Section 9.1 = Circles & Parabolas
At the end of this section, you should know / be able to do the
following (should all be review):
For a circle or parabola:
Given the standard form equation of a circle, identify:
The center and radius
Given the stand
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Precalculus
Section 7.8: Applications of
Matrices & Determinants
After this section, you should
be able to:
Find
the area of a triangle or
parallelogram using determinants
Use determinants to determine if three
points are collinear
Encrypt
Section 9.2 = Ellipses
At the end of this section, you should know / be able to do the
following:
For an ellipse:
Given the standard form for the equation of an ellipse, identify
the orientation (horizontal or vertical), center, foci, vertices, and
co-v
Section 9.3 = Hyperbolas
At the end of this section, you should know / be able to do the
following:
For a hyperbola:
Given the standard form for the equation of a hyperbola, identify
the center, foci, and vertices.
Find the asymptotes of a hyperbola, a
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Precalculus
Section 6.1: Law of Sines
At the end of this section, you should be able to:
Derive (prove) and apply the area formulas for oblique
triangles
Derive (prove) and apply the Law of Sines to solve
triangles
Can you find the formula f
7.6 7.7: Determinants and Inverses of
Matrices
Find the determinant of a square matrix
either by hand or using your calculator.
Use the determinant to find the inverse of a 2
x 2 matrix; use a calculator to find the
inverse of larger square matrices
Repre
Sections 7.4 7.5: Matrix basics
Example:
1 2 3
B
4
5
6
Use uppercase letter to designate a matrix (your calculator will
use a capital letter inside square brackets, e.g. [A].
The order or dimensions of a matrix is m x n (# of rows by #
of columns)
For