There are many things that can go wrong in these problems. First you have to make sure you are using the proper rows or these problems will go on forever. You also have to pay close attention too each step that you do and its helpful if you write down the steps. Good luck!
In these types of problems you have to make see that the factors repeat and are not distinct. You also have to remember to "count up". You must count up on the repeating factors or the answer will be wrong.
For this problem every little bit of math must be right. If it is not all right you will have to do everything step all over again. Be very careful when doing these problems and play close attention to the math.
One thing to look out for is the h because it will become your asymptote. Also unlike the exponential graph the domain is limited and the range is the other way around. You must be careful about mixing those two up.
You need to pay special attention to the a,b,h,k as they will be used in order to graph the equation. You also need to pay attention to the asymptote because it will make the graph have no x intercept. Lastly you need to pay attention to the domain and ranges.
In order to understand thus problem you must pay close attention to the given info. You also have to keep the numerator and denominator seperate from one another almost like they're 2 completely different problems until the very end where you bring them together. You also have to have the clue that you figured out on your own in this case log base 4 of 4 or this problem would be impossible to solve
This problem is about the rational expression x^3-x^2-6x/x^2+8x+12. In this problem you have to find multiple things. These things include the slant and vertical asymptote along with holes and x and y intercepts. You must also be able to graph the rational expression
You need to pay attention to wether the simplified or original equation was used to find things such as the intercepts. You must also pay attention to the way the graph as it will guide you through the problem. With all that said good luck on solving this rational expression.
This problem is about finding all the zeros of a 4th degree polynomial that would be otherwise unfactorable. This problem requires may different skills that we have learned throughout the unit. This problem also has many different steps to pay attention too.
In order to understand this problem you need to understand the different tools needed to solve this problem such as synthetic division. You must also pay attention to you work as there are many different areas where you can make a mistake. This problem may take a lot of guess and check but you'll eventually get the right answer.
This problem is about polynomials. This problem will show you how to get the original equation when only given x intercepts and their multiplicities. This problem is also about graphing the polynomial using only its x intercepts and their multiplicities.
When doing these kinda problems you have to be sure to account for the multiplicities or you wont get the right answer. You also have to make sure to switch the sign of the zero to get it into the proper form. You must also remember what the multiplicities do to the graph. i.e. through bounce or curve
This problem is a quadratic equation. You must graph the problem and find the vertex, intercepts and the axis. To do this you must compete the square and find the parent function.
In this problem you must pay special attention to the parent function equation in order to be able to graph it. You must also pay attention to the x intercepts and they may be tricky to find. Lastly you need to pay attention to your graph and finding the right values to be able to graph it accurately.