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Points, Vectors, and Functions: Function Junction, What's Your Function? True or False
1.
Which of the following statements is true? > The equation
y = x
^{2}
describes
y
as a function of
x
.
True
False
2.
We say
y =
f
(
x
)
is a function of
x
if > there is only one possible
y
for each
x
.
True
False
3.
Which of the following functions is bounded above but not bounded below? >
True
False
4.
We say a function
f
(
x
) defined on the whole real line is bounded below if > There is a real number
K
such that
f
(
x
) ≤ K for all real
x
.
True
False
5.
Which of the following statements is FALSE? > If a function is nondecreasing, that function must also be strictly increasing.
True
False
6.
Which of the following graphs shows a function that is nonincreasing but is not strictly decreasing? >
True
False
7.
Which of the following graphs shows an even function? >
True
False
8.
Which of the following functions is odd? >
f
(
x
) = x + x
True
False
9.
Which of the following statements is true? > It is possible for a function to be neither even nor odd.
True
False
10.
Which graph shows a function that is strictly decreasing, odd, and bounded both above and below?
> B
True
False
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