) g(x)=2/x+2

**-2.5 CYU-**

Sketch the Graph of the function. g(x)=√3x

g(x)=√1/3(x-3)

g(x)=-(1/2x)

^{3 }Transform the given function f(x) as described and write the resulting function as an equation. Expand horizontally by a factor of 2.

f(x)=|x| compress vertically by a factor of 3 reflect across the x-axis.

__~~~UNIT 1.1-1.2~~~__

**-CYU 1.1-**

-4a. The Graph of a function y=f(x) is shown. Find f(-1)

f(-1) essentially means that the x of the f(x) {which is -1} is the X on the graph. So, we plot the point on -1 X. Because the equation is y=f(x), we know that the function must be on the Y-line. Thus, we draw a verticle line on the -1X point, and our value is where the line intersects with that line.

-5a. The complete Graph of a function y=f(x) is shown. The table shows some values for function f. Find the values to complete the table

We can find the missing values by plotting the inputs on the X line and seeing where the line intersects on the Y axis. One intersects with 1, 0 can only intersect with 0, and -2 intersects with 4.

-6a. The function N(t) gives the number of people in an auditorium, t hours after the doors open. Two hours after the doors open, are 108 people in the auditorium.

Because N represents the number of people and T means time, N(t) represents the number of people after a specific time. Thus, the equation would be N(2)=108

-7abc. The table shows some values for the linear function f. Identify the y-intercept of the Graph of f. Determine the slope of the Graph of f. Write an equation for f(x).

a. To find the Y-intercept, we have to look for the input of 0. This is because the output from zero is the y-intercept on the 0,0 point. In the table, we see that 0’s production is 10. Thus, the Y-intercept is 10.

b. To determine the slope of the Graph, we have to use the slope formula x-x/y-y. For a table, we take the outer numbers on each side (The first and last) and use those as our points. That gives us an equation of 2—2/16-4. Both subtractions make a positive, and 16-4 is 12, so we get 4/12. Simplify to a slope of 1/3.

c. The equation will be y=mx+b. We already know the slope and y-intercept, so we plug them in for y=1/3X+10.

-10. Give the domain and range of P(d).

There are 30 days in June and 100% of the course to complete. Thus, the range and domain will be (0 X 30) and (0 X 100)

**-Interval 1.1 Notation-**

cd For a set of numbers shown on the number list below, represent the set using interval notation.

Because the point is on an unclosed -4 and ends on a closed 11-point, the interval notation will be (-4, 11].

**-1.2 Quick Check-**b, state the minimum and maximum values of the function over its entire domain.

The minimum and maximum points on the domain are the leftmost x point(minimum) and the rightmost x point(maximum). Thus, the minimum x point is (-8, -6), and the maximum x point is (9, 0).

c. state the interval over which f(x)>0

**-1.2 More Practice-**

4a. For the Function defined by f (x)=16-x^{2, Use} your calculator’s table option to help fill out the outputs in the table above.

Using the TBLSET function on the calculator would be best to get the table values. First, press the Y= button and type in the function on your calculator [(16-x^{2 })]—press graph. Press the 2nd Graph to get the TABLE. Move the arrows to see all your points. Then press 2nd WINDOW to get TBLSET. Change the table’s settings to the number at which it starts on 1. Negative and Positive inputs of the same number have the same output.

6a. The Table below shows the temperature, in degrees Fahrenheit, as a function of the number of hours after 5:00 pm. What is the y-intercept of this function? What does it represent in the context of this problem?

The y-intercept is the output from the 0 input. Thus, the y-intercept is 68, according to the table presented. In the context of the problem, the y-intercept would represent the temperature. Since the Graph starts at 5 pm and goes from 5 pm, the y-intercept would be the temperature at or after 5 pm.

**Quiz Review:**

-4c. The problem claims that the postcard’s relationship has w(l) = the width of the postcard multiplied by the length since that’s how we calculate our width. The l remains long, so to get our formula (since we know l*w=A), we would use the formula Area=l*w(l).

-5b. Since x=the x in f(x), we would plug -1 into the f(x) formula. (-1-3)^{2 }-2= 14. We can find what g(0) is since the formula for g is y=g(x), meaning that the Y value on the listed X value point is our number. Following the Graph, this makes g(0) -2. Thus, when we subtract f(x) {14} from g(0) {-2}, we get a final answer of 12.

