Linear Quadratic and Exponential Models Worksheet

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1.

Which of the following models represents the equation $y$ = $\mathrm{mx}$ + $b$?

a. | Quadratic Model | ||

b. | Exponential Model | ||

c. | Cubic model | ||

d. | Linear Model |

Correct answer : (4)

2.

The equation $y$ = $c$ (1 ± $r$)^{$t$} represents, which of the following model?

a. | Quadratic Model | ||

b. | Exponential Model | ||

c. | Cubic Model | ||

d. | Linear Model |

Correct answer : (2)

3.

Which of the following models represents the equation $y$ = $\mathrm{ax}$^{2} + $\mathrm{bx}$ + $c$?

a. | Cubic model | ||

b. | Linear model | ||

c. | Exponential model | ||

d. | Quadratic model |

Correct answer : (4)

4.

Name the type of model suggested by the graph.

a. | Linear model | ||

b. | Exponential model | ||

c. | Cubic model | ||

d. | Quadratic model |

So, the type of model represents the graph is a Quadratic model.

Correct answer : (4)

5.

Name the type of model suggested by the graph.

a. | Exponential model | ||

b. | Cubic model | ||

c. | Linear model | ||

d. | Quadratic model |

So, the type of model represents the graph is a Linear model.

Correct answer : (3)

6.

Name the type of model suggested by the graph.

a. | Linear model | ||

b. | Cubic model | ||

c. | Quadratic model | ||

d. | Exponential model |

So, the type of model represents the graph is an Exponential model.

Correct answer : (4)

7.

Which of the following equation is an example of a linear model?

a. | $y$ = 5$x$ - 2 | ||

b. | $y$ = 3$x$ ^{2} + 2$x$ - 1 | ||

c. | $y$ = 5$x$ ^{2} - 2 | ||

d. | $y$ = 2 (1.02) ^{$x$} |

So, it represents an example of a linear model.

Correct answer : (1)

8.

Which of the following equation is an example of a Quadratic model?

a. | $y$ = 3$x$ + 2 | ||

b. | $y$ = 2$x$ ^{2} - $x$ | ||

c. | $y$ = $x$ | ||

d. | $y$ = 2 ^{$x$} |

So, it represents an example of a Quadratic model.

Correct answer : (2)

9.

Which of the following equation is an example of an exponential model?

a. | $y$ = - $x$ ^{2} + 5$x$ | ||

b. | $y$ = $x$ ^{2} + 1 | ||

c. | $y$ = 2 (1.05) ^{$x$} | ||

d. | $y$ = 2 ($x$ - 1) |

So, it represents an example of an Exponential model.

Correct answer : (3)