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Question 1 1. What is the equation for the area between f(x) and the x-axis from x=0 to x=2?
Question 2 2. The lines a and b are parallel lines of length 5 and 2. The lines d and e are parallel to one another, and both are perpendicular to a and b. What is the length of c?
Question 3 3. Use the given formula to solve for z
Question 4 4. Calculate
Question 5 5. What are the vertical asymptotes for the equation y = 1/(x*(x-5))?
Question 6 6. Using the squeeze theorem, what is z?
Question 7 7. Use the graph and the integral to find z.
Question 8 8. I have a function where f(1) = 0 and f(4) = 3. Why might there not be an x between 1 and 4 such that f(x) = 1?
Question 9 9. Find the derivative of f(x).
Question 10 10. What is the volume of a cube with an edge length of 6 cm?
Question 11 11. What are the regions of continuity for y defined as?
Question 12 12. The amount of money you spend on coffees every month can be calculated as a function of the number of drinks you order every month. What are the independent and dependent variables in this function?
Question 13 13. What is f(g(2)) if g(x) = x^2 and f(x) = x^3?
Question 14 14. Integrate the following.
Question 15 15. Given a continuous function f(x) that satisfies the equation below, which of the following is true, according to the average value theorem?
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