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ATHS FC Math Department Al Ain


REVSION QUESTIONS
(Term III)

Chapter: 4 : Quadratic Functions and Relations Sections:
4.2 Solving Quadratic
Equations by Graphing.

Part 1
Multiple Choice Questions:
Q1.f(x) =

+ 6x 7, what are the solutions to the equation

+ 6x 7 = 0








A. -1, 6
B. 1,-6
C. -1, 7
D. 1,-7





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Part 2
Structured Questions

Q2) Solve

5x 14 = 0 by graphing. If exact roots cannot be found, state the consecutive


integers between which the roots are located.




Axis of Symmetry: y =



= 2.5






x -2 -1 0 1 2 2.5 3 4 5 6 7
y 0 -10 -14 -18 -20 -20.25 -20 -18 -14 -8 0

Solution: x= 2 and x = 7




Q3) Use a Quadratic Equation to find 2 Real Numbers that satisfy the following situation or
show that no such numbers exist.

The sum of 15 and a product of 63.

Let x represent one number. Then 15 x is the other number.

x(15 x) = 63
15 -

= 63
-

+ 15 63 = 0



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No Real Solution so it is not possible for two real
numbers to have a sum of 15 and a product of 63.

5. Find the volume of a positive integer k such that f(x) =

+ 2kx -45 has roots


(x-5) and ( x + 9).

+ 4x 45 = 0
(x 5) (x + 9) = 0
2k = 4
k =2

Part 3
Word Problem

Q4). Baseball. A baseball is hit upwards with a velocity of 40 feet per second. Ignoring the
height of the baseball player, how long does it take for the ball to fall to the ground? Use the
formula h(t) =

t 16

where h(t) is the height of an object in feet.

is the objects
initial velocity in feet per second and t is the time in seconds.

h(t) =

t - 16


0 = 40t - 16


16

40t = 0
8t(2t -5) = 0
8t = 0 or 2t - 5 = 0
t = 0 (ignore) or 2t = 5
t =

= 2.5 seconds



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Chapter: 4 : Quadratic Functions and Relations Sections:
4.3 Solving Quadratic
Equations by Factoring.



Part 1
Multiple Choice:
Q1). The solution to the equation

- 2x -15 = 0 is:
A) -3, 4
B) 5, -3
C) -3, 5
D) 5,

-
Part 2
Structured Questions:

Q2). Factor each polynomial:
a) 18

72x = 0
2x ( 9

-36)
2x (9x + 6 ) (9x 6) = 0

b) 8ab + 20ac 6db 15cd
4a(2b + 5c) 3d(2b + 5c)
(2b +5c) (4a 3d)




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Q3). Solve each Equation by Factoring:
a)

- 3x 28 = 0
(x +4)(x- 7) = 0
(x + 4) = 0 or ( x-7) 0
X = -4 or x = 7

b) 6

+ 11x + 3 = 0
(2x + 3 ) (3x + 1) = 0
2x + 3 = 0 or 3x + 1 = 0
2x = -3 or 3x = -1
x = -

or x =



Q4), Write a quadratic equation in standard form with the given roots.

-

, 6

[ x (-

)](x 6) = 0
( x +

) (x 6) = 0

x 2 = 0
3

- 17x -6 = 0

Part 2
Word Problem:
Malcolm is putting a cement slab in his backyard. The original slab was going to have
dimensions of 8 feet by 6 feet. He decided to make the slab larger by adding x feet to each
side .The area of the new slab is 120 square feet.


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a) Write a Quadratic Equation that represent the area of the new slab.

120 = (x + 6)(x + 8)
120 =

+ 8x + 6x + 48
120 =

+ 14x + 48

b) Find the new dimensions of the slab.

+ 14x + 48 = 120
x = 4 So new dimensions are 12 feet by 10 feet


Chapter: 4 : Quadratic Functions and Relations Sections: 4.4 Complex Numbers

Part 1
Multiple Choice Questions:
1).

simplified is:

A) - 5

i
B) -5

i
C) 5x

i
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D)5

i

Part 2
Structured Questions
Q2). a)







b)






Q2). Simplify
a)



b)
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Part 3
Word Problem

Use the formula

(a) The current in a circuit is amps, and the impedance is ohms. What is
the voltage








(b) The voltage in a circuit is volts, and the impedance is ohms.
What is the current















)


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Chapter: 4 : Quadratic Functions and Relations Sections:
4.5 Completing the
Square. Including only the case
where a=1










Chapter:
5 Quadratic Functions and
Relations
Sections:
5.5 Completing the
Square

Multiple Choice Questions:
1. Circle the correct answer

1. Find the value of c that makes the trinomial

a perfect
square. Then write the trinomial as a perfect square.

(A) ,


(B)


(C)


(D)


2. Solve each equation by using the Square Root Property. Round to the
nearest hundredth if necessary

(a)



or
or
or

The solution set is {,}

(b)


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or

The solution set is { , }

3. Solve each equation by completing the square.

(a)



or
or
The solution set is {3,}


(b)



or
or

The solution set is { }

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4. An architects blueprints call for a dining room measuring 13 feet by
13 feet. The customer would like the dining room to be a square, but
within an area of 250 square feet. How much will this add to the
dimensions of the room.





or
or

Chapter:
5 Quadratic Functions
and Relations
Sections:
5.6 Quadratic Formula
and the Discriminant

Multiple Choice Questions:
Circle the correct answer

1. The equation 3

has

(A) Two Real Rational Roots
(B) Two Real Irrational Roots
(C) One Real Rational Root
(D) Two Complex Roots

2. Solve each equation by using the Quadratic Formula.

(c)


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(d)



3. Complete parts a-c for each quadratic equation.
a. Find the value of the discriminant.
b. Describe the number and type of roots.
c. Find the exact solutions by using the Quadratic Formula.
I.



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(a)



(b) Two Real Irrational Roots

(c)






II.



(a)



(b) Two Real Rational Roots

(c)

or

or

III.



(a)



(b) One Real Rational Root

(c)


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IV.



(a)



(b) Two Complex Roots

(c)

or



4. A decrease in smoking in the United States has resulted in lower death
rates caused by lung cancer. The number of deaths per 100000 people
can be approximated by

, where
represents the number of years after 2000

(a) Calculate the number of deaths per 100000 people for 2010 and
2015

2010:


2015:



(b) Use the Quadratic Formula to solve for when


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(c) According to the quadratic function, when will the death rate be 0
per 100000? Do you think that this prediction is reasonable? Why?
Why not?



So in 2017
This is not possible since the death rate from cancer
will never be zero unless a cure is found and no one
can predict when a cure will be found














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Chapter:
5 Quadratic Functions
and Relations
Sections:
5.8 Quadratic
Inequalities


5. Graph each inequality.

(a)



Graph the equation

. Start by finding the vertex, then


the roots



Make a table of values
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Graph the parabola The inequality includes use a solid line
Test the point

.
False












(b)



Graph the equation

. Start by finding the vertex,


then the roots



Make a table of values


Graph the parabola The inequality includes use a dashed line
Test the point
.
False

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6. Solve the inequality

by graphing

Solve the related equation

.

The equation roots are




The graph opens down with x-intercepts and ,

The graph is on and above the x-axis for .
solution set is



7. Solve the inequality algebraically

(a)


Solve the related equation

.

The equation roots are



No real roots
Test any value of



Solution set

(b)



Solve the related equation

.

The equation roots are



Roots are

Test values for
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Solution set