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Grade 12 Functions and Relations CCSS: HSF-LE.B.5
The function $f(x)=(2x^2-7x+6)/(x^2+2x-8)$ has:
1. a vertical asymptote at x=2, a horizontal asymptote of y=2, and a hole at x=-4.
2. a horizontal asymptote at x=-4 and a hole at x=2.
3. vertical asymptotes at both x=2 and x=-4.
4. a horizontal asymptote at x=2 and a hole at x=-4.
5. a vertical asymptote at x=-4, a horizontal asymptote of y=2, and a hole at x=2.
Grade 12 Polynomials and Rational Expressions CCSS: HSA-APR.D.7
Simplify $(x^2-4x+3)/(x^2+4x-5)+(x^2+4x+3)/(x^2+6x+5)$
1. $(2x)/(x+5), \ x!= -1, 1$
2. $(2x^2+6)/(2x^2+10x), \ x!= 0, -5$
3. $(10(4x^2+3x))/(24x^2-10x-25)$
4. $(6)/(x^2+6x+5) , \ x!= 1$
Grade 12 Functions and Relations CCSS: HSF-IF.C.8b
Grade 12 Polynomials and Rational Expressions
Solve for x: (x-2)(2x+3)=0
1. -.3
2. -2,-2/3
3. 2,-3/2
4. 2,3/2
Jack is keeping track of the scores for his favorite teams in a series of basketball games. He records the initials of the team and score for each game. Which matrix represents the data he collected?
Round 1
SC 67
RG 103
PD 89

Round 2
RG 109
SC 86
PD 111

Round 3
PD 42
SC 99
RG 121
1. $[[67,103,89],[109,86,111],[42,99,121]]$
2. $[[67,86,99],[103,109,121],[89,111,42]]$
3. $[[42,99,121],[111,86,109],[67,103,89]]$
4. $[[67,109,42],[103,86,99],[89,111,122]]$
Grade 12 Function and Algebra Concepts
$(x)/(x-2)=-24 \ \$ Solve for x.
1. $x=24/5$
2. $x=12$
3. $x=-16$
4. $x=48/25$
$x^2 -kx + k=1$ This equation has
1. 2 solutions
2. 1 solution
3. no solutions
4. 2 or 1 solution
Grade 12 Function and Algebra Concepts
$x^(2/3)x^(5/2)$
1. $x^(10/6)$
2. $x^(19/6)$
3. $x^(1/6)$
Which matrix represents the system of equations $2x=8$ and $6=3y+x$?
1. $[[2,8,0],[6,3,1]]$
2. $[[8,2,0],[6,3,1]]$
3. $[[0,2,8],[6,3,1]]$
4. $[[2,0,8],[1,3,6]]$