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Question 1:
1 pts
The equation of $p(x)$ is $p(x)=x^2$. What is the equation of $q(x)$?
$q(x) = x^2 + 2$
$q(x) = x^2 - 2$
$q(x) = (x + 2)^2$
$q(x) = (x - 2)^2$
Question 2:
1 pts
What is the equation of the polynomial represented by the red line?
$q(x) =\frac12 (x+1)^3$
$q(x) =\frac12 (x-1)^3$
$q(x) =\frac12 x^3+1$
$q(x) =\frac12 x^3-1$
Question 3:
2 pts
What is the equation of $q(x)$?
$q(x)=x^4+1$
$q(x)=x^4-1$
$q(x)=(x-1)^4$
$q(x)=(x+1)^4$
Question 4:
2 pts
What is the equation of $q(x)$?
$q(x)=\frac12 x-1$
$q(x)= \frac12 x+1$
$q(x)= \frac12 (x+1)$
Question 5:
2 pts
What is the equation of $q(x)$?
$x^2-1$
$(x-1)^2$
$-(x^2+1)$
$(x+1)^2$
Question 6:
2 pts
The equation represented by a red line is $q(x) = ax^2$. What is possible value for $a$?
$a=1$
$a=1/2$
$a=2$
Question 7:
3 pts
What is the equation of the polynomial represented by the red line?
$q(x) =(x+2)^2+1$
$q(x) =(x-2)^2-1$
$q(x) =(x-2)^2+1$
$q(x) =(x+2)^2-1$
Question 8:
3 pts
What is the equation of the polynomial represented by the red line?
$q(x) =x^2-4x-5$
$q(x) =x^2+4x-5$
$q(x) =x^2+4x+5$
Question 9:
3 pts
What is the equation of $q(x)$?
$q(x)=-\frac12x^2-x-1$
$q(x)=-\frac12x^2+x-1$
$q(x)=\frac12x^2-x-1$
Question 10:
3 pts
The equation represented by a red line is $q(x) = a\cdotp(x)$. What is possible value for $a$?
$a=2$
$a=-2$
$a=1/2$
$a=-1/2$
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