#### f(x) is an odd power **function** and the graph is for an even power **function**. Wrong end behavior. 26) **4 4** 6 **4** 1 y x x x 27) Yes. Justify 28) ¿ ¾ ½ ¯ ® z ,8 2 3 |x 29) 3 7 f 1 1 30) 3 2 5 x x 31) or x x 2 2 or x x 2 2 x x 2 2 32) 1 2 xx x 33) 5 10 x 34) a. p 98 **4** 2 18x b. No. There is a remainder of 500. 35) a. x 3 b. **4** 8 x 36) ^ 7` 37. Today we practiced simplifying **rational** expression and multiplying **rational** expressions. We had two worksheets to complete to accomplish this. 4th Block: Multiplying **Rational** Expressions. HW #1: Multiplying and Dividing **Rational** Expressions. Today's HW: Finish HW #1 if you didn't finish in class.. Lesson 4.1 - Introduction to Polynomial **Functions** - Day 1 Class Data spreadsheet Homework 1. Input the data from class into your calculator and create a scatterplot. We will talk about which regression together next class. 2. Here is a link to a worksheet through which you can practice Operations with Polynomials.

**Rational Functions**Review Sheet2012

**Test**#2- KEY.docx Author: Berube,Elizabeth Created Date:

**4**/19/2013 3:40:41 PM.

**Unit**

**4**

**Test**

**Rational**

**Functions**

**Answers**. You can copy the prompts on card stock and laminate for durability, or place the copies in sheet protectors. Studies or engagement and argumentation in a more specialized feminist a general overview occurs and this is what I will focus on. However, an plan or review seen this lease not available above to. 1) Rewrite each radical using

**rational**exponent notation. a. 3 7 5 b. 11 x c.

**4**8 2) Rewrite each power using radical notation. a. 431/5 b. 8 3 /

**4**c. x5 2 3) Find the exact, simplified value of each expression without a calculator. If you are stuck, try converting between radical and

**rational**exponential notation first, and then simplify.