-6ab. To get f(x)+g(x), we add the functions together because the problem claims that f(x) and g(x) equal their respective functions. Simplify 2(x-1) by distributing to get 5x-2+2x-2. Then, we combine the common factors to get a simplified answer of 7x-4.

To get f(x)-g(x), we do the same thing as above, subtracting from each other rather than adding. 5x-2-2x-2. 7x-4=3x, our answer.

-8. When we only have one poiInfinitynfinity, we use X>/<(depending on where the segment is going) other points on the line. When using interval, notInfinitynfinity uses (), not [].

-10. When using interval, notInfinitynfinity uses (), not []. Infinity also uses </>; other points are not classified as open circles or infinite use ≤/≥. The increasing intervals are from below 0 to 0, so we keep it with those points. The same applies to increasing intervals; we use interval notation to mark this, not inequalities.

-11a. Plug 4 in for X since the function is f(4). Absolute value lines don’t mean anything different; they make everything negative regardless.

-12ab. Because the function is f(x), a+c can be plugged in for X. Thus, 2a-4(a+c)can be distributed to 2a-4a+4c. Simplify and combine to get -2a+4c.

Plug the 6a-3b in for x since the function is h(x). -3(6a-3b). Distribute and simplify to get a final answer of -18a+9b.

15cde. Because we don’t have a direct function line, we must list all the points for the domain and range.

19f. Because there are multiple points on this line, we have to have the domain for each one.

__~~~UNIT 1.3-1.5~~~__

Ask about converting standard form into slope-intercept form

**-CYU 1.3-**

2. Find the average rate of change of f(x)=3x-8 between x=-7 and x=4.

Because x=-7 and x=4, we plug both X’s in our equation to get corresponding Y-POINTS. Remember , B=Y-Intercept, Y=Y points. When both X’s are plugged in, we get corresponding Y points of -29 and 4. Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change. Remember, -7 and 4 are your X points.

6b. Find a possible value for the number of people in line at t=6, given that the average rate of change of P between t=3 and t=6 is negative, but the average rate of change between t=5 and t=6 is positive.

To get a possible value, we use an inequality. We can find the values by doing slope form. T=3 has a y point of 85. We don’t know the T=6 point, so I’ll use t(6). We see both X points (3, 6), so we subtract them to get 85-t(6)/-3. Because the average rate of change between t=3 and t=6 must be negative, the top number must be positive, so t(6) can’t be over 85. For the second one, we do the same thing. The table tells us T=5 y point is 49. So, our final equation is 49-t(6)/-1. Because this slope must be positive, the top number must also be negative, meaning t(6) must be higher than 49. To get possible values, we put these two facts into inequality format. P must be more than 49 but less than 85. 49<p<85.

9. The graph of y=g(x) is shown. Order the following from least to g

Calculate the slope between each point on the given intervals for each problem using rise over run from each point on the given X intercept in the inequalities. Remember when slopes are harmful, and two negative numbers on a hill instead make an upbeat version of that slope. Order them from least to most lavish. Using this formula, the order is III, II, IV, I.

**-CYU 1.5-**

Fill in the blanks to write a piecewise equation.

If you buy 2 pounds or less, then the price is 9.95. If you buy more than 2 pounds, you pay 7.95. We already have the inequality laid out for us, so we know that the equation will be C(p)= 2 equations because there are two possible outcomes. The first is 9.95 if you pay 2 pounds or less. So, our equation will be 9.95 if 0<p≤2. This is because to pay 9.95, you must buy somewhere between 0 and 2 pounds. For the 2nd equation, it is 7.95 for over 2 pounds. So, our equation will be 7.95 if p>2. Put both into the complete function equation of C(p)= 9.95 0<p≤2, 7.95 p>2.

6. Graph y=f(x)

8bc. Does the club charge a higher hourly rate with two children than 1? If a family has more than two children, how much does the club additionally charge per hour?

The club does not charge a higher rate. This is because the shown function inequality uses ≤2, which means less than or equal to 2 regarding the first price. Thus, the number for 2 or 1 child is the same. The club additionally charges $4 an hour for more than two kids. The function shows an equation for 10 +4(x-2). X is equal to the number of children. Because we are asking for per child, we are essentially asking for the average rate of additional charge, where we can look at the slope in the equation, which is 4. Remember that asking for something usually refers to the average rate of change.

