# Function Review Quiz

Quiz by Staci Gallun, updated more than 1 year ago
 Created by Staci Gallun about 4 years ago
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### Description

Function Review Practice

## Resource summary

### Question 1

Question
Match each equation with the correct type of function.
• cube root
• parabola
• absolute value
• logarithmic
• exponential
• vertical
• linear
• square root

### Question 2

Question
Determine the indicated features of the graph below.
• 3
• -3
• -6
• 6
• (0,2)
• (2,0)
• y=mx+b
• y=-2
• Range
• ALL REAL NUMBERS
• [-2,2]
• [2,2]
• [2,-4]
• NEVER!
• (-infinity,5)
• (0,0)

Question
True or False?
• True
• False

### Question 4

Question
Check all that apply.
• The zeros of the graph are x=0 and x=-2
• The minimum of the graph occurs (-1,1)
• The graph is an absolute value function
• The graph is a quadratic function
• As x goes to infinity, y goes to negative infinity
• The range in (-infinity, 1]
• The domain is ALL REAL NUMBERS
• The graph is never increasing
• The domain does not exist

### Question 5

Question
Match each description with the function.
• left 1 unit
• down 2 units
• reflect over the x-axis
• up 6 units
• left 2 units
• down 1 unit
• right 2 units
• left 6 units

### Question 6

Question
Match each equation with the correct graph.
• y=-√(x-1)
• y=-∛(x+4)
• y=√(x+3)
• y=√(x-3)
• y=√(x)+3
• y=-(√x)-1
• y=√x-1
• y=∛(x+4)
• y=-∛(x)+4

### Question 7

Question
Determine the correct equation for the graph.
• y=2(3)^x
• y=2x+3
• y=3(2)^x
• y=3^x

### Question 8

Question
a) The y-intercept of the graph is at the point [blank_start](0,3)[blank_end]. b) Where is the graph increasing? [blank_start]Never[blank_end] c) The equation of the asymptote is [blank_start]y=2[blank_end] d) The domain of the function is [blank_start]all real numbers[blank_end].
• (0,3)
• Never
• y=2
• all real numbers

### Question 9

Question
As x goes to negative infinity, what happens to y?
• y goes to negative infinity
• y goes to zero
• y goes to -1
• y goes to infinity
• y does not exist

### Question 10

Question
Determine the characteristic of the given graph.
• x>-2
• All Real Numbers
• (-infinity,0)
• y=-2
• x=-2
• y=0
• Never
• (-infinity,-infinity)
• (-2,infinity)
• (-infinity,-2)
• y goes to infinity
• x goes to infinity
• y goes to 0
• y goes to -2
• y goes to -infinity

### Question 11

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 12

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 13

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 14

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 15

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 16

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 17

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 18

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 19

Question
Select the correct answer.
• a
• b
• c
• d

### Question 20

Question
Select all that apply.
• a
• b
• c
• d
• e
• f
• g

### Question 21

Question
The vertex of the graph is [blank_start](2,5)[blank_end].
• (2,5)

### Question 22

Question
Fill in the blanks.
• 2
• 4
• x=-2

### Question 23

Question
Be sure to include x= or y= for each asymptote.
• y=5
• y=0
• x=1
• y=141
• x=0
• x=56

### Question 24

Question
Select the correct answers for each blank.
• (-infinity,-7)
• (-7,infinity)
• (-infinity,infinity)
• (-2,infinity)
• All Real Numbers
• (0,infinity)
• (-2,infinity)
• (-infinity,-2)
• infinity
• 7
• -7
• -infinity
• infinity
• -infinity
• -7
• -2
• x
• y
• h
• k
• 7
• -7
• 2
• -2
• -1
• reflected
• rotated
• translated
• x
• y
• h
• k
• 2
• -2
• 4
• -1
• up
• down
• left
• right
• 7
• -2
• -1
• 4
• up
• down
• left
• right

### Question 25

Question
The equation of this graph is...(be sure to include the y =)
• y=3sin(180x)+2

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