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for part 1 i already wrote it in (x+h)^2+k and now the transformations have to be explained based on the numbers we obtained for that or based on the y=x^2 i am not understanding that
There is an assignment on Webwork called “Group Work”.
It contains one problem with 3 parts.
The assignment must be submitted on paper including the problem statement.
You can work on this assignment either alone, or in a group of no more than 3 students.
One paper submission is required per group. Please indicate the names of the whole group on your paper. All group members get the same grade.
Deadline: Monday 12/1 at 3:00pm.
Late submission gets 50% off.
If I am not in my office, slide the paper under the door.
I will leave campus after 3pm. Please do not be late.
If you have any questions, please let me know ahead of the deadline.
For exam 2 problem 1.9 how do you find the range when you have already graphed them and know that domain is all real numbers?
Could you talk me through the three problems within problem number seven in this homework set? I keep trying them but am confused.
Can you tell me how to do problems 10&11 from polynomial and synthetic division + 12&13 from polynomials functions of higher degree?
Exam 3 will take place on Friday 11/21.
Please review Exam 2 and Exam 1 and the homework assignments after Exam 2.
Exam 1 and Exam 2 are posted on this website:
The homework assignments after Exam 2 include
- Polynomial_and_Synthetic_Division (the last two assignments are due on Wednesday 11/19)
The format of the exam will be similar to Exam 1 and Exam 2.
There is a review sheet to be found at
which contains the most important formulas you will need for all exams.
If you have any questions, please ask before the exam.