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A hand-written 78-page guide for Pre-Calculus. Includes detailed notes for lessons on Linear Inequalities, Absolute Value, Complex Numbers, Graphing on a Coordinate Plane, Slope, Quadratic Functions, Domain and Range, Polynomials, etc. Each lesson also includes their respective formulas for your convenience. In addition, practice problems with their answers are included.

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A hand-written 78-page guide for Pre-Calculus. Includes detailed notes for lessons on Linear Inequalities, Absolute Value, Complex Numbers, Graphing on a Coordinate Plane, Slope, Quadratic Functions, Domain and Range, Polynomials, etc. Each lesson also includes their respective formulas for your convenience. In addition, practice problems with their answers are included.

detailed summaries on calculus, functions & inverses, sequences and series (number patterns - grade 11 included as well), finance (grade 10, grade 11 and grade 12), grade 11 probability and grade 12 probability. Finance, probability and number patterns notes were made in a mind map format which I find super helpful as all the information you need to know is one 1 page and its super easy to find what you're looking for. There is also a small summary of nature of roots which is very helpful!!!

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detailed summaries on calculus, functions & inverses, sequences and series (number patterns - grade 11 included as well), finance (grade 10, grade 11 and grade 12), grade 11 probability and grade 12 probability. Finance, probability and number patterns notes were made in a mind map format which I find super helpful as all the information you need to know is one 1 page and its super easy to find what you're looking for. There is also a small summary of nature of roots which is very helpful!!!

Accuplacer Math Study Guide The following sample questions are similar to the format and content of questions on the Accuplacer College Level Math test. Reviewing these samples will give you a good idea of how the test works and just what mathematical topics you may wish to review before taking the test itself. Our purposes in providing you with this information are to aid your memory and to help you do your best. I. Factoring and expanding polynomials Factor the following polynomials: Expand t...

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Accuplacer Math Study Guide The following sample questions are similar to the format and content of questions on the Accuplacer College Level Math test. Reviewing these samples will give you a good idea of how the test works and just what mathematical topics you may wish to review before taking the test itself. Our purposes in providing you with this information are to aid your memory and to help you do your best. I. Factoring and expanding polynomials Factor the following polynomials: Expand t...

College Algebra Notes! by an A student. Includes function notation & arithmatic, graphs and tranformations, quadratic functions, polynomials, rational zero theorem, complex zeros, rational functions, inequalities and much more! Great and clear examples.

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College Algebra Notes! by an A student. Includes function notation & arithmatic, graphs and tranformations, quadratic functions, polynomials, rational zero theorem, complex zeros, rational functions, inequalities and much more! Great and clear examples.

1 FUNCTIONS AND MODELS 1.1 Four Ways to Represent a Function 1. The functions () = √2 − and () = √2 − give exactly the same output values for every input value, so and are equal. 2 2. () = = − 1 (1) = 1. ( − 1) = for 1 =, 0so and [where () = ] are not equal because (1) is undefined and − 1 3. (a) The point (1 3) is on the graph of , so (1) = 3. (b) When = −1, ...

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1 FUNCTIONS AND MODELS 1.1 Four Ways to Represent a Function 1. The functions () = √2 − and () = √2 − give exactly the same output values for every input value, so and are equal. 2 2. () = = − 1 (1) = 1. ( − 1) = for 1 =, 0so and [where () = ] are not equal because (1) is undefined and − 1 3. (a) The point (1 3) is on the graph of , so (1) = 3. (b) When = −1, ...

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Summarised Notes & Proofs made according to the scope given to us for Test 5 in 2019. Topics: • Factorials - Resource book 2 • 1-1 functions and permutations - Resource book 2 • Falling factorials - Resource book 2 • Combinations - Resource book 2 • Binomial coefficients and Pascal’s Triangle - Resource book 2 • The Binomial Theorem - Resource book 2 • Maclaurin and Taylor polynomials - Stewart 11.10 (polynomials, and not series). • Elementary properties of complex numbers (al...

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Summarised Notes & