##### Assessment: 12-Point Assessment #4 (of 6)    due: Monday, 4/3/2017; Tuesday, 4/4/2017

Do not lose this assessment. Do all your math on your own paper. Do not write on this assessment.

```Exercises a-g use the following three functions.

f(x) = 3 + 2(x)       g(x) = 3(x)^2      h(x) = -4(x) - 9

a.  Evaluate:  f(2)                             [show your math]
b.  Evaluate:  g(1)                             [show your math]
c.  Evaluate:  h(3)                             [show your math]
d.  Evaluate:  f(0) + g(0) + h(0)               [show your math]
e.  f(x) = 91  when  x  equals what?            [show your math]
f.  h(x) = 91  when  x  equals what?            [show your math]
g.  Is f(x) an increasing, decreasing, or constant function?

h.  Multiply & Simplify:  (5n + 1)(2n + 2)       [show your math]
i.  Subtract & Simplify:  (5x + 1) - (-2x + 7)   [show your math]
j.  Solve for x:  2x(3 + 7) = 36 - 2x            [show your math]

k.  If  x > 0  and  y < 0, then the ordered-pair (x, y)
gets plotted in which quandrant? (I or II or III or IV)

l.  No or Yes: The following ordered-pairs can represent a function.
(2,3)  (0,4)  (-1,2)  (3,-4)  (0,0)  (-3,-2)  (-2,0)

m.  No or Yes: The following ordered-pairs can represent a function.
(2,3)  (0,0)  (-1,2)  (2,-4)  (0,0)  (-3,-2)  (-2,0)

n.  No or Yes: The following ordered-pairs can represent a function.
(2,3)  (0,0)  (-2,0)  (3,-4)  (0,0)  (2,3)  (-2,0)

o. If H(t) = 1 / (2 * t), then H(0) evaluates to what?
p. Evaluate:  (1 + sqrt(5)) / 2    [round answer to nearest thousandth]
q. Record a definition for the word domain.
r. Outputs depends on inputs and inputs are ________ of outputs.
s. Domain is to inputs as _______ is to outputs.
t. P(n) is a function such that P(5) = 7, which means P(n) = 7 when n = ____.

Function Q(t) has domain -5 < t ≤ 4 and range (0, 3.14].

u. No or Yes:  Q(2)  is defined.
v. No or Yes:  Q(-7)  is defined.
w. No or Yes:  The function Q(t) can output a 3.14.
x. No or Yes:  The function Q(t) can output a 0.
u. Graph the domain of Q(t) on a number line.
z. Graph the range of Q(t) on a number line.
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