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Chapter 1: Packing your Suitcase Lesson 1.1.1 1. a Independent variable = distance from end of tube to the wall. Dependent variable = width of field of view. @. The equation depends on the length and diameter of the tubes used. The students should have a slope between 0.12 and 0.14 with a y-intercept around 3.5 om if they use a paper towel core, 1-2, Answers will depend on the students’ tube and models, 13. Answers will depend on the students’ tube and models. Review and Preview 1.1.1 15, a parabola y b. ©. _ hyperbola, inverse variation, 4. exponential y= 2* reciprocal funetion y= + =] . €. absolute value y f square root y=Vx femens\Caeee |—, 1-6. Examples of non-functions are a circle, x? + y? Other answers are acceptable, 1-8. a 22 =2.2 23 =2-2-2 24=2.2.2.2 7? and a“sleeping” parabola, x = y? 7-8 9 slope = W=\$ = } point —slope form —> y=20=3(x-(-12)) slope — intercept form —> yo 20=3x+27 or y=Fx+d7 28 =2.2.2-2.2=32 26 =2.2.2.2.2.2=64 c. They are half as large each time. Divided by 2, or multiplied by /4 is also acceptable do 2%=2-4=1,24 fieeelen Dt pe 1-10. a x(2x45) b. 3x93 (a9? - 3) 1 a (2xP=23-x3 = 8x3 ce. (3x) =34-x4 =81x4 1-12. os - or 23 17x31 = 2x9) Gx-2P = (3x 2)(3x-2) = 9x7 = 6x 6x44 = 9x? - 12x44 Gx) =