Point Slope Review. Graph the line y+4=-5/2(x+3) on the coordinate plane.

The function line tells us that the line has a point of (3, 4) by giving us those numbers on the y and x point segments of the equation. The line also provides us with the slope (-5/2), so use rise over run with the hill from the point (3, 4) across the entire Graph to get your line.

**-Mastery Check 1.3-**

Always look for the side of the table with both numbers as X-intercepts. Find the corresponding Y-intercept by looking at each number’s corresponding point on the other side of the table. Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change.

Solution (1/4).

To get the average rate of change, we have to have both X and Y points; we know the X points are the numbers on the inequality, so we see the x points are 0-8. To get the Y points, plug each X into the equation separately to get the correlating y outcome for the X. This gets us points of 18-10. Use slope form rise/run to get slope/average rate of change.

Solution (-1).

We know from the inequality the X points are 4 and 5. Find the points on the Graph for each X point to get the Y points. Look and see what their correlating y points are. These are your y points. Use the rise/run slope form to get the average rate of change.

Solution(-4).

Plot a point at -7 y. Because the slope is -x(-1), go down one and correct 1. This is your line. Draw it across the entire Graph. Because the inequality is -6≤x<-1, the line is only valid between the x points of -6 and -1, so erase the rest of your line except for the space between that. Fill in circles as needed. In the second line, place a point on y -5. The slope is 1, so go up and right 1. This is your line. Draw it across the entire Graph. Because the line is only accurate between -1 and 4, erase your line except for those in between spaces. Fill in circles as needed.

To get the average rate of change, we need to know the y and x values. We know both the x values are -2 and 2. To get the y values, plug each X value (-2, 2) into the equation separately. The sum of the equation is the Y values (after plugging x’s in, we get y values as -4 and 8). Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change. -4-8/-2-2 —> -12/-4—→ 3/1—→ 3.

Solution (3). Use parentheses when using a double negative. Aka -6=x -x^{2} —→ -(-6)^{2}

To get the average rate of change, we need to know the y and x values. We know both the x values are -7 and 1. To get the y values, plug each X value (-7, 1) into the equation separately. The sum of the equation is the Y values (after plugging x’s in, we get y values as 23 and -1). Use the slope formula to get the average rate of change. 23+1/-7-1—> 24/-8—> -3.

Solution (-3) Use Parentheses when using a double negative. Aka -6=x -x^{2} —→ -(-6)^{2}

^{-CYU 1.4-}

A table of selected values is given for odd function X. Find three other ordered pairs.

To find any other ordered pairs, we need to create the opposite of the current pairs since it is an odd function, and odd functions are opposite while even staying the same to the listed points on the table.

Benedickt was asked if the function f(x)=x

^{3}-4^{×2}-4x+19. Is he right?No, Benedickt is not correct. This is because Benedickt used -2, 2 instead of X instead of x, -x. We want to evaluate the function using all possible x values, so we plug x, -x (1, -1) in the equation instead. Plugging these values in, we get that X=0 and -X=6, so it is neither even nor odd because the x values are not even to each other and are not opposite. Benedickt is wrong because the function is neither nor not even. He is terrible because he used 2, -2 as points instead of x, -x.

Determine if the statement is true or false. Reflecting an even or odd function across the x-axis does not affect its function’s symmetry.

This statement is true. This is true because when reflected, both even and odd points will not change numbers; even if they are made negative/positive, the number value itself will not change, keeping it symmetrical.

**-Mastery Check 1.5-**Solution: 0.

To get our answer, we must plug -7 in for x on the first equation. This is because we are trying to find f(-7); because f(x) is our original equation, we know -7 will be plugged in for x in one of the equations. To find which equation, plug -7 in for x at each inequality to see which one is true. Because -7 is not greater than or equal to negative 2 (2nd equation) but is less than -5 (1st equation), we know to plug -7 into the first equation to get our answer. Plug -7 in for x and calculate to get a final answer of 0.

