Alg 2 - Examples for Rev 6.1-6.6

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Published on March 11, 2009

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ExamplesReview 6.1–6.6 : ExamplesReview 6.1–6.6 hints for #1 : hints for #1 (a) Using a graphing calculator, find the quadratic model that best fits the data below. (b) Estimate the value of the function at x = -4 using your model equation from part (a). Round all values to the nearest tenth. (–2, –30); (–1, –17); (1, –9); (4, –30) MODE/ choose Float (1)/ 2nd/ QUIT STAT/ EDIT/ enter the x’s into L1 and the y’s into L2 STAT/ CALC/ QuadReg/ VARS/ Y-Vars/ Function/ Y1/ ENTER Copy the equation: y = ___x2 ___x ___ 2nd/ TBLSET/ Indpnt=ASK/ 2nd/ TABLE/ type “-4” Copy the point (–4, ___) model #2 : model #2 Write each polynomial in factored form. model #3 : model #3 Write each polynomial in factored form. model #4 : model #4 Write each polynomial in factored form. Hints for #5 : Hints for #5 Find (a) the relative maximum, (b) relative minimum, and (c) zeros of the function below using a graphing calculator. Round to the nearest tenth. Type the function into Y= GRAPH/ and ZOOM IN if needed 2nd/ CALC/ maximum Left & Right Bounds & Guess around the “hilltop” 2nd/ CALC/ minimum Left & Right Bounds & Guess around the “valley” 2nd/ CALC/ zeroes Left & Right Bounds & Guess around the x-intercept(s) model #6 : model #6 Write the polynomial function in standard form with the given zeros. model #2 : model #2 Write each polynomial in factored form. model #2 : model #2 Write each polynomial in factored form. model #2 : model #2 Write each polynomial in factored form. model #2 : model #2 Write each polynomial in factored form.

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