Collin County Community College Spring Creek Campus (SCC)
Department of Mathematics - Spring 2007
Math 1332.S01
College Mathematics
Course Credit: 3 hrs, Prerequisite: TSI placement
Meeting Time: MWF
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
Chapter 3-1 Notes
Quadratic Functions and Models
Weve learned what linear functions are and how they model perfectly linear or nearly linear data.
We now fo
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Chapter 8-1 & 8-2 Notes
Sequences and Series
Sequences
A sequence is a function that computes an ordered list.
Infinite sequence is a function that has the
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Chapter 5-4 Notes
Logarithmic Functions and Models
We learned how to solve linear and quadratic equations, we now solve for exponential equations of
the for
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Chapter 5-3 Notes
Exponential Functions and Models
Today we deal with other types of nonlinear functions that are referred to as Exponential Functions.
Expo
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Chapter 4B Notes
Savings Plans and Investments
Sometimes we do not have large amounts of money to initially invest/deposit into a savings account;
however w
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Chapter 4A Notes
The Power of Compounding
We are now familiar with the compound interest and continuous compounding interest formulas
(sections 5-3).
Compou
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Chapter 3-2 Notes
Quadratic Equations and Problem Solving
We now focus on solving quadratic equations. Recall we learned how to solve for linear equations
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Chapter 2-3 Notes
Linear Equations
Equation is a statement that two mathematical expressions are equal. Equations always have an
equals sign.
Ex: x + 15 = 9
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Chapter 2-2 Notes
Equations of Lines
Today, we discuss how equations of lines can be determined and some of their applications.
Point-Slope Form of the equa
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Chapter 2-1 Notes
Linear Functions and Models
A model is based on observed data. Mathematical models are used to forecast business trends,
design the shapes
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Chapter 1-4 Notes
Types of Functions and Their Rates of Change
Linear Functions
Constant function - A function f represented by f(x) = b, where b is a const
Math 1332 - College Mathematics
Chapter 1-3 Notes
Functions and Their Representations
Function: is a relation in which each element in the domain corresponds to exactly one element in
the range.
Ex: y
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