# Week 7 – 31 questions

Week 7 – 31 questions

Week 7 – 31 questions
4.1 Exponential Functions and Their Applications 4.2 Logarithmic Functions and Their Applications
Week 7 – 31 questions
Homework Assignment week 7 Due July 19 th, 2022 The following homework assignment consists of exercises from sections 4.1 and 4.2 in the textbook. There are 30 assigned exercises, and you are asked to complete all of them for full credit on the assignment. Each exercise is worth 3 points for a total of 90 points . There is 1 extra credit exercise from section 4.1 as well. Each extra credit exercise is worth 3 points for a total of 3 extra credit points . Please see the rubric on homework assignment week 1 for grading details on this homework assignment. I recommend working on the homework exercises as soon as possible after our class meetings where we discuss the topics . You may hand write or type the weekly assignments, and turn in during our class meeting or submit your work in the assignment section of the D2L shell as one complete pdf by the due date. You must show all work for full or partial credit, using the methods that we discuss in our class meetings. Please submit organized, legible and complete work. Section 4.1 (pgs. 350 -352) Exercise 21 Exercise 23 Exercise 29 Exercise 33 Exercise 37 Exercise 63 Exercise 67 Exercise 69 Exercise 71 Exercise 97 Exercise 113 Extra Credit: Exercise 35 Section 4.1 (pgs. 350 -352) For exercises 33, 35 and 37, (1) Construct a table of values (or points) to graph = () −2 −1 0 1 2 (2) Graph the points and draw a smooth continuous curve through the points. (3) State the domain (4) State the range (5) and state wheth er the graph is increasing or decreasing Homework Assignment week 7, page 2 Section 4.2 (pgs. 363 -364) Exercise 17 Exercise 19 Exercise 27 Exercise 29 Exercise 31 Exercise 33 Exercise 37 Exercise 59 Exercise 63 Exercise 65 Exercise 69 Exercise 71 Exercise 73 Exercise 79 Exercise 85 Exercise 89 Exercise 93 Exercise 97 Exercise 103 Ext Section 4.2 (pgs. 363 -364) For exercises 33 and 37, (1) Construct a table of values (or points) to graph For 33, use the following table = () −1 0 1/3 1 3 Undefined Undefined For 37, us e the following table = () −1 0 1/2 1 2 Undefined Undefined (2) Graph the points and draw a smooth continuous curve through the points. (3) State the domain (4) State the range