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When you study pre-calculus, you are crossing the bridge from algebra II to Calculus. Here is a summary of what you learn in pre-calc.
Dixie Frazier saved to Education math
Precalculus will be moving beyond their introduction to functions and function notation from Algebra II and into a in-depth development of transformations. We will be applying transformations (translations, reflections, dilations, etc.) to many of the parent functions included in the image above (we will save trigonometry for the Spring!). Understanding transformations is a crucial link between the algebraic form of a function and its graphical behavior. We will spend a considerable amount…
Suzette Philpot saved to School cool stuff
Unit Circle Hand Trick - Amazing trick for evaluating trig functions without a calculator. It helps students memorize the unit circle quickly. Great technique for your high school math analysis or trig class. Check it out today!
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Holt Mathematics Course 2 pdf Holt Mathematics Course 2 pdf : Pages 881 By Jennie M. Bennett, Edward B. Burger, David J. Chard, Audrey L. Jackson, Paul A. Kennedy Publisher: Holt McDougal, Year: 2007…
Sherman Williams saved to Education
“Reglas de logaritmos para los que odian las letras en matemáticas, pero adoran los colores :)”
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