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Simplifying Rational Expressions
– The ability to simplify rational expressionscan be vital in some Calculus problems.
Graphing and Common Graphs
– Here are some common functions and how tograph them. The functions include parabolas, circles, ellipses, and hyperbolas.
Solving Equations, Part I
– Solving single variable equations, including thequadratic formula.
Solving Equations, Part II
– Solving multiple variable equations.
Solving Systems of Equations
– Solving systems of equations and someinterpretations of the solution.
– Solving polynomial and rational inequalities.
Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
– Solving equations and inequalitiesthat involve absolute value.
TrigonometryTrig Function Evaluation
– How to use the unit circle to find the value of trigfunctions at some basic angles.
Graphs of Trig Functions
– The graphs of the trig functions and some niceproperties that can be seen from the graphs.
– Some important trig formulas that you will find useful in aCalculus course.
Solving Trig Equations
– Techniques for solving equations involving trigfunctions.
Inverse Trig Functions
– The basics of inverse trig functions.
Exponentials / LogarithmsBasic Exponential Functions
– Exponential functions, evaluation of exponentialfunctions and some basic properties.
Basic Logarithm Functions
– Logarithm functions, evaluation of logarithms.
– These are important enough to merit their own section.
– The basics for simplifying logarithms.
Solving Exponential Equations
– Techniques for solving equations containingexponential functions.
Solving Logarithm Equations
– Techniques for solving equations containinglogarithm functions.
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