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1 Chapter 2 – Polynomial, Power, and Rational Functions
HW: Pg. 175 #7-16

2 2.1- Linear and Quadratic Functions and Modeling
Polynomial Functions- Let n be a nonnegative integer and let a0, a1, a2,…, an-1, an be real numbers with an≠0. The functions given by f(x)=anxn + an-1xn-1+…+a2x2+a1x+a0 Is a polynomial function of degree n. The leading coefficient is an. f(x)=0 is a polynomial function. *it has no degree or leading coefficient.

3 Identify degree and leading coefficient for functions:
F(x) = 5x3-2x-3/4 G(x) = √(25x4+4x2) H(x) = 4x-5+6x K(x)=4x3+7x7

4 Polynomial Functions of No and Low Degree
Name Form Degree Zero Function F(x) = 0 Undefined Constant Function F(x)=a (a≠0) Linear Function F(x)=ax+b (a≠0) 1 Quadratic Function F(x)=ax2+bx+c (a≠0) 2

5 Linear Functions F(x) = ax+b Slope-Intercept form of a line:
Find an equation for the linear function f such that f(-2) = 5 and f(3) = 6

6 Average Rate of Change The average rate of change of a function y=f(x) between x=a and x=b, a≠b, is [F(b)-F(a)]/[b-a]

7 Modeling Depreciation with a Linear Function
Weehawken High School bought a $50,000 building and for tax purposes are depreciating it $2000 per year over a 25-yr period using straight-line depreciation. What is the rate of change of the value of the building? Write an equation for the value v(t) of the building as a linear function of the time t since the building was placed in services. Evaluate v(0) and v(16) Solve v(t)=39,000

8 Characteristics of Linear Functions y=mx+b
Point of View Characterization Verbal Polynomial of degree 1 Algebraic F(x)=mx+b (m≠0) Graphical Slant line with slope m and y-intercept b Analytical Function with constant nonzero rate of change m, f is increasing if m>0, decreasing if m<0

9 Quadratic Functions and their graphs:
Sketch how to transform f(x)=x2 into: G(x)=-(1/2)x2+3 H(x)=3(x+2) 2-1 If g(x) and h(x) and in the form f(x)=ax2+bx+c, what do you notice about g(x) and h(x) when a is a certain value (negative or positive)?

10 Finding the Vertex of a Quadratic Function:
f(x)=ax2+bx+c We want to find the axis of symmetry, which is x=-b/(2a). Then: The graph of f is a parabola with vertex (x,y), where x=-b/(2a). If a>0, the parabola opens upward, and if a<0, it opens downward.

11 Use the vertex form of a quadratic function to find the vertex and axis of the graph of f(x)=8x+4x2+1: x=-b/(2a)

12 Find the vertex of the following functions:
F(x)=3x2+5x-4 G(x)=4x2+12x+4 H(x)=6x2+9x+3 f(x)=5x2+10x+5

13 Vertex Form of a Quadratic Function:
Any Quadratic Function f(x)=ax2+bx+c, can be written in the vertex form: F(x)=a(x-h)2+k Where (h,k) is your vertex h=-b/(2a) and k=is the y

14 Using Algebra to describe the graph of quadratic functions:
F(x)=3x2+12x f(x)=a(x-h)2+k =3(x2+4x) Factor 3 from the x term =3(x2+4x+() - () ) Prepare to complete the square. =3(x2+4x+(2)2-(2)2) Complete the square. =3(x2+4x+4)-3(4) Distribute the 3. =3(x+2)2-1

15 Find vertex and axis, then rewrite functions in vertex form: f(x)=a(x-h)2+k
F(x)=3x2+5x-4 F(x)=8x-x2+3 G(x)=5x2+4-6x

16 Characteristics of Quadratic Functions: y=ax2+bx+c
Point of View Characterization Verbal Polynomial of degree ___ Algebraic F(x)=______________ (a≠0) Graphical a>0 a<0

17 2.2 Power Functions With Modeling
HW: Pg.189 #1-10

18 Power function F(x)=k*xa
a is the power, k is the constant of variation EXAMPLES: Formulas Power Constant of Variation C=2∏r 1 2∏ A=∏r2 2 F(x)=4x3 G(x)=1/2x6 H(x)=6x-2

19 What is the power and constant of variation for the following functions:
F(x) = ∛x 1/(x2) What type of Polynomials are these functions? (HINT: count the terms)

20 Determine if the following functions are a power function Given that a,h,and c represent constants,, and for those that are, state the power and constant of variation: 6cx-5 h/x4 4∏r2 3*2x ax 7x8/9

21 2.3 Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree
HW: Pg 203 #33-42e

