Geometric Properties Chapter Review
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Chapter 3
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Solutions 35 Videos

State whether each relation is quadratic.

a) y = 4x - 5

b) when

  • x = -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3,
  • y = 56,35, 18, 5, -4, -9, -10 respectively

c) y = 2x (x - 5)

d)

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Q1

Discuss how the graph of the quadratic relation y = 4x^2 + bx + 6 changes as a, b, and c are changed.

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Q2

Find

  • i. the equation of the axis of symmetry
  • ii. the coordinates of the vertex
  • iii. the y-intercept
  • iv. the zeros

for

\displaystyle y = x^2 -8x

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Q3a

Find

  • i. the equation of the axis of symmetry
  • ii. the coordinates of the vertex
  • iii. the y-intercept
  • iv. the zeros

for

\displaystyle y = x^2 + 2x - 15

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Q3b

The x-intercepts of a quadratic relation are -2 and 5, and the second differences are negative.

a. Is the y-value of the vertex a maximum value or a minimum value? Explain.

b. Is the y-value of the vertex positive or negative? Explain.

c. Calculate the x-coordinate of the vertex.

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Q5

Use graphing technology to graph the parabola for each relation below. Then determine

  • i) the x—intercepts
  • ii) the equation of the axis of symmetry
  • iii) the coordinates of the vertex

\displaystyle y = -x^2 + 18x

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Q7a

Use graphing technology to graph the parabola for each relation below. Then determine

  • i) the x—intercepts
  • ii) the equation of the axis of symmetry
  • iii) the coordinates of the vertex

\displaystyle y = 6x^2 + 15x

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Q7b

What does a in the equation y = ax^2 + bx + c tell you about the parabola?

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Q8

The Rudy Snow Company makes custom snowboards. The company’s profit can be modelled with the relation \displaystyle y = -6x^2 + 42x - 60 , where x is the number of snowboards sold (in thousands) and y is the profit (in hundreds of thousands of dollars).

a. How many snowboards does the company need to sell to break even?

b. How many snowboards does the company need to sell to maximize their profit?

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Q9

The x-intercepts of a parabola are -2 and 7, and the y-intercept is -28.

a) Determine an equation for the parabola.

b) Determine the coordinates of the vertex.

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Q10

The x-intercepts are -3 and 7, and the y-coordinate of the vertex is 4.

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Q11b

The x-intercepts are -6 and 2, and the y-intercept is -9.

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Q11c

The vertex is (4, 0), and the y-intercept is 8.

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Q11d

The x-intercepts are -3 and 3, and the parabola passes through the point (2, 20).

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Q11e

A bus company usually transports 12 000 people per day at a ticket price of \$1. The company wants to raise the ticket price. For every \$0.10 increase in the ticket price, ,the number of riders per day is expected to decrease by 400. Calculate the ticket price that will maximize revenue.

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Q12

Identify the binomial factors and their products.

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Q13a

Identify the binomial factors and their products.

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Q13b

Expand and simplify.

(x +5)(x + 4)

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Q14a

Expand and simplify.

(x - 2)(x - 5)

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Q14b

Expand and simplify.

(2x - 3)(2x + 3)

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Q14c

Expand and simplify.

(4x + 5)(3x - 2)

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Q14d

Expand and simplify.

(4x - 2y)(5x + 3y)

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Q14e

Expand and simplify.

(6x -2)(5x + 7)

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Q14f

Expand and simplify.

\displaystyle (2x + 6)^2

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Q15a

Expand and simplify.

\displaystyle -2(-2x + 5)(3x + 4)

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Q15b

Expand and simplify.

\displaystyle 2x (4x - y)(4x + y)

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Q15c

Determine the equation of the parabola. Express your answer in standard form.

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Q16

Evaluate.

\displaystyle 2^{-3}

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Q19a

Evaluate.

\displaystyle -5^{-1}

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Q19b

Evaluate.

\displaystyle (\frac{2}{5})^{-2}

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Q19c

Evaluate.

\displaystyle (-9)^0

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Q19d

Evaluate.

\displaystyle 4^{-3}

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Q19e

Evaluate

\displaystyle -(\frac{1}{6})^{-2}

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Q19f

Which is greater: (\frac{1}{4})^2 or 3^{-2}. Show your reason without using a calculator.

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Q20

For what positive values of x is x^2 greater than 2^x?

How do you know?

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