Part 4
 Test 4
 Time: 2 hours

 Given the equation, find the following:
 Amplitude
 Period
 Horizontal Shift(phase shift)
 Vertical Shift
 Domain
 Range
 and four points that have a ycoordinate of 15.
 Given that the point
is located on the
terminal side of the angle t, find a point on the terminal side of
the following angles:
 Write as an algebraic expression in x.

 Convert to radian measure.
 Convert 150.3040 radians to degree measure in the format.

 The graph of is bounded by what two lines?
 Why are these two lines considered boundary lines?
 Graph the function and the two boundary lines.
 A man, standing on the top of a building that is 4,000 feet
high, looks down, with an angle of depression of 30 degrees, to the
base of the building across the street. How far apart are the
buildings?

 Restrict the domain of the function to an
interval where the function is increasing, and
 Determine over that interval.
 Then sketch the graphs of both f and on the same
coordinate system.
 What relationship do the graphs of these two functions have to
the graph of the function g(x)=x?
 A total of $25,000 is invested for 10 years at 12% per year
compounded monthly. How much interest will be earned during
the 10 years?
 Solve for x in the inequality

 When does ?
 When does ?
 Assume that the population of a town in Texas is given by
, where t is time in years, and t=0
corresponds to the year 1900.
 In what year was the population 60,000?
 Did the population ever reach 100? If yes, when? If no, why not?
 How long will it take for the population to reach 1,000,000?
 Find the zeros of
 Algebraically
 Graphically. Explain how you interpreted the graph to arrive at
your answer.
 Solve the following system of equations for and
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