1.Describe the Transformation from the parent function: y=10log(x)+3
2.The Perimeter of a rectangle is 28cm. This means the area of the rectangle can be given with the formula A9x)=x(14-x) Find the domain of A9x)
3.An Absolute value equation that is transformed: streched by a factor of 2, left 2, down 1.
4.Is this function even, odd, or both, or neither? t(x)=-9x^5+x^3+13x
5.Create a test interval chart: q(x)=(2x^3-x^2-55x)/(x^2+13x+30)
6.Use combinatorics to find the 2nd term of (3w+4q)^4
7.Use combinatorics to find the 5th term of (2+z)^8
8.Find the sum: -9-27-81....-19683
9.A tall pole casts a shadow 6ft long. If the angle of depression looking down from the top of the tall pole to the tip of the shadow is 53 degrees, what is the height of the tall pole.
10.An Isosceles triangle has base angle of 85 degrees and height 4. Find the area
11.Give all six trigonometric functions of the angle defined by a terminal point of (11/61, 60/61)
12.Find the time is takes to make an angle of 4/3π radians when the angular speed is 1.8 rad/year
13.Find the speed of a vehicle whose wheels are 20 inches in diameter are making 53 rotations per minute
14.Solve the triangle(Round to two places) S is a right angle TR=13 and T=13 degrees
15.Find the number of solutions of triangle BCD when B=176 degrees b=3 and d=4
16.Find the number of solutions of triangle EFG when E=72 degrees e=11.71 and f=12
17.Find the solutions of triangle PQR when P=30 degrees Q=20 degrees and q=4.5
18.Find the solutions of triangle UVW when U=77 degrees v=16 and w=19
19.Find the solutions of trigangle PQR when p=21 q=30 and r=10
20.Find the area of triangle DEF when d=33 e=25 and F=98 degrees
21.Find the area of triangle FGH when f=11 g=5 h=7
22.Find the area of triangle HMN when h=19 m=32 and n=14
23.Ducks are visiting a local pond. The house is 48 ft from the tree, the tree is 45 ft from the ducks and the ducks are 55ft from the tree. What is the area of the triangle formed
24.Give 3 polar points that are equivalent to: (3/2, (-3√3)/2)
25.Give 3 different polar points that are equivalent to: (-3√2, 3√2)