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 10:00 am - 10:50 am (January 16 May 12), Room #: K213
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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 focus on working with nonlinear data (curvilinear), speci
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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 set of natural numbers as its domain (D = cfw_1, 2, 3,
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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 form a = kx, where the variable x is an exponent. We intro
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
Chapter 5-3 Notes
Exponential Functions and Models
Today we deal with other types of nonlinear functions that are referred to as Exponential Functions.
Exponential functions are common in real world applications
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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 we may afford to make periodic payments (PMT) instead an
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
Chapter 4A Notes
The Power of Compounding
We are now familiar with the compound interest and continuous compounding interest formulas
(sections 5-3).
Compound Interest: A = P (1 + r / n) n t
Continuous Compoundi
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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
(section 2-3); we will also solve quadratic equations gr
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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 = 9x 1,
Note
x2 2x + 1 = 2x,
xy + x2 = y3 + x,
1+5=6
equat
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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 equation of a line line with slope m passing through the po
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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 of cars, estimate ecological trends, control highway t
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Math 1332 - College Mathematics
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 constant (fixed number).
Ex: f(x) = 7 (see p.46)
y
x
Linear
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 = f(x)
Function notation: y = f(x) -> f of x equals y
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