Solving algebraic equations and inequalities (linear, quadratic, higher order using synthetic division, rational, radical, and absolute value equations) F. Simultaneous equations II. Graphing and Functions*A. Lines (intercepts, slopes, write equations using point-slope and slope intercept, parallel, perpendicular, distance and midpoint formulas) B. Conic Sections (circle, parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola) *C. Functions (definition, notation, domain, range, inverse, composition) *D. Basic shapes and transformations of the following functions (absolute value, rational, root, higher order curves, log, ln, exponential, trigonometric. piece-wise, inverse functions) E. Tests for symmetry: odd, even III. Geometry A. Pythagorean Theorem B. Area Formulas (Circle, polygons, surface area of solids) C. Volume formulas D. Similar Triangles * IV. Logarithmic and Exponential Functions *A. Simplify Expressions (Use laws of logarithms and exponents) *B. Solve exponential and logarithmic equations (include ln as well as log) *C. Sketch graphs *D. Inverses * V. Trigonometry **A. Unit Circle (definition of functions, angles in radians and degrees) B. Use of Pythagorean Identities and formulas to simplify expressions and prove identities *C. Solve equations *D. Inverse Trigonometric functions E. Right triangle trigonometry *F. Graphs VI. Limits A. Concept of a limit B. Find limits as x approaches a number and as x approaches * A solid working foundation in these areas is very important.