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Fundamental Skills Topics

Exponent Rules; Polynomial Operations; Factoring Polynomials; Rational Expressions (Simplifying and Operations); Radicals (Simplifying and Operations); Complex Numbers (Simplifying and Operations); Solving Linear Equations; Solving Absolute Value Equations; Solving Quadratic Equations (solve by factoring, square roots, completing the square, quadratic formula); Solving Radical Equations; Solving Rational Equations; Writing Inequalities in Interval Notation; Solving Linear Inequalities; Solving Absolute Value Inequalities

Functions and Their Graphs Topics

Relations and Functions; Implicit vs. Explicit Equations; Function Notation; Evaluating Functions; x- and y-intercepts, zeros; Critical Points (Extrema, Point of Inflection); Increasing and Decreasing Intervals; Continuity, Types of Discontinuity; End Behavior; Tests of Symmetry; Even and Odd Functions; Average Rate of Change; Parent Functions (Linear, Absolute Value, Quadratic, Cubic, Square Root, Cube Root, Reciprocal, Exponential, Logarithmic, Greatest Integer, Sine, Cosine); Transformations (Vertical and Horizontal Translations, x- and y-axis Reflections, Vertical and Horizontal Dilations); Graphing Functions (absolute value, quadratic, cubic, square root, cube root, reciprocal, and greatest integer functions only); Piecewise Functions; Operations with Functions; Compositions of Functions; Inverse Relations and Functions; Verifying Inverses Graphically and Algebraically

Polynomial and Rational Functions Topics

Graphing Power Functions; Graphing Power Functions with Negative Exponents; Graphing Power Functions with Rational Exponents; Graphing Polynomial Functions; End Behavior and Turning Points of Polynomial Functions; Zeros, Linear Factors, and Multiplicity; Effects of Multiplicity on the Graph of a Polynomial Function; Dividing Polynomials using Long Division; Dividing Polynomials using Synthetic Division; Factoring Polynomials using Division; Remainder Theorem; Factor Theorem; Rational Zero Theorem; Irrational Zeros; Descartes' Rule of Signs; Complex Zeros; Fundamental Theorem of Algebra; Using Zeros to Write Polynomial Functions; Graphing Rational Functions; Vertical, Horizontal, and Slant (Oblique) Asymptotes; Solving Nonlinear Inequalities (Polynomial and Rational)

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Topics

Graphing Exponential Functions; Graphing Natural Base (base e) Functions; Exponential Growth and Decay Applications; Applications of the Logistic Growth Function; Compound Interest; Continuous Compound Interest; Logarithms; Converting between Exponential and Logarithmic Form; Evaluating Logarithms and the Change of Base Formula; Natural Logarithms; Properties of Logarithms (Product Property, Quotient Property, Power Property); Expanding and Condensing Logarithms; Solving Exponential Equations using a Common Base; Solving Logarithmic Equations; Solving Exponential Equations using Logarithms; Applications with Solving Equations; Nonlinear Regression: Exponential, Power, Logistic, Logarithmic

Trigonometric Functions Topics

Angles in Standard Position; Degrees and Radians; Coterminal Angles; Degree-Minute-Second (DMS) Form; Arc Lengths; Area of Sectors; Circular Motion: Linear Speed and Angular Speed; Six Trigonometric Functions (Sine, Cosine, Tangent, Cosecant, Secant, Cotangent); Trigonometric Functions Values in Special Right Triangles; Finding Sides and Angles in Right Triangles; Solving Right Triangles; Right Triangle Applications (Angle of Elevation and Angle of Depression); Trigonometric Functions of Angle Angle; Reference Angles; The Unit Circle; Law of Sines; Law of Cosines; Applications of Law of Sines and Law of Cosines; Area of Triangles and Heron's Formula; Graphing Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Functions; Translating Trigonometric Functions (Vertical and Horizontal Phase Shifts); Graphing Reciprocal Functions (with and without translations); Evaluating Inverse Trigonometric Functions; Graphing Inverse Trigonometric Functions; Compositions of Trigonometric Functions

