Q1 For the function defined by: f(x) = X^2 for X1Part I: Evaluate . A. Identify the function that will be used when x = 0. (1 point)


Q1 For the capacity defined by: f(x) = X^2 for X<1

                                                     2x+1 for X>1

Part I: Evaluate .   A. Identify the capacity that conciliate be used when x = 0. (1 subject-matter)

                               B. Find the estimate of this capacity when x = 0. (1 subject-matter)

Part II: Graph .

   A. Graph the primitive capacity thoroughly. (1 subject-matter)

   B. On the similar graph you used to confutation sever (A), graph the second capacity thoroughly. (1 subject-matter)

   C. Identify the estimate of x at which the capacitys modify. Remove the severs of each continuity that are not comprised in lordship of the identical capacity. (2 subject-matters)

   D. Place known and reserved circles well on the ends of each continuity to consummate the capacity. (2 subject-matters)

Q2: Solve the forthcoming rule of equations algebraically.



Part I: Multiply one of the equations by a trustworthy in prescribe to explain by end. Show the new rule of equations underneath. (1 subject-matter)

Part II: Combine the two equations to explain one of the shiftings. Show the effect of this synthesis underneath. (1 subject-matter)

Part III: Explain for the shifting. What is this estimate? (2 subject-matters)

Part IV: Substitute this estimate tail into an equation to explain for the other shifting. Write the key to this rule underneath. (2 subject-matters)

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