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Unformatted text preview: MATH 505G  56245  Pre Calculus Spring 2009 Instructor: Neil Hoffman Email: nhoffman@math.utexas.edu Office: RLM 11.154 Office Hours: MW 1112 F 1:302:30; by appointment Class Hours: MWF 34 RLM 6.104 Review Sessions: TTH 3:304:30 UTC 3.132 Website: ma.utexas.edu/users/nhoffman/2009Spring505G/505G.html Textbook Precalculus (Custom Edition) by Michael Sullivan, Pearson Course Overview This course has been designed to prepare students for the calculus courses (M408C and M408K) re quired to earn their degrees in their chosen majors. In fact, the final exam will have questions similar to those assigned in the first week of M408K. Over the course of the semester the lectures, homework and discussion sections will introduce you to the functions and skills that form the foundation of cal culus. These concepts include: sets, algebra of functions, inverse functions, logarithms*, exponential functions*, trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions, polynomials, and the range, do main and graphs of these functions. In general, the course is geared toward those students who have had at least three and a half years of high school mathematics....
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