Place a point at -7 (y). Draw a line using slope (4x, 4/1) across the entire Graph. Because inequality is only true when x is less than or equal to one, erase all lines above 1. Fill in circles as needed. This is the line of equation one. To get the line of equation 2, do the above steps the same, only plugging in the y and slope and inequality listed in the 2nd equation. (Y=3, Slope= -2/1, inequality is x>5)

To find f(1), look for the point on the 1 x value. Because there are multiple points, choose the end with the closed/filled circle. To get the answer, look at the y value of the line you picked. That is your answer.

To graph the first equation, place a point at -1 y-intercept. There is no slope; a straight line will be throughout the Graph. Erase line except for inequality (-4<x<1). For the second line, plot the point at y two and draw the line with a slope of 1 across the entire Graph. Erase the line in all places except between the x-intercepts designated on the inequality (1, 5). Fill in circles as needed.

**-Pre-assessment-**Plot a point at y one and draw the line with a slope of -1. Remember that the denominator of the slope is still positive. Otherwise, it would be two negatives, which would turn into a positive. Erase the line except for inequality designated space between designated X’s (-3, 2). Do the above steps with the first equation with the 2nd function, using only the first equation numbers.

Plot a point at 9. Draw a line from that point with a slope of -1. The inequality is x>5, so the line is only valid (and drawn) when the line is greater than 5. For the 2nd equation, plot a point at 0 because no y-intercept is given. Draw a line from 0 at a slope of -1. Erase the line except for when the line is less than or equal to -2 because that is our inequality (x≤-2). Fill in circles as needed.

**HOW TO GRAPH PIECEWISE FUNCTIONS:**Take the equation above as an example. The -1 is the y-intercept, so we’ll place a point there. Because there is no x, we have no slope, so we keep it a straight line across the ENTIRE Graph. Then, look at your inequality. Because the disparity states -4<x<1, the line is only valid between those X points. Erase the rest of the Graph and fill in circles as needed. Because the second one has an equation of x+2, we will plot a point of 2 on the y-intercept; then, because X is placed before 2, we know X (which is equal to 1/1) is our slope, so we will graph a line using that slope from the y-intercept across the ENTIRE Graph. Plot the line regarding the inequality and fill in circles as needed.

**HOW TO EVALUATE PIECEWISE FUNCTIONS:***Take the above equation as an example. Find f(1). Find the X point for one on the Graph. Then, look on the Y-line for the corresponding point. If there are multiple points, choose the one with a closed circle. It is undefined if no closed circle lines exist on the following Y-intercept.***-1.3-1.5 Practice Problems-**3b. Calculate the average rate of change if y=2x

^{2 }+ x +2 [0, 1/2]. To calculate our average rate of change, we need to know both x and y values. The brackets [] give us the x values, so we only need to find the y. To find the y, we plug each x point into the equation separately to get the corresponding y points. Remember to square the x first and multiply it by the following number. This gets us the values of 2 and 3. Use slope form to get the average rate of change. 2-3/0-.5 2.4a. Calculate the y and x-intercepts in the function. To calculate the y-intercept, make x=0. Look at the inequalities. The equation you will use in the function is whichever inequality has the true statement with 0. Plug x in for 0 in the function and calculate to get y-intercept (3). To get the x-intercept, look at the inequalities, but this time, see which one is true with x as 1. Whichever inequality is true, the correlating equation we use. Make the equation equal to 0, and calculate to get the x value(-3/2).

**-Practice Test (Can’t Find Document)-**Remember to subtract the two’s before making the slope.

Remember that y is a verticle line, and x is a horizontal line, so when a line only goes through one, it is either y= or x=, depending on which line it falls under.

When plotting the y-axis in function notation, you need to place the number the line goes through on the equation. So, if the completed function doesn’t go through the y-axis, keep using the shown slope until you get there. Plot that number on the equation.

Remember that if both X values match the inequality, use both.

__~~ALGEBRA 1 REVIEW~~__**-CYU A-**1a. Rewrite the equation in slope-intercept form: x+2y=-2

2. Write an equation in a point-slope form that passes through the points (-3,8) and (5,-4).

3. Write an equation in slope-intercept form that goes through the points (3, -4) and (-3, 5)

4. Write an equation in a standard form that passes through the points (6, -4) and (12, 2)

**-CYU B-**Which of the following points passes through the point (-4, -8)?

6a. The points (-3, 6) and (6, 0) are plotted on the grid below. Find an equation, in y=mx+b form, for the line passing through these two points.

