# Study Guide: Chapters 1 & 2

## Math 098

- Identify the set(s) which the given number belongs to. This is set up in a table form where all
you need to do is check the given sets. An example is given. Look at key concept 1 in chapter
1. Three parts.
- Perform the indicated operations and simplify the results. Look at problems 1 - 20 in the
Chapter 1 review*. Four parts.
- Identify the property used to justify each statement. Look at problems 35 - 36 in the Chapter 1
review*. Two parts.
- Given a function, evaluate the function at two values. Look at problems 31 - 36 in section
1.3*. Two parts.
- Solve each equation or inequality. For each inequality, write the answer in interval notation.
Look at problems 46 - 70 in the Chapter 1 review*. Six parts.
- Write the function defined by this histogram shown in ordered-pair notation. Look at
problems 25 - 26 in section 2.4 and problem 45 in the Chapter 2 review*.
- Determine if the given lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Look at problems 14 - 15 in
the Chapter 2 review*. Two parts.
- Classify each relation as either a function or a relation that is not a function. State the domain
and the range of each function. Look at problems 31 - 42 in the Chapter 2 review*. Two
parts.
- Find the equation in general form of the line satisfying the given conditions. Look at problems
17 - 27 in the Chapter 2 review*. Four parts.
- Variation problem. Look at problems 57 - 60 in the Chapter 2 review*.
- Mixture problem. Look at problems 39 - 42 in the section 1.5*.
- Determine the domain of each function. Look at problems 11 - 24 in section 2.5*. Three
parts.
- Find the Union and Intersection of two intervals. Look at problems 51 - 52 in section 1.6 and
problem 87 in the Chapter 1 review*.

* - Problem is directly from text.