# Math 10 Second Quarter Reviewer

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- Q1
You were tasked to determine the zeros of agiven polynomial function

. You know that the leading coefficient, degreeof the function and numerical coefficients are needed to determine the zeros ofa polynomial function. Which method is used to determine the zeros of a polynomial functionusing the coefficients of each term of the polynomial function?

Leading Coefficient Test

Synthetic Division

End Behavior of the Graph

Graph of Polynomial Function

30s - Q2
It is used to determine the end behavior of the graph of a polynomial function.

End Behavior of the Graph

Leading Coefficient Test

Graph of Polynomial Function

Synthetic Division

30s - Q3
What is the end behavior of the graph of a function with an even exponent and negative leading coefficient?

The graph falls to the left and rises to the right.

The graph rises to both left and right.

The graph falls to both left and right.

The graph rises to the left and falls to the right.

30s - Q4
The zeros of are 1 multiplicity 1 and 2 multiplicity 2. Which of the following description of the graph with respect to the x-axis will you give to Kate?

The graph crosses the x-axis at (-1,0) and (2,0).

The graph is tangent at (-1,0) and crosses the x-axis at (2,0).

The graph is tangent at both (-1,0) and (2,0).

The graph crosses the x-axis at (-1,0) and tangent at (2,0).

30s - Q5
The box’s volume below is V(x)=(2x

^{3}+9x^{2}+9x) cm^{3}. If the box’s volume is 70*cm*hat is the value of^{3}, w*x*?7

5

10

2

30s - Q6
Which of the followingstatements are

**TRUE**about circles?I. A chord of a circle is a line segment that has its endpoints on the circle.

II. If a circle is divided into three equal arcs, each is a major arc.

III. A circle has an infinite number of congruent chords.

IV. Any chord whose length is twice the circle’s radius always passes through the center of the circle; thus, it is known as the circle’s diameter.

I, III, and IV

I, II, and IV

I, II, and III

II, III, and IV

30s - Q7
Which of the following statements are

**TRUE**?I. The length of theradius of a circle is twice the length of its diameter.

II. In a circle, a diameter divides thecircle into two semicircles.

III. The degree measure of a minor arcis less than 180 degrees.

II and III

I and II

I, II and III

I and III

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- Q9
Which of the following is NOT an inscribed angle?

*∠LAY**∠ELA*$\angle AEY$

$\angle YKA$

30s - Q10
What is the measureof the angle formed by two secants intersecting in the exterior of the circle,if the intercepted arcs measure 208

^{0}and 80^{0}?80

^{0}64

^{0}208

^{0}128

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