
MATH EXAM 1 THRU 4
1
MATH EXAM #1
1. Determine whether the diagram defines y as a function of x. if it does not, indicate a value
x that is assigned more than one value of yX y
4 5
3 7
4 9
4 11
2. GRAPH THE FUNCTION: h(x) =4x
X h(x)
3 1
4 0
5 1

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MATH EXAM 1
MATH EXAM #1
Determine whether the diagram defines y as a function of x. if it does not, indicate a value x that is assigned more than one value of y
X
y4
53
74
94
112. GRAPH THE FUNCTION: h(x) =4x
X
h(x)3
14
0 
Exam 4
Which of the following ordered pairs is a solutuion of
(2,36) c. (2,1/36)
(2,1/12) d. (2,12)Use composition to show that the pair of functions are inverses.
Let find fg
the graph represents a function use the horizontal line test to decide where function is one to one
If the function is one to one, find its inverse

Math 1270 Exam #3
Solve using elimination
a.
b.
c.Solve by substitution
Determine whether the given ordered triple is a solution of the given system
(7,1,1)Find the equation of the form y= for the parabola shown in the illustration.
Points: (1,2) , (1,6), (3,6) 
Exam 2 CH 9
Exam 2
COMPLETE THE TABLE OF VALUES FOR f(x) = ?x + 1, and then graph the function. Give the domain and range of the function
X
F(x)0
1
4
9
Domain: _____________
Range:______________The graph of a square root function f is shown below.
Find the value(s) of x for which f(x) =1 
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MATH EXAM 1 THRU 3
1
MATH EXAM #1
1. Determine whether the diagram defines y as a function of x. if it does not, indicate a value
x that is assigned more than one value of yX y
4 5
3 7
4 9
4 11
2. GRAPH THE FUNCTION: h(x) =4x
X h(x)
3 1
4 0
5 1

MATH EXAM 1
1
MATH EXAM #1
1. Determine whether the diagram defines y as a function of x. if it does not, indicate a value
x that is assigned more than one value of yX y
4 5
3 7
4 9
4 11
2. GRAPH THE FUNCTION: h(x) =4x
X h(x)
3 1
4 0
5 1
6 2

MATH EXAM 1 THRU 4
1
MATH EXAM #1
1. Determine whether the diagram defines y as a function of x. if it does not, indicate a value
x that is assigned more than one value of yX y
4 5
3 7
4 9
4 11
2. GRAPH THE FUNCTION: h(x) =4x
X h(x)
3 1
4 0
5 1

MATH EXAM 1
MATH EXAM #1
Determine whether the diagram defines y as a function of x. if it does not, indicate a value x that is assigned more than one value of y
X
y4
53
74
94
112. GRAPH THE FUNCTION: h(x) =4x
X
h(x)3
14
0 
Exam 2 CH 9
Exam 2
COMPLETE THE TABLE OF VALUES FOR f(x) = ?x + 1, and then graph the function. Give the domain and range of the function
X
F(x)0
1
4
9
Domain: _____________
Range:______________The graph of a square root function f is shown below.
Find the value(s) of x for which f(x) =1 
MATH EXAM 1 THRU 4
MATH EXAM #1
Determine whether the diagram defines y as a function of x. if it does not, indicate a value x that is assigned more than one value of y
X
y4
53
74
94
112. GRAPH THE FUNCTION: h(x) =4x
X
h(x)3
14
0 
Math 1270 Exam #3
Solve using elimination
a.
b.
c.Solve by substitution
Determine whether the given ordered triple is a solution of the given system
(7,1,1)Find the equation of the form y= for the parabola shown in the illustration.
Points: (1,2) , (1,6), (3,6)
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