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Unit 10.7

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  • UNIT 10.7 LINEAR, QUADRATIC, AND EXPONENTIAL MODELS

  • A.7, 1B.2, 5C.1, 7D.no solutionSolve x2 6x 7 = 0 using the Quadratic Formula.

  • A.7, 4B.5, 6C.3, 5D.no solutionSolve y2 11y = 30 using the Quadratic Formula.

  • Solve 5z2 + 16z + 3 = 0 using the Quadratic Formula.

  • A.4, 3B.1C.2, 4D.no solutionSolve 4n2 = 19n 25 using the Quadratic Formula.

  • A.3B.2C.1D.noneWithout graphing, determine the number of x-intercepts of the graph of f(x) = 3x2 + x + 7.

  • A.9, 4B.4, 9C.2, 15D.15, 2Which are the solutions for 2x2 + 26x = 72?

  • You graphed linear, quadratic, and exponential functions. Identify linear, quadratic, and exponential functions from given data.

    Write equations that model data.

  • Choose a Model Using GraphsA. Graph the ordered pairs. Determine whether the ordered pairs represent a linear, quadratic, or exponential function.(1, 2), (2, 5), (3, 6), (4, 5), (5, 2)Answer: The ordered pairs appear to represent a quadratic equation.

  • Choose a Model Using GraphsAnswer: The ordered pairs appear to represent an exponential function.

  • A.linearB.quadraticC.exponentialA. Graph the set of ordered pairs. Determine whether the ordered pairs represent a linear, quadratic, or exponential function. (2, 6), (0, 3), (2, 0), (4, 3)

  • A.linearB.quadraticC.exponentialB. Graph the set of ordered pairs. Determine whether the ordered pairs represent a linear, quadratic, or exponential function. (2, 0), (1, 3), (0, 4), (1, 3), (2, 0)

  • Choose a Model Using Differences or RatiosA. Look for a pattern in the table of values to determine which kind of model best describes the data.1 1 3 5 7First differences:Answer: Since the first differences are all equal, the table of values represents a linear function.

  • Choose a Model Using Differences or RatiosB. Look for a pattern in the table of values to determine which kind of model best describes the data.First differences:The first differences are not all equal. So, the table of values does not represent a linear function. Find the second differences and compare.

  • Choose a Model Using Differences or RatiosFirst differences:The second differences are not all equal. So, the table of values does not represent a quadratic function. Find the ratios of the y-values and compare.Second differences:Ratios:

  • Choose a Model Using Differences or RatiosThe ratios of successive y-values are equal. Answer: The table of values can be modeled by an exponential function.

  • A.linearB.quadraticC.exponentialD.none of the aboveA. Look for a pattern in the table of values to determine which kind of model best describes the data.

  • A.linearB.quadraticC.exponentialD.none of the aboveB. Look for a pattern in the table of values to determine which kind of model best describes the data.

  • Write an EquationDetermine which kind of model best describes the data. Then write an equation for the function that models the data.Step 1Determine which model fits the data.1 8 64 512 4096 First differences:

  • Write an EquationSecond differences:The table of values can be modeled by an exponential function.

  • Write an EquationStep 2Write an equation for the function that models the data.The equation has the form y = abx. Find the value of a by choosing one of the ordered pairs from the table of values. Lets use (1, 8).y= abxEquation for exponential function8= a(8)1x = 1, y = 8, b = 88= a(8)Simplify.1= aAn equation that models the data is y = (8)x.Answer: y = (8)x

  • A.quadratic; y = 3x2B.linear; y = 6xC.exponential; y = 3xD.linear; y = 3xDetermine which model best describes the data. Then write an equation for the function that models the data.

    Example 4Write an Equation for a Real-World SituationKARATE The table shows the number of children enrolled in a beginners karate class for four consecutive years. Determine which model best represents the data. Then write a function that models that data.

    Example 4Write an Equation for a Real-World SituationUnderstandWe need to find a model for the data, and then write a function.PlanFind a pattern using successive differences or ratios. Then use the general form of the equation to write a function.SolveThe first differences are all 3. A linear function of the form y = mx + b models the data.

    Example 4Write an Equation for a Real-World Situationy= mx + bEquation for linear function8= 3(0) + bx = 0, y = 8, and m = 3b= 8Simplify.Answer:The equation that models the data is y = 3x + 8.CheckYou used (0, 8) to write the function. Verify that every other ordered pair satisfies the function.

    Example 4A.linear; y = 4x + 4B.quadratic; y = 8x2C.exponential; y = 2 4xD.exponential; y = 4 2xWILDLIFE The table shows the growth of prairie dogs in a colony over the years. Determine which model best represents the data. Then write a function that models the data.

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