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Course SummaryWhether you're looking for a comprehensive high school precalculus curriculum, or supplement to your learning in class, check out this engaging and self-paced high school precalculus course. The course contains video lessons and interactive quizzes to help you study for exams and improve your overall precalculus knowledge.
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Take your knowledge of function notation and polynomial equations to the next level with the precalculus lessons included in this course. This precalculus course covers the full range of concepts commonly taught in high school precalculus classes, and they feature entertaining video lessons lasting less than ten minutes each. You can view them as many times as you need and in any order, which makes it easy to learn at your own pace. There are also matching transcripts that include links to text lessons outlining important terminology, as well as self-assessment quizzes you can use to make sure you've got a firm grasp of each lesson's material.
These precalculus lessons are perfect for educators, students, professionals and independent learners.
- High school students can use this course to get extra practice with the precalculus concepts they've learned in class or study for upcoming exams.
- Teachers can assign lesson quizzes and chapter exams to their students as homework assignments.
- Casual learners who want to brush up on important precalculus topics can study these lessons on-the-go using any computer or mobile device.
- Working professionals can expand their skill sets by learning and practicing precalculus concepts covered in this course.
- Rate of change
- Graph symmetry
- Absolute value equations
- Complex numbers
- Quadratics and quadratic functions
- Function operations
- Graphing with functions
- Rational expressions and function graphs
- Exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions
- Trigonometric graphs
- Piecewise functions
- Vectors, matrices and determinants
- Mathematical sequences and series
- Analytic geometry and conic sections
- Algebraic sets
- Trigonometric applications and identities
- Polar coordinates and parameterizations
- Rational functions and difference quotients
- Higher-degree polynomials
- Polynomial functions
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