### POWERPOINT JEOPARDY

```Analyzing
Functions
Inverses and
Combinations
Polynomial
Functions
Rational and
Logs/Exp
Functions
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Final Jeopardy!
Analyzing Functions – 10 Points
•:  −2 ≤  ≤ 2
Analyzing Functions – 20 Points
•Reflect over x-axis, vertical compression by 1/3 (multiply yvalues by 1/3, translation down 2 and left 4.
Analyzing Functions – 30 Points
•odd
Analyzing Functions – 40 Points
2 +−6
−2
Is the function   =
continuous at  = 2?
If not, state the type of discontinuity.
•No; removable discontinuity
Inverses & Combinations – 10 Points
Decide whether the functions () and () are inverses of
each other.
•Yes – make sure that
=  AND
=
Inverses & Combinations – 20 Points
Find the inverse of
• −1  =
3
5 + 2
Inverses & Combinations – 30 Points
•  +   =  2 − 3 + 4
•  −   = 2 −  − 2
Inverses & Combinations – 40 Points
•
= 4 2 − 12 + 8
• = 0,  = 5,  = −5
•Degree= 6, zeros:  = 3,  = −5
Divide the polynomial
• 2 +  − 2
by x-5.
Solve the equation:
• =
9
16
Rationals&Logs/Exp – 10 Points
1
2
•log  + log( + 2)
Rationals&Logs/Exp – 20 Points
Solve the equation:
• = 9
Rationals&Logs/Exp – 30 Points
•A) \$3645.49
•B) \$3645.93
Rationals&Logs/Exp – 40 Points
Find the domain and all asymptotes (vertical or
horizontal) of the function
•:   ≠ ±2 , VA:  = 2 and  = −2, HA:  = 0
Final Jeopardy
In order to calculate the height of a mountain peak, a surveyor
measured the angle of elevation from a certain stake and found
it to be 14.5°. Then he advances over a ground level toward
the peak and set a second stake, from which the angle of
elevation was found to be 18.75°. The distance between the
stakes was 2,386 ft. Find the height of the peak above ground
level.