Some Students may write a computer program or spreadsheet to solve problems. Decision making skills while writing problem solving. Theorems about Order and Absolute Value. Linear Inequalities in Two Variables. Composition and Inverse of Functions.
Sample Spaces and Events. Finding an Equation of a Line. Mutually Exclusive and Independent Events. Linear Inequalities in Two Variables. Sums and Differences of Rational Expressions. The Slope of a Line.
Sample Spaces and Events. Written communication on home work and tests. Solving Equations in One Variable. Double-Angle and Half-Angle Formulas. Decision making skills while writing problem solving.
The Natural Logarithm Function. Values of Trigonometric Functions.
Inverse and Joint Variation. Written communication for solving Extra Credit Problems. Graphs of the Other Functions. Addition and Scalar Multiplication. Basic Properties of Real Numbers. Students will be able to apply technology to real world problem solving situations and extra credit problems. Writing Quadratic Equations and Functions.
Composition and Inverse of Functions. Graphs of Sine and Cosine. Graphs of Linear Equations in Two Variables. Absolute Value in Open Sentences.
Mutually Exclusive and Independent Events. Problem solving skills while doing homework and word problems.
More on Central Conics. Products and Factors of Polynomials. The Imaginary Number i.
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Students will be able to access information on the web Lecture Notes and Homework posted on web page. Expansion of Determinants by Minors. Scientific Notation and Significant Digits.
Linear Inequalities in Two Variables. Solving Inequalities in One Variable.
The Law of Sines. Students follow State Ed. Problem Solving with Equations. Series and Sigma Notation. The General Binomial Expansion.
The Geometry of Quadratic Systems. The Remainder and the Factor Theorems. Real Numbers and Their Graphs.