**~~UNIT 1.6-1.7~~**

**-1.6 Quick Check-**1b. Consider the 3 functions, f(x), g(x), and h(x) shown below. h(g(5))

H(g(5)) is -5. This is because the output of 5 on g is 0, and the y value on the H function graph has a -5 intercept on the 0 point.

1c. Consider the 3 functions, f(x), g(x), and h(x) shown below. (g*f)(-12)

To get f(-12), plug 12 in for the x value on the equation, which gets us -8. Then this makes g(-8), which the table shows is -6.

2b. (G*f) (2)

f(2) is shown to be five on the table, so we make the equation g(5). G(5) is shown to be six on the table.

3b. Given the functions f(x)=3x-2 and g(x)-5x+4, determine formulas in the simplest y=ax+b form for: g(f(x))

G(f(x)). This essentially means that we will plug the f equation into the g x coordinates since f equals the g x coordinates. So, after plugging in, we get 5(3x-2)+4. Distribute to get 15x-10+4. Combine like terms to get 15x-6.

**-1.6 CYU-**1b. Given f(x)=3x-4 and g(x)=2x+7 evaluate: g(f(-2))

Plug -2 in for the x of the f function. This gets 3(-2)-4=-10. Plug -10 into the g function to get -2(-10)+7=27.

3b. The graphs of y=h(x) and y=k(x) are shown below. (k • h) (0).

Find the y point that’s on the 0 point since were looking at h(0). This equals 1. Then, move 1 to the right and find the next point in general, not just on the line. The next point is 5, but there are no points on the 1 x value, so we will place it on the next point in general, which is 5.

4. If g(x)=3x-5 and h(x)=2x-4 then (g•h)(x)=?

To get this, we must place the h function into the x-intercept(s) of the g function. This makes 3(2x-4)-5. Distribute to get 6x-12-5. Combine like terms to get 6x-17.

7. Physics students are studying the effects of temperature, t, on the speed of sound, S. Round to the nearest tenth.

Because the equation is K(C)=C+273.15, an we are given that the C=30. We will plug that number in to get K for the next equation, which was also given (√(410K). 30(C)+273.15 is 303.15, and since this equals K, we plug 303.15 into the 2nd equation. √410(303.15). This makes a final answer of 352.5.

8c. Consider the functions f(x)=2x+9 and g(x)=x-9/2. g(f(x))

Plug the f equation into the x intercept(s) of the g function. This gets us 2x+9-9/2. Combine like terms to get 2x+0/2—> 2x/2 is our final answer.

**-1.6 Mastery Check-**

Question 2: Find the y value of the

Question 3: Plug -3 into the g function. This gets 2(-3)^{2}+7(-3)-3. Combine and multiply. Rememember to do the square on the parentheses number and multiply by it’s counterpart. This equation equals -6. This makes f(g(-3)=f(-6) since g(-3)=-6 and you work inside out. Plug f(-6) into the f equation. 4(-6)-1 (Final answer; -25).

**-1.7 Mastery Check Retake-**

Question 2: Solution: f^{-1}(x)=x/4-3

Swap the X and Y values and then get the Y alone to get the inverse function. Swapped values makes the function X=4(y+3). Use algebra to get the Y alone x/4=y+3. x/4-3=y (f^{-1}(x))

Question 3: Solution: *f*^{-1}(*x*)=^{3}√*x*+4

Swap the X and Y values and get the y alone to have the inverse function. x=(y-4)^{3}. ^{3}√x=y-4. ^{3}√x+4=y.

Question 2a (retake) Solution: *f ^{-1}*(

Swap the X and Y values and get the Y alone to get the inverse function. X=2(y-1). x/2=y-1. x/2+1=y.

*Question 2b(retake) Solution: f*^{-1}(*x*)=x^{7}/6

Swap the X and Y values and get Y alone to find inverse function. X=6y^{1/7 }X^{7}=6y—> X^{7}/6=y

**-1.7 More Practice-**

8.If g(7)=-3 and g^{-1}(4)=2, find 1/3g(2)+5/3g^{-1}(-3)

Because g(7)=-3 and g^{-1}(4)=2, we can plug in the g(2) and the g(-3) for 4 and 7. This gets 1/3(4)+5/3(7). Use fraction multiplication to get 4/3+35/3=39/3. Simplify to get 13 as our final answer.