22 Graph combinations of monomials:
F(x)=x3+x G(x)=x3-x H(x)=x4-x2 Find local extrema and zeros for each polynomial

23 Graph: F(x)=2x3 F(x)=-x3 F(x)=-2x4 F(x)=4x4 What do you notice about the limits of each function?

24 Finding the zeros of a polynomial function:
F(x)=x3—2x2-15x What do these zeros tell us about our graph?

25 SKETCH GRAPHS: F(x)=3x3 + 12x2 – 15x H(x)=x2 + 3x2 – 16
G(x)=9x3 - 3x2 – 2x K(x)=2x3 - 8x2 + 8x F(x)=6x2 + 18x – 24

26 2.4 Real Zeros of Polynomial Functions
HW: Pg. 216 #1-6

27 Long Division 3587/ (3x3+5x2+8x+7)/(3x+2)

28 Division Algorithm for Polynomials
F(x) = d(x)*q(x)+r(x) F(x) and d(x) are polynomials where q(x) is the quotient and r(x) is the remainder

29 Fraction Form: F(x)/d(x)=q(x)+r(x)/d(x)
(3x3+5x2+8x+7)/(3x+2) Write (2x4+3x3-2)/(2x2+x+1) in fraction form

30 Special Case: d(x)=x-k
D(x)=x-k, degree is 1, so the remainder is a real number Divide f(x)=3x2+7x-20 by: (a) x (b) x (c) x+5

31 We can find the remainder without doing long division!
Remainder Theorem: If a polynomial f(x) is divided by x-k, then the remainder is r=f(k) Ex: (x2+3x+5)/(x-2) k=2 So, f(k)=f(2)=(2)2+3(2)+5=15=remainder

32 Lets test the Remainder Theorem with our previous example:
Divide f(x)=3x2+7x-20 by: (a) x (b) x (c) x+5

33 PROVE: If d(x)=x-k, where f(x)=(x-k)q(x) + r
Then we can evaluate the polynomial f(x) at x=k:

34 Use the Remainder Theorem to find the remainder when f(x) is divided by x-k
F(x)=2x2-3x+1; k=2 F(x)=2x3+3x2+4x-7; k=2 F(x)=x3-x2+2x-1; k=-3

35 Synthetic Division Now we can use this method to find both remainders and quotients for division by x-k, called synthetic division. (2x3-3x2-5x-12)/(x-3) K becomes zero of divisor

36 STEPS: 3 | 2 -3 -5 -12 _____________
* Since the leading coefficient of the dividend must be the leading coefficient , copy the first “2” into the first quotient position. * Multiply the zero of the divisor (3) by the most recent coefficient of the quotient (2). Write the product above the line under the next term (-3). * Add the next coefficient of the dividend to the product just found and record sum below the line in the same column. * Repeat the “multiply” and “add” steps until the last row is completed. 3 | _____________

37 Use synthetic division to solve:
(x3-5x2+3x-2)/(x+1) (9x3+7x2-3x)/(x-10) (5x4-3x+1)/(4-x)

38 Rational Zero Theorem Suppose f is a polynomial function of degree n1 of the form f(x)=anxn+…+a0 with every coefficient an integer. If x=p/q is a rational zero of f, where p and q have no common integer factors other than 1, then P is an integer factor of the constant coefficient a0, and Q is an integer factor of the leading coefficient an. Example: Find rational zeros of f(x)=x3-3x2+1

39 Finding the rational zeros:
F(x)=3x3+4x2-5x-2 Potential Rational Zeros:

40 Find rational zeros: F(x)=6x3-5x-1 F(x)=2x3-x2-9x+9

41 Upper and Lower Bound Tests for Real Zeros
Let f be a polynomial function of degree n≥1 with a positive leading coefficient. Suppose f(x) is divided by x-k using synthetic division. If k≥0 and every number in the last line is nonnegative (positive or zero), then k is an upper bound for the real zeros of f. If k≤0 and the numbers in the last line are alternately nonnegative and nonpositive, then k is a lower bound for the real zeros of f.

42 Example: Lets establish that all the real zeros of f(x)=2x4-7x3-8x2+14x+8 must lie in the interval [-2,5]

43 Now we want to find the real zeros of the polynomial function f(x)=2x4-7x3-8x2+14x+8

44 Steps to finding the real zeros of a polynomial function:
Establish bounds for real zeros Find the real zeros of a polynomial functions by using the rational zeros theorem to find potential rational zeros Use synthetic division to see which potential rational zeros are a real zero Complete the factoring of f(x) by using synthetic division again or factor.

