Math 304, R. Clark Robinson
Extra Problems and Hints
- April 9
- 1.1 (Functions)
Can you think of other examples of functions from everyday life?
Find the maximum and mimimum of the following functions on the
- (a) f(x) = x^2 - 2x + 2 for 0 =< x =< 3
- (b) g(x) = -x^2 + 2x + 4 for 0 =< x =< 3
- Hint: 1.3:6
The average number of sets in the inventory is half the number ordered each
So, if you order 30 TV's at a time, the average number of TV's in the
inventory is 15. If you order x TV's at a time, the average number of TV's
in the inventory is x/2.
- Hint: 1.6: 3 & 4
The words are somewhat ambiguous. However, I beleive that in the three
cases the net worth of the individual at the end is
$510,000, $10,000, and $5,000 respectively.
- April 30
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- May 14