On most days, 10 or 20 minutes of class will be a quiz taken from the homework due that day. There will be no quizzes on exam days or on the first day of class. If (for any reason) we cannot hold a quiz as scheduled, then we'll make it up on the next class day.

For a quiz, you may use any notes that you wrote yourself, so you may refer to your homework assignment (if you did it!). However, you may not use your book or anything else not written by you. You certainly should not talk to other people! Calculators are allowed, although you shouldn't really need them.

When I return a quiz, I'll post my solutions here; see the downloading help if you have trouble reading them. Check the dates; there may be more than one quiz (or none) held on a single day.

  1. Review:
  2. Symmetry and intercepts:
  3. Graphs of lines:
  4. Systems of equations:
  5. Functions:
  6. Graphs of functions:
  7. Properties of functions:
  8. Piecewise-defined functions:
  9. Composition of functions:
  10. Inverse functions:
  11. Linear coordinate transformations:
  12. Word problems with functions:
  13. Distance and midpoints:
  14. Linear functions:
  15. Quadratic functions:
  16. Applications of quadratic functions:
  17. Exponential functions:
  18. Logarithmic functions:
  19. Exponential and logarithmic expressions:
  20. Exponential and logarithmic equations:
  21. Compound interest:
  22. Exponential growth and decay:
  23. Analysing factored polynomial functions:
  24. Finding roots:
  25. Complex roots:
  26. Analysing rational functions:
  27. Graphs of rational functions:
  28. That's it!

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