Calculus homework help. MATH 130 (Precalculus) Spring 2020

Final Exam Monday, May 18—Wednesday, May 20

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Problem Value Points

1 6

2 6

3 6

4 6

5 6

6 8

7 6

8 6

9 6

10 6

11 6

12 8

13 6

14 6

15 6

Total 100

(1) Find the x− and y−intercepts of the line passing through the points (−3, 5) and (7, −10). For full

credit, all intercepts must be given as ordered pairs.

(2) If f(x) = 2x

2 − x + 6, find f(x+h)−f(x)

h

in simplest form. (Your answer will involve both x and h.)

(3) (3 points each) Given the parent function f(x) = 1

x

, write down the function whose graph satisfies the

given description in each case:

(a) The graph of f shifted 0.8 units up and 3 units to the right.

(b) The graph of f shifted 2 units to the left and then reflected through the x−axis.

(4) (a) (4 points) If f(x) = √

x and g(x) = x

2 −x+ 1, find both (f ◦ g)(x) and (g ◦ f)(x) in simplest form.

(b) (2 points) If h(x) = ln(2x − 3), find f and g such that h(x) = (f ◦ g)(x) and neither f(x) nor g(x)

is equal to x.

(5) If f(x) = 4x−7

3x−5

, find the inverse of f.

(6) Find all solutions in [0, 2π) of the following equation:

2 cos2 x + 5 sin x + 5 = 0

(7) Write the following expression as a sum of constant multiples of logarithms of a single variable. Assume

that all variables represent positive numbers.

log3

√

x

y

8 ·

√5

z

3

(8) Find the solution set of the following equation:

log2

(3x + 4) − log2

(x − 2) = 3

(9) Verify the following trigonometric identity:

sin x

1 − sin x

= sec x tan x + tan2 x

(10) If sin θ = 7/10 and θ is in the 1st quadrant, find all six trigonometric functions of π

2 − θ.

(11) If cos θ = −5/9 and θ is in the 3rd quadrant, find tan 2θ.

(12) Find the solution set of the following equation:

e

3x − 13e

2x + 42e

x = 0

(13) Find real numbers a and b such that the graph of y = a sin x + b has y−intercept equal to (0, 4) and

passes through the point ( π

6

, 1).

(14) Find the domain of each of the following functions in interval notation:

(a) √

6 − 7x (b) ln x

2

x−16

(15) (a) Write the standard form of the following quadratic equation:

y = 3x

2 − 8x − 6

(b) Write the vertex and axis of symmetry for the graph of the equation in part (a). For full credit, the

vertex must be given as an ordered pair and the axis of symmetry must be represented by an equation.

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