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MTH103: FINAL EXAM
PROCTOR: Verify all requested info is accurate before testing
This exam randomly change throughout the day, therefore, you must complete it all in one sitting. You are warned against sharing any questions or face expulsion. During testing...
1.) You may NOT have any electronic devices
2.) You may NOT have any other programs or windows open unless the test prompts you to do so.
3.) You MUST have a proctor monitoring you at all times during testing.
If your proctor is not your school counselor, then your proctor may be a relative, friend or associate at least 18 years old, and provide a working email address, telephone number and a state issued ID# (State ID or driver's license) for verification (your proctor will be contacted).
4.) You may be issued blank scratch paper by your proctor which must be collected after testing
5.) You may use a calculator/graphing calculator
6.) You must complete your assessment within 60 minutes or 90 minutes if you have an IEP (average testing time is 40 minutes).
7.) Upon completion of your exam, verify that you have replied to all items before submitting.
Indicates required field
I do NOT have an IEP
I DO have an IEP
Counselor's Email if you are in a school
Proctor's Full Name
Proctor's Phone Number
Proctor's State Issued ID# (Or type "Counselor")
In what capacity do you know your proctor?
YOU MAY BEGIN
1.) What is a function?
2.) Define “Domain”.
3.) Give an example of a function.
4.) Define “Range”.
5.) What does “Rate of Change” describe?
6.) When is a function, “concave up”?
7.) When is a function, “concave down”?
8.) What is known as an, “inflection point”?
9.) What meant by, “composition of functions”.
10.) A function is increasing on an interval if ....(finish the statement)
11.) A function is decreasing on an interval if ...(finish the statement)
12.) The average rate of change between two input values is ...(finish the statement)
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