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If q(x)=x+4, determine q(q(q(q(q(q(q(q(q(q(x^3)))))))))). [Hint: look for a pattern]

Posted 4 years ago by **hala_hashem5** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 7 answers

#polynomials

The polynomial 6x^3+mx^2+nx-5 has a factor of x+1. When divided by x-1, the remainder is -4. What are m and n?

Posted 4 years ago by **hala_hashem5** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 2 answers

#polynomial equations

x^{2}^{+}y^{2 /}2x^{3} + y

Posted 4 years ago by **humi** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 1 answers

#polynomials

16^{x}-4^{x}-5=0

Posted 3 years ago by **Zoe_22** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#logarithmic function #functions #polynomial equations

Consider the function of p(x) = √x

a) Sketch the function of p(x)

b) Apply the transformation 2p(-4x+2) to the equation of p(x)

c) Sketch the new transformed function

Posted 3 years ago by **Swetha** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#polynomials

graph the reciprocal of f(x)=0.25(x-2)^{}^{}^{2}-4

Posted 3 years ago by in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#functions

given that cos π/7 = sin y, first express π/7 as a difference between π/2 and an angle, and then apply a cofunction identity to determine the measure of angle y.

Posted 3 years ago by **sphilpott13** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#trig identities and cofunctions

sin

Posted 3 years ago by **HarenieSiva** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#functions

P(t)= -t^3+12t^2-21t+10 where p = 108000

Posted 3 years ago by **jojohhh768** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#polynomials

f(x)={(3,2),(5,1),(7,4),(9,3),(11,5)} and g(x)={(1,3),(2,5),(3,7),(4,9),(5,11)}

Find; a.) f(g(3)

Posted 3 years ago by **Student** in Math 12 University - Advanced Functions | 0 answers

#functions