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  • 1. Wheel of Fortune Questions
  • 2. Question 1 If a bungee jumper jumped from a greater height would the graph of his jump be stretched or compressed?
  • 3. Question 2 What two types of functions could combine to model the path of a skier travelling down a hill covered in moguls?
  • 4. Question 3 Two sound waves interfere in this way to produce a clear note.
  • 5. Question 4 Where is there a dog on a computer hiding in this room?
  • 6. Question 5 What type of functions are modeled by the TI-83 poster on the wall?
  • 7. Question 6 What principle do you use to add functions?
  • 8. Question 7 If a bungee jumper used a stiffer chord, would the graph of his jump be stretched or compressed?
  • 9. Question 8 If a bungee jumper used a shorter chord, would the graph of his jump be stretched or compressed?
  • 10. Question 9 When do two notes sound good together?
  • 11. Question 10 When do two notes sound good together?
  • 12. Question 11 When are two notes discordant?
  • 13. Question 12 Name two real world situations that can be modelled using combined functions.
  • 14. Question 13 What chapter in this unit are we teaching?
  • 15. Question 14 What is the title of this chapter?
  • 16. Question 15 Categorize these functions by whether or not they are combined.
  • 17. Question 16 Who is this?
  • 18. Question 17 If two sine waves were added with the equations y = 5sinx and y = 10sinx, would the resultant wave be larger than the two waves or smaller?