45 Find the real zeros of a polynomial function:

46 Find the real zeros of a polynomial function:
F(x)=2x3-3x2-4x+6 F(x)=x3+x2-8x-6 F(x)=x4-3x3-6x2+6x+8 F(x)=2x4-7x3-2x2-7x-4

47 2.5 Complex Numbers

48 F(x)=x2+1 has no real zeros
In the 17th century, mathematicians extended the definition of √(a) to include negative real numbers a. i =√(-1) is defined as a solution of (i )2 +1=0 For any negative real number √(a) = √|a|*i

49 Complex Number- is any number written in the form:
a +bi , where a, b are real numbers a+bi is in standard form

50 Sum and Difference Sum: (a+bi) +(c+di) = (a+c) + (b+d)i
Difference: (a+bi) – (c+di) = (a-c) + (b-d)I EX: (a) (8 - 2i) + (5 + 4i) (b) (4 – i) – (5 + 2i)

51 Multiply: (2+4i)(5-i) Z=(1/2)+(√3/2)i, find Z2

52 Def: Complex Conjugates of the Complex Number z=a+bi is
Z = a+bi = a – bi When do we need to use conjugates?

53 Write in Standard Form:

54 Complex Solutions of Quadratic Equations

55 Solve: x2+x+1=0 Try: x2-5x+11=0

56 DO NOW: Find all zeros: f(x) = x4 + x3 + x2 + 3x - 6

57 2.6 Complex Zeros and The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
HW: Pg #2-10e, 28-34e

58 Two Major Theorems Fundamental Theorem of Algebra – A polynomial function of degree n has n complex zeros (real and nonreal). Linear Factorization Theorem – If f(x) is a polynomial function of degree n>0, then f(x) has n linear factors and F(x) = a(x-z1)(x-z2)…(x-zn) Where a is the leading coefficient of f(x) and z1, z2, …, zn are the complex zeros of the function.

59 Fundamental Polynomial Connections in the Complex Case
X=k is a… K is a Factor of f(x):

60 Exploring Fundamental Polynomial Connections Write the polynomial function in standard form and identify the zeros : F(x)=(x-2i)(x+2i) F(x)=(x-3)(x-3)(x-i)(x+i)

61 Complex Conjugate Zeros
Suppose that f(x) is a polynomial function with real coefficients. If a+bi is a zero of f(x), then the complex conjugate a-bi is also a zero of f(x)

62 EXPLORATION (with your partner):
What can happen if the coefficients are not real? Use substitution to verify that x=2i and x=-i are zeros of f(x)=x2-ix+2. Are the conjugates of 2i and –i also zeros of f(x)? Use substitution to verify that x=i and x=1-i are zeros of g(x)=x2-x+(1+i). Are the conjugates of i and 1-i also zeros of g(x)? What conclusions can you draw from parts 1 and 2? Do your results contradict the theorem about complex conjugates?

63 Find a Polynomial from Given Zeros
Given that -3, 4, and 2-i are zeros, find the polynomial: Given 1, 1+2i, 1-i, find the polynomial:

64 Find Complex Zeros of f(x)=x5-3x4-5x3+5x2-6x+8

65 Find Complex Zeros The complex number z=1-2i is a zero of f(x)=4x4+17x2+14x+65, find the remaining zeros, and write it in its linear factorization.

66 Find zeros: 3x5-2x4+6x3-4x2-24x+16

67 2.7 Graphs of Rational Functions
HW: Pg. 246 #19-30

68 Rational Functions F and g are polynomial functions with g(x)≠0. the functions: R(x)=f(x)/g(x) is a rational function Find the domain of : f(x)=1/(x+2)

69 Transformations: Describe how the graph of the given function can be obtained by transforming the graph f(x)=1/x g(x)=2/(x+3) H(x)=(3x-7)/(x-2)

70 Finding Asymptotes Find horizontal and vertical asymptotes of f(x)=(x2+2)/(x2+1) Find asymptotes and intercepts of the function f(x)=x3/(x2-9)

71 Analyzing: f(x)=(2x2-2)/(x2-4)

72 Lets look at F(x)=(x3-3x2+3x+1)/(x-1)

73 2.8 Solving Equations in One Variable
HW: Pg. 254 #7-17

74 Solve: X + 3/x = 4 2/(x-1) + x = 5

75 Eliminating Extraneous Solutions:
(2x)/(x-1) + 1/(x-3) = 2/(x2-4x+3) 3x/(x+2) + 2/(x-1) = 5/(x2+x-2)

76 Try: (x-3)/x + 3/(x+2) + 6/(x2 +2x) = 0

77 Finding a Minimum Perimeter:
Find the dimensions of the rectangle with minimum perimeter if its area is 200 square meters. Find the least perimeter: A = 200

78 2.9 Solving Inequalities in One Variable
HW: Finish 2.9 WKSH

79 Finding where a polynomial is zero, positive, or negative
F(x)=(x+3)(x2+1)(x-4)2 Determine the real number values of x that cause the function to be zero, positive, or negative:

80 Find solutions to: (x+3)(x2+1)(x-4)2 > 0 (x+3)(x2+1)(x-4)2 ≥ 0

81 Solving a Polynomial Inequality Analytically:
2x3-7x2-10x+24>0 Solve Graphically: x3-6x2≤2-8x *Plug function into your calculator*

82 Practice: Section 2.9 #1-12 odd Check yourself

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