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Unit 01 • Algebraic Tools for Operating with functions1.1Reviewing ExponentLaws
• a2=1a-m
and
• a-m= 1am
1.2Rational Exponents
a1n
=
na
,
when n is a natural number ||if n is odd, acan be any real number.
amn= nam
=
(na) m.
1.3Solving ExponentialEquationHalf Life: 1.4Add, Subtract, Multiply,Divide Polynomials
a
2
- b
2
= (a - b)(a + b)
a
2
+ 2ab + b
2
= (a + b)
2
a
3
- b
3
= (a - b)(a
2
+ ab + b
2
)
a
3
+ b
3
= (a + b)(a
2
- ab + b
2
)
Unit 02 • Quadratic Functions and equations2.1Complex NumberSystem
• i2=-1
i=-1
2.2Max or Min of aQuadratic Function Bycompleting Square• y= a( x-h)
2
+ k if a> 0, K isMinimumif a < 0, K isMaximum2.3Solving QuadraticEquationQuadratic Formula :
x=-b±b2-4ac2a
2.4Tools for Operatingwith >Complex Numbers3.4Reflections of functionsy= -x reec n ysy= -f(x) reflect in x-axis

Unit 03 • Transformations of FunctionsUnit 03 • Special Formula
Y =
-af {-b( x-h) } -k
Unit 04 • Trigonometry4.1Basic Formulas
S
OH
C
AH
T
OA• csc θ=
1sinθ
• sec θ
=
1cosθ

• cot θ =
1tanθ
sin2
θ +
cos2
θ= 1 1+
cot2θ=csc2θ
tan2θ+1= sec2θ
• tan θ=
sinθcosθ
4.3Sine and Cosine Lawa/sinA= b/sinB
a2=b2+c2-2bccos A
• cosA=
b2+c2-a22bc
Reflect in x
Reflect in y

Verti
Horizo
a>1, expand verticallya<1, compress verticallyb>1, compress horizontally by a factor of 1/bb<1, expand horizontally by a factor of 1/bk>0, Graph goes upwardk<0, Graph goes Downwardh>0, then moves to the righth<0, then moves to left
•when measure of twoangles and any sides aregiven•measure of two sides and
• when measure of two sides and thecontained angle• the measure three sides

4.4The Sine Law: The Ambiguous caseObsicute Triangle ( A 90 ® )If a≤b ( no triangle)If a>b ( one solution)Acute Triabgle ( A<90 ® )a≥b ( one triangle)a<bUnit 05 • Trigonometric Functions5.1Radians and Anglesmeasure• Number of Radians =

or θ=a/r
• To change radian measure to degreemeasure, multiply the number of radians by
(180π)°
• To change degree measure to radianmeasure, multiply the number of degrees by
(π180)
5.2 Trigonometric ratios of any Angle• CAST law :• 30-60-90 triangle( hyp=2, Adj= 1, Oppo=
3
)• 45- 45-90 Triangle( hyp=
2
, , Adj= 1, Oppo= 1)

a< bsinA ( Notriangle)•a = bsinA ( OneSSineAAll T TangentCCosine +