# MATH 110 Palomar Write an Equation of Horizontal Asymptote of K Algebra Questions

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attached is the 13 algebra problems I need solved. It is over chapters 2 and 3 of algebra 110

Palomar College
Exam 2 of MATH 110 – 72586
Due by October 25th at 11:59 p.m.
Student’s Name:
Problem 1. Let f (x) = 8×3 − 18×2 − 11x + 15.
(i) (5 pts) Factor f (x), given that
3
4
is a zero.
(ii) (2 pts) Solve, algebraically, f (x) = 0.
Problem 2. (5 pts) Determine whether the two functions g(x) = (x − 5)3 and h(x) =
are inverses.

3
x+5
2
Problem 3. (5 pts each) Solve, algebraically, each of the following two inequalities.
3−t
≥1
(i) (20 − x − x2 )(x + 2) ≤ 0
(ii)
5+t
Problem 4. (2 pts) Given P (x) = −3×5 + 2×4 + 6×2 − x + 4, use the Remainder Theorem to
determine the remainder when P (x) is divided by x − 2.
Z Note that you are not allowed to use another approach to solve this problem.
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Problem 5.
(a) (1 pt) Graph v(x) = |x| − 3; x ≤ 0.
(c) (1 pt) What is the domain of v?
(d) (1 pt) What is the range of v?
(e) (2 pts) Find an equation for v −1 , the inverse of v.
(f ) (1 pt) What is the domain of v −1 ?
(g) (1 pt) What is the range of v −1 ?
(h) (1 pt) Graph the function v −1 .
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Problem 6. (3 pts) Use long division to divide
6×4 + 3×3 − 7×2 + 6x − 5
.
−3 + x + 2×2
Problem 7. (4 pts each) The population in California P (t) (in millions) can be approximated
by the logistic growth function
P (t) =
95.2
1 + 1.8e−0.018t
where t is the number of years since the year 2000.
(i) Determine the population in the year 2000.
(ii) What is the limiting value of the population of California (i.e., as t −→ +∞) under this
model?
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Problem 8. (5 pts each) Find the solution set of each of the following six equations.
(i) x2 e2x + 2xe2x = 8e2x
(ii) e2x − 6ex − 16 = 0
(iii) ln x + ln(x − 3) = ln(5x − 7)
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(iv) log4 x − log4 (x − 1) =
(v) 41−x = 32x+5

1
(vi) 2x ln
−x=0
x
1
2
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Problem 9. (5 pts each) Find the domain of the each of the following two functions.
t−1
(a) f (t) = π + log8 √
8−t
(b) g(x) = ln(x2 − x)
8
Problem 10. (5 pts) Find the domain, x-intercept, and vertical asymptote of the logarithmic
function f (x) = − log 1 (x + 2) and sketch its graph.
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Problem 11. (2 pts) Find the integer that is represented by the following logarithmic expression.
log2 48 − log2 6
Problem 12. (4 pts) Condense the expression to the logarithm of a single quantity.
i
1h
log7 t + 3 log7 (1 − t) − log7 (7 + t)
4
9
Problem 13.
(a) (2 pts) Use transformations of the graph of y = ex to graph the function k(x) = −ex +4.
(b) (1 pt each) What are the domain and the range of k?
(c) (1 pt) Write an equation of the horizontal asymptote of k.