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DUE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

(No exceptions!)

The problems in this packet are designed to help you review topics from previous mathematics courses that are important to your success in Honors Precalculus.

1. Do all problems without a calculator (unless indicated otherwise).

You must have a graphing calculator for this class, but you will be limited on when you will be allowed to use it.

2. Show all work that leads you to each solution on a separate sheet of paper.

3. You may use your notes from previous mathematics courses to help you (or look online for

help). You may also work with another student, but not copy from another student. (There’s a big difference!!!)

All work should be completed and ready to turn in on the FIRST DAY of school. Various problems will be graded and will count as part of your first quarter grade.

There will be a quiz covering these topics during the first week of school.

If you need a new packet, please check my class blog at www.foussprecalc.blogspot.com.

I will post blank copies on the blog as well as answers to the problems for you to check.

If you need to contact me, please send an e-mail: Kristen.Fouss@foresthills.edu

Before you leave school this year, make sure you know of a few people who are also taking Honors Precalculus next year. That way if you lose your packet you can get my e-mail address from them.

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Solve each inequality. Write your solution in interval notation.

1. | 10r – 7 | - 8 ≤ 15

2.

10 – 3 | 9 – 2r | < -11

Write the standard form equation of each circle.

3. Center (-8, -9), Radius 10√2

4.

Divide.

5. (x 3 + 7x 2 – 26x – 75) ÷ (x + 9)

6.

With endpoints of a diameter at (-3, 5) and (1, 13)

(n 3 + 9n 2 + 1) ÷ (n 2 – 3)

Simplify.

7.

9.

8.

10.

Solve each equation.

11.

4 -2n 1 = 4 3n

Find all roots without graphing.

13.

x 3 + x 2 + x + 1 = 0

15.

x 3 – 4x 2 – 4x + 16 = 0

12.

14.

16.

3 4

x 4 – 8x 3 + 17x 2 = 0 x 3 – 4x 2 + 13x = 0

Solve each equation.

17.

-8 – x = 2 – 2x 2

18. 9k 2 – 16k – 16 = -3k 2

19.

6x 2 – 5x + 2 = 0

20.

–x 2 – 7x = - 3

Solve each equation.

21. x – 2 = 60 5

Factor completely.

23.

54k 2 + 390k + 84

25.

18b 2 v – 200v

Evaluate each function.

27. If k(x) = | x | - 1, find k(- ½ )

22.

3 = 7

4

24. -24k 2 + 28k + 196

26.

28.

27a 3 – 8

If h(x) = x + x 2 , find h

Find the inverse of each function. Then graph the function and its inverse.

29. g(x) = - ½ x – ½

30.

g(n) =

If g(x) = x 2 + 3x and h(x) = x – 1, find:

31.

(g – h)(x)

32. (gh)(x)

33.

(g ° h)(x)

34. (h(g(x))

Write the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line.

35.

through (-2, -4) and (-1, -1)

36. through (-4, 4), parallel to y = -2x

37.

Heather and Adam each improved their yards by planting grass sod and geraniums. They

bought their supplies from the same store. Heather spent $180 on 12 ft 2 of grass sod and 12 geraniums. Adam spent $104 of 8 ft 2 of grass sod and 6 geraniums. Find the cost of one ft 2 of

grass sod and the cost of one geranium.

Simplify. (Write as a single fraction if it’s not already).

38.

39.

Describe the transformations to the function f(x).

41. g(x) = -3(f (x – 2)) + 4

42.

g(x) = ½ f(-x + 3) – 7

40.

In an experiment, students measured the speed s (in meters per second) of a falling object t seconds after it was released. The results are given in the table. (Round all answers to three decimal places!)

t

0

1

2

3

4

s

0

11

20.8

32.4

49.4

43. Using your calculator, create a quadratic regression equation for the data.

44. Using your calculator, create a linear regression equation for the data.

45. Which equation best represents the data? Why do you think that?

46. Using the quadratic model for the data, what was the speed at 1.6 seconds?

47. Using the quadratic model for the data, what was the speed at 6 seconds?

48. Using the linear model for the data, when was the speed 23 m/s?