1. Graph the rational function y=(x+1)/(x^{2}+2x-3). Find asymptotes and intercepts.

2. Evaluate a) e^{ln(35) } b)

3. Sketch the graph of y=4^{x}

4. Solve for x: 3 log x = log x + log (2+x)

5. Compute all six trigonometric functions of t, if cos t=1/4 and t is in the fourth quadrant.

6. prob 8. pag 387

7. Sketch the graph of the polynomial function

y=x^{3}+x^{2}-x-1. Make sure that your graph shows all intercepts and exhibits the proper end behavior.

8. Use the Laws of Logarithms to rewrite the expression in a form with no logarithm of a product, quotient root or power. a) ln(3y^{2}/(x-6)^{2}) b) log_{a}(a^{2}/bcd^{4})

9. Find a function of the form y=c a^{x} whose graph passes

through the point (1,6) and intercepts the y-axes in y=2.

10. Solve for x: a. e^{x+7}=e^{2}e^{2x+1 }b. e^{2x }- e^{x }- 6=0

11. Compute the all six trigonometric functions of t, if sin t=-1/2 and t is in the thrid quadrant.

12. prob 3 pag 386