Trigonometric Identities and Equations Topics

Basic Trigonometric Identities (Quotient, Reciprocal, Pythagorean, Cofunction, Even-Odd); Simplifying Trigonometric Expressions; Proving Trigonometric Identities (with Basic Identities); Sum and Difference of Angles Identities; Double Angle Identities; Half-Angle Identities; Product-Sum Identities (Sum-to-Product and Product-to-Sum); Power-Reducing Identities; Proving Trigonometric Identities (with Sum, Difference, Double-Angle, Half-Angle, and Power-Reducing Identities); Solving Trigonometric Equations using Basic Algebraic Methods and Factoring; Solving Trigonometric Equations using Identities (Basic, Sum of Angles, Difference of Angles, Double-Angle, Half-Angle, and Product-Sum Identities)

Polar and Parametric Equations Topics

The Polar Coordinate System; Graphing Polar Coordinates; The Polar Distance Formula; Basic Polar Equations (Lines and Circles); Types and Tests for Symmetry; Maximum r-Values and Zeros of Polar Equations; Classifying Classic Polar Curves (Circles, Limaçons, Lemniscates, Roses, Spirals); Converting Polar and Rectangular Coordinates; Converting Polar and Rectangular Equations; Writing Complex Numbers in Polar Form; Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers; Powers of Complex Numbers; Roots of Complex Numbers; Graphing Parametric Equations; Writing Parametric Equations in Rectangular Form; Projectile Motion

Vectors Topics

Naming Vectors; Types of Vectors (Equivalent, Parallel, Opposite); Proving Vectors are Equivalent; Component Form of a Vector; Finding Magnitude and Direction; Operations with Vectors; Unit Vectors; Standard Unit Vectors; Writing Vectors as a Linear Combination; Writing a Vector in Trigonometric Form; Applications: Resultant Force and Velocity Vectors; Horizontal and Vertical Components of a Vector; Dot Products; Orthogonal Vectors; Finding the Angle Between Vectors; Vector Projections; Vector Projections Applications: Force and Work; Three-Dimensional Coordinate System; Vectors in 3D Space: Component Form, Linear Combinations, Magnitude, Operations, Dot Products, and Angle between Vectors

Conic Sections Topics

Circles (graphing and writing equations); Ellipses (graphing, writing equations, eccentricity); Hyperbolas (graphing, writing equations, eccentricity); Parabolas (graphing and writing equations); Applications of Conic Sections; Identifying Conics in General Conic Form (using the discriminant); Converting General Conic Form to Standard Form; Polar Forms of Conic Equations; Graphing Conics in Polar Form; Converting Polar Form to Rectangular Form

Systems of Equations and Matrices Topics

Two-Variable Systems of Linear Equations Review (Graphing, Substitution, and Elimination Methods); Two-Variable Systems of Linear Equations Applications; Nonlinear Systems of Equations (Solve Graphically and Algebraically); Three-Variable Systems of Equations; Three-Variable System of Equations Applications; Matrix Addition, Subtraction, and Scalar Multiplication; Multiplying Matrices; Determinants; Inverse Matrices; Matrices on the Graphing Calculator; Solving Systems of Equations with Cramer's Rule; Solving Systems of Equations with Inverse Matrices; Solving Systems of Equations with Gaussian Elimination and Augmented Matrices; Solving Systems of Equations with Gauss-Jordan Elimination; Recognizing Special Solutions (No Solution and Infinitely Many Solutions); Partial Fractions (Proper and Improper Expressions); Partial Fractions with Special Case Factors: Repeated Linear and Prime Quadratic

Sequences, Series, and Induction Topics

Explicit vs. Recursive Sequences; Writing the Explicit and Recursive Equation of a Sequence; Arithmetic Sequences (writing formulas, finding terms, and finding arithmetic means); Geometric Sequences (writing formulas, finding terms, and finding arithmetic means); Series and Summations; Arithmetic Series; Geometric Series; Infinite Geometric Series (convergent vs. divergent); Applications; Mathematical Induction; Expanding Binomials using Pascal's Triangle; Expanding Binomials using the Binomial Term; Finding a Specific Term a Binomial Expansion

Introduction to Calculus Topics

Limit Notation; Writing End Behavior in Limit Notation; Limits at a Certain Value; Finding Limits Graphically; Limits that Fail to Exist; One-Sided Limits; Finding Limits Algebraically (Properties of Limits and Direct Substitution); More Techniques: Factoring and Rationalizing to Evaluate a Limit; Limits at Infinity of Power, Polynomial, Reciprocal, and Rational Functions; Limits of Sequences; Tangent Lines; Derivative of a Function (Using a limit or derivative rules); Average vs. Instantaneous Rate of Change; Average vs. Instantaneous Velocity