# Functions + analytic geometry - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 21

- Ascend vs. descent

Which function is growing? a) y = 2-x b) y = 20 c) y = (x + 2). (-5) d) y = x-2 - Ladder

4 m long ladder touches the cube 1mx1m at the wall. How high reach on the wall? - Find the 15

Find the tangent line of the ellipse 9 x^{2}+ 16 y^{2}= 144 that has the slope k = -1 - Linear independence

Determine if vectors u=(-4; -5) and v=(20; 25) are linear Linear dependent. - Symmetry by plane

Determine the coordinates of a image of point A (3, -4, -6) at a symmetry that is determined by the plane x-y-4z-13 = 0 - Slope

Calculate the slope of a line that intersects points (-84,41) and (-76,-32). - V - slope

The slope of the line whose equation is -3x -9 = 0 is - Tangents to ellipse

Find the magnitude of the angle at which the ellipse x^{2}+ 5 y^{2}= 5 is visible from the point P[5, 1] . - Lie/do not lie

The function is given by the rule f(x) = 8x+16. Determine whether point D[-1; 8] lies on this function. Solve graphically or numerically and give reasons for the your answer. - Circle

Circle is given by centre on S[-7; 10] and maximum chord 13 long. How many intersect points have circle with the coordinate axes? - A screen

A screen is 1680 x 1050 pixels. What are the coordinates (and size in pixels) of an centered area which is exactly 33% of the screen size? - Line segment

For the line segment whose endpoints are L[-1, 13] and M[18, 2], find the x and y value for the point located 4 over 7 the distance from L to M. - Set of coordinates

Consider the following ordered pairs that represent a relation. {(–4, –7), (0, 6), (5, –3), (5, 2)} What can be concluded of the domain and range for this relation? - Three vectors

The three forces whose amplitudes are in ratio 9:10:17 act in the plane at one point to balance. Determine the angles of each two forces. - Points on line segment

Points P & Q belong to segment AB. If AB=a, AP = 2PQ = 2QB, find the distance: between point A and the midpoint of the segment QB. - Coordinates of square vertices

I have coordinates of square vertices A / -3; 1/and B/1; 4 /. Find coordinates of vertices C and D, C 'and D'. Thanks Peter. - General line equations

In all examples, write the GENERAL EQUATION OF a line that is given in some way. A) the line is given parametrically: x = - 4 + 2p, y = 2 - 3p B) the line is given by the slope form: y = 3x - 1 C) the line is given by two points: A [3; -3], B [-5; 2] D) t - Points in space

There are n points, of which no three lie on one line and no four lies on one plane. How many planes can be guided by these points? How many planes are there if there are five times more than the given points? - Curve and line

The equation of a curve C is y=2x² -8x+9 and the equation of a line L is x+ y=3 (1) Find the x co-ordinates of the points of intersection of L and C. (2) Show that one of these points is also the stationary point of C? - Prove

Prove that k1 and k2 are the equations of two circles. Find the equation of the line that passes through the centers of these circles. k1: x^{2}+y^{2}+2x+4y+1=0 k2: x^{2}+y^{2}-8x+6y+9=0

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