1.
If the graph shown at the right is a transformation of the parent function , which choice is a possible equation for this function?
Choose:

2.
If the graph shown at the right is a transformation of the parent function , which choice is a possible equation for this function?
Choose:

3.
What is the domain of this function?

Choose:
 (-4,∞) (0,∞) [-4,∞) [4,∞)

4.
Function h(x) is a transformation of function f (x). The function h(x) can be expressed as:

Choose:
 h(x) = f (x) - 4 h(x) = f (x - 2) - 4 h(x) = f (x + 2) - 4 h(x) = f (x - 3) - 4

5.
Regarding the graph at the right:
a) Which interval is the domain?
Choose:
 [-2, ∞) (0, ∞) [-1, ∞) [-2, 0)

b)
Which interval is the range?
Choose:
 [-2, ∞) (0, ∞) [-1, ∞) [-2, 0)

c)
On which interval is the function positive?
Choose:
 [-2, ∞) (0, ∞) [-1, ∞) [-1, 0)

d)
On which interval is the function negative?
Choose:
 [-2, ∞) [-1, ∞) [-2, 0] [-1, 0)

e)
Which choice is an end behavior for this function?
Choose:
 As x → ∞, f (x) → 3. As x → -1, f (x) → -1. As x → ∞, f (x) → -2. As x → -1, f (x) → -2.

6.
Function g(x) is a transformation of the cube root function.

On which interval is the function decreasing?
Choose:
 (-∞,0) (-∞,2) (-∞,∞) (2,∞)

7.
Regarding the graph at the right:
f (x) is a transformation of the square root function.
a) What is the domain of f (x)?
Choose:
 [1, ∞) (-∞, 1] (-∞, 3] [3, ∞)

b)
Which interval is the range?
Choose:
 (1, ∞) [1, ∞) [3, ∞) (-∞, 3)

c)
Which of the following statements is true for f (x)?
Choose:
 Increasing and positive on the interval (-∞, 3). Decreasing and positive on the interval (-∞,3). Increasing and negative on the interval (-∞,3). Decreasing and negative on the interval (-∞,3).

d)
Which choice is a possible equation for f (x)?
Choose:

8.
Regarding the graph at the right:
h(x) is a transformation of the cube root function.
a) Which interval is the domain?
Choose:
 [0, 4] [-5, 5] [0, ∞) (-∞, ∞)

b)
Which point is the x-intercept?
Choose:
 (0,-5) (0, 2) (-5, 0) (2, 0)

c)
On which interval is the function positive?
Choose:
 (-∞, ∞) (-5, ∞) (2, ∞) (0, ∞)