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# Module 3

### Review of Sections 8.2 & 8.3

Question | Answer |
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_________ detonates the positive or principal square root of a non-negative number "a". (Section 8.2) | √a |

The square root of a _______ number is not a real number. (Section 8.2) | Negative |

The graph of an ______ ______ function is V-shaped. (Section 8.2) | Absolute Value |

The graph of a _______ function is a parabola. (Section 8.2) | Quadratic |

___________: x-values (How far left or how far right) (Section 8.3) | Domain |

_________: y-values (How far up or how far down) (Section 8.3) | Range |

What does the graph look like if it had this equation? f(x)=x (Section 8.3) | Linear (straight line) |

What does the graph look like if it had this equation? f(x)=x^2 (Section 8.3) | Parabola (U-shaped) |

What does the graph look like if it had this equation? f(x)=√x (Section 8.3) | Quadratic (Half of a Parabola) |

What does the graph look like if it had this equation? f(x)=lxl (Section 8.3) | V-shaped |

Describe the shifts of this function: f(x)= - lx-4l -3 (Section 8.3) | Reflected downwards, Right 4 units, down 3 units |

Describe the shifts of this function: h(x)= (x+5)^2 (Section 8.3) | Moved left 5 units |

Describe the shifts of this function (up, down, left, right): y= lxl + 10 (Section 8.3) | Up 10 units |

Describe the shifts of this function: f(x)= -(x+12)^2 -5 (Section 8.3) | Reflected down, Left 12 units, Down 5 units |

The opposite of squaring a number is taking the ________ _________ of a number. (Section 8.3) | Square Root |

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