Assessment: 11-Point Assessment #5 (of 6)    due: Tuesday, 11/14/2017

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

1.  No or Yes: The following ordered-pairs can represent a function.
               Briefly explain your answer.
       (0,2)  (1,4)  (2,2)  (1,4)  (0,2)  (4,1)
2.  No or Yes: The following ordered-pairs can represent a function.
               Briefly explain your answer.
       (1,0)  (-1,0)  (2,0)  (-2,2)  (1,2)   (2,0)
3. Assume there is a function Q(t). Write  Q(-4) = 2  as an ordered-pair.
4. If the domain of Q(t) is all whole numbers, then  Q(3.14)  equals what?
5. Subtract and Simplify:  (-5x^2 - 3x - 7) - (-2x^2 - x - 4)
6. Multiply and Simplify:  (-2n - 1)(-3n - 5)
7. Solve for x:  -2(-3x + -1) - 2x = -8(x - 2)
8. Graph the interval  (-2, 3]  on a number line.
9. Graph the interval  -4 ≤ x < 3  on a number line.

10. Define a function f(x) in slope-intercept form such 
    that f(0) = 7 and f(2) = 12.
11. Define a function g(x) in slope-intercept form having 
    a slope of -5 such that f(2) = 0.
    


   g(t) = -2(t) + 6        h(t) = -4 + 5(t)

h.  Evaluate:  g(91)
i.  g(t) = 91  when  t  equals what?
j.  The slope of  g(t)  is what?
k.  The beginning value of  g(t)  is what?
l.  The vertical-intercept of  g(t)  is what?
m.  The horizontal-intercept of  g(t)  is what?
n.  Is  g(t)  increasing, decreasing, or constant?

o.  Evaluate:  h(7)
p.  h(t) = -7 when  t  equals what?
q.  The slope of  h(t)  is what?
r.  The beginning value of  h(t)  is what?
s.  The vertical-intercept of  h(t)  is what?
t.  The horizontal-intercept of  h(t)  is what?
u.  Is  h(t)  increasing, decreasing, or constant?

w.  g(t) = h(t) when  t  equals what?
w.  Graph  g(t).
x.  Graph  h(t).