For a quiz, you should not use any materials other than those I provide for it. You certainly should not talk to other people. Calculators will sometimes be allowed, although you shouldn't really need them; all of the numbers in the problems will be simple.

When I return a quiz, I'll post my solutions here; see the downloading help if you have trouble reading them. (If you took a Quiz late, then you may have taken a different version.)

- Review:
- Date taken: April 8 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: April 1&6;
- Sections of the textbook: Chapters R&1;
- Calculators: OK;
- My
**answers**: DejaVu format, PDF format.

- Graphs and functions:
- Date taken: April 15 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: April 8&13;
- Sections of the textbook: 2.2&2.3, 3.1;
- Calculators: OK;
- My
**answers**: DejaVu format, PDF format.

- Functions and transformations:
- Date taken: April 22 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: April 15&20;
- Sections of the textbook: 3.3–3.5;
- Calculators: OK;
- My
**answers**: DejaVu format, PDF format.

- Linear and quadratic functions:
- Date taken: May 6 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: April 22 to May 4;
- Sections of the textbook: 3.6, 4.1, 4.3;
- Calculators: OK;
- My
**answers**: DejaVu format, PDF format.

- Analysing and graphing polynomial and rational functions:
- Date taken: May 13 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: May 6&11;
- Sections of the textbook: 5.1–5.3;
- Calculators: OK.

- Rational inequalities and analyising zeroes:
- Date taken: May 20 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: May 13&18;
- Sections of the textbook: 5.4–5.6;
- Calculators: OK.

- Composition, inverse functions, exponential functions, and logarithms:
- Date taken: May 27 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: May 20&25;
- Sections of the textbook: 6.1–6.4;
- Calculators: OK.

- Exponential and logarithmic equations and applications:
- Date taken: June 3 Thursday;
- Lectures covered: May 27 and June 1;
- Sections of the textbook: 6.5–6.8;
- Calculators: OK.

- That's it!

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