Study plan: Unit 1.1-1.2 Questions Friday, Unit 1.3-1.5 Saturday, Unit 1.6-1.7 Sunday Monday practice exams.

**-1.7 CYU-**

The graph of function y=g(x) is shown below. The value of g

^{-1}(2) is:

**-Unit 1 practice test-**

Remember that functions need to have no repeating inputs, not outputs,

Remember that f(x)=10 means the equation is equal to 10, not X.

f(x)>0 means that it’s asking for the positive part of the line.

Remember to add the 2 first and then divide by 4. Add, then divide.

The graph of a function and the graph of it’s inverse will always be symmetrical to the Y=X line.

Put Y=2x-9 into point slope form with the point listed and solve by getting the y alone.

Because the distance is miles over the hour, we put miles/hour/minute, since distance/time.

20b. f(x)=5 is essentially asking y=5, so just look at how many times the line crosses the y point at 5.

21abc. Remember slope is y/x. Remember that to get the inverse function, you

*NEED*to swap the x and y values and get the y alone. Only way that works.Slope always starts from the lefternmost side. Count correctly.

24b. Remember to add/subtract first and then divide/multiply. To the opposite function to the other side to get answer.

Remember that slope is y/x.

29bc. Remember that you need to subtract the 922 from the 28m to get the number of cars. Remember that because it says after 25 minutes, you need to add 25 minutes to that 7 you got.

**-Delta Extra Practice-**

Solution: -1

__~~UNIT 2.1~~__

**-2.1 Quick Check-**

Which parent function(s) demonstrate a constant rate of change?

Identify the parent function in each of the following equations:

a. Determine if the relationship is linear, quadratic, or neither.

__~~UNIT 2.2-2.3~~__

**-2.2 Extra Practice-**

5) Identify the solid parent function, then describe the transformation necessary to transform the graph of f(x) into that of g(x). Write the equation of the graphed line.

6) Identify the solid parent function, then describe the transformation necessary to transform the graph of f(x) into that of g(x). Write the equation of the graphed line.

19) Sketch the Graph of Each Function. g(x)=x^{3}-3

20) Sketch the Graph of Each Function. g(x)=1/x-2

27) y=4^{x+2}

28) y=2^{x}+1

29) y=2^{x+1}-2

30) y=2^{x+2}+1

**-Quizziz 2.2-2.3-**

**-2.2-2.3 Mastery Check-**

**-2.3 CYU-**

After a reflection on the x-axis, the parabola y=4-x would have the equation:

Which of the following equations shows the graph shown below?

If (h)x represents a parabola whose turning point is (-3,7) and the function f is defined by f(x)=-h(x+2), what are the coordinates of the turning point f?2

**-2.3 Extra Practice-**Identify the solid parent function and write the equation of the dashed line.

Describe the transformation. f(x)=√x/g(x)=-√x-3

Describe the transformation. g(x)=-|x|-1

Sketch the graph. g(x)=

*√*x-3+2

**-2.4 CYU-**The quadratic function f(x) has a turning point at (-3, 6). The quadratic y=2/3 f(x)+3 would have a turning point of:

The graph of y-h(x) is shown below. Specify the transformations and the order in which they occurred.

A parabola is shown graphed to the right as a transformation of y=x

^{2. }Based on your answer, write an equation for the parabola.The function h(x) is defined by the equation h(x)=4f(x)-12. Write h(x) in its factored form.

**-2.4 Extra Practice-**1) f(x)=√x—>g(x)=1/2√x

4) f(x)=1/x—→g(x)=-3/x-2

7) Sketch the graph of each function. g(x)=1/3*|x|

8) g(x)=2x

12) g(x)=2/x+2

**-2.5 CYU-**

Sketch the Graph of the function. g(x)=√3x

g(x)=√1/3(x-3)

g(x)=-(1/2x)

^{3 }Transform the given function f(x) as described and write the resulting function as an equation. Expand horizontally by a factor of 2.

f(x)=|x| compress vertically by a factor of 3 reflect across the x-axis.