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Functions: Inequalities for All! True or False
1.
Which of the following could be the graph of
y
= (
x
– 1)(
x
+ 2)?
image
>
g
(
x
)
True
False
2.
What are the
x
intercepts of the function
y
=  3
x
^{2}
– 6
x
+ 24?
> 4, 2
True
False
3.
What is the vertex of the parabola given by the equation
y
= 4
x
^{2}
+ 9
x
+ 6? >
True
False
4.
Which of the following statements is false? > The graph of a quadratic function can have multiple
y
intercepts.
True
False
5.
Which of the following could be the graph of the function
y
= (
x
^{2}
+ 1)?
>
f
(
x
)
True
False
6.
Which of the following could be the graph of the function
y
= 3
^{x}
?
>
g
(
x
)
True
False
7.
Which of the following could be the graph of the function
y
= 5 – 3
^{x}
?
>
u
(
x
)
True
False
8.
Which of the following points is in the relation described by the inequality
?
> (6, 1)
True
False
9.
Which of the following could be the graph of the inequality
y
> 7
x
– 6?
>
Inequality 1
True
False
10.
Which of the following could be the graph of the inequality 
x
≥ 4?
>
Inequality 2
True
False
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