Pre-Calculus - Lesson 14
Synlhe: Division
Last time we did long division. Let's review the process for long
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Pre-Calculus - Lesson #3
Solvirg Eguufions - Linear Quadratic, Fractional
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Pre-Calculus - Lesson 17
Limits - Day 1
Intro & Limits at infinity
First, let's take a minute to try and understand what a limit is.
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Pre-Calculus Lesson 5 - Interval Notation / Inequalities
Interval Notation - The new way we will use to describe sets of numbers
- Think back to inequality graphs
Open circle on graph is represented b
Pre-Calculus - Lesson 13
InTermediaTe Value Theorem and Long Division
Make a Table of values and ploT The poinTs on The following graph of The
funcTion f(x) = xS 3x" x1 4x1 .
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Pre-Calculus - Lesson 7 - (Ch 1.2)
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Pre-Calculus - Lesson 16
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
If f(x) is a polynomial function of degree_n_, then f(x) has exactly n
zergs in the Complex Number System.
Corollary - Linear Factorization Theo
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Pre-Calculus - Lesson 9 - Ch 1.3
Transformations of Functions
For this lesson we will be dealing with 4 basic functions
f(x):x2 fx):x3
We will investigate what happens when we change the functions.
Pre-Calculus - Lesson 18
Technigues for EvaluaTing LimiTs
The firsT Technique To evaluaTe a limiT is To simply plug in The value To see if
The funcTion has a value aT ThaT x.
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Pre-Calculus - Lesson 8
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nearby point is called the Difference: Quotie
Pre-Calculus Lesson #2
Circles
The following is the general form for a conic section
Ax2+B +Cy2+Dx+Ey+F=O
We will assume that 3:0, and so leave rotational coordinate systems for
a college Algebra clas