Honors Trigonometry/ Precalculus Mrs. M. Menges
Course Topics:
Unit 1 Functions and Graphs
Unit 2 Polynomial, Power, and Rational Functions
Unit 3 Exponential, Logistic, and
Unit 5
Unit 6
Unit 7
Analytic Trigonometry
Vectors, Parametric and Polar Equation
Directly Versus Inversely Proportional
match the following equations and sentences
e) y varies inversely with the
square of x
a) y varies inversely with x
b) z varies jointly with x and y
c) y varies directly with x
d) z varies directly with y and
inverse
Solving Polynomial Equations
1) Descartes Rule of Signs
Definition: determines the possible number of positive or negative roots of an equation
1) The number of sign changes in P(x) is equal to (or less by 2) the number of positive
real roots
2) The numbe
Analyzing/Investigating Functions
What to look for while investigating functions:
Name of function
Locator Point
X-intercepts
Y-intercepts
Domain
Range
Continuity
Increasing
Decreasing
Constant
Boundedness
Maximum
Minimum
Symmetry
Asymptotes
End Behavior
Line of Best Fit Activity
Is there a relationship between the temperature on a summer day and the number of
people using the local public pool?
Day
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Temperature ( F)
68
75
97
90
82
100
93
79
62
80
84
Number of People
280
360
450
420
Conic Sections
Identify each conic section. Find all important points that apply, such as
center, foci, and vertices. If the conic section is a hyperbola, find the
asymptotes. If the conic section is a parabola, find the directrix and axis of
symmetry. Gr
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