Barrons AP Calculus

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``````2 x^3   −   6x^2    −   2x  +   10
2 x^2   −   6x  +   1
−6
−3
2
With    the functions   and choices as  in  Question    4,  which   choice  is  correct
for f   (g(x))?``````

``````If  f(x)    =   x^3     +   Ax^2    +   Bx  −   3   and if  f(1)    =   4   and f(−1)   =   −6, what    is  the value
of  2A  +   B?
12
8
0
−2
It  cannot  be  determined  from    the given   information.
Which    of  the     following   equations   has     a   graph   that    is  symmetric   with
respect to  the origin?``````

``````y   =   2x^4    +   1
y   =   x^3     +   2x
y   =   x^3     +   2``````

``````Let g    be  a   function    defined     for     all     reals.  Which   of  the     following
conditions  is  not sufficient  to  guarantee   that    g   has an  inverse function?
g(x)    =   ax  +   b,  a   ≠   0.
g   is  strictly    decreasing.
g   is  symmetric   to  the origin.
g   is  strictly    increasing.
g   is  one-to-one.
Let y   =   f(x)    =   sin (arctan x). Then    the range   of  f   is
{y  |   0   <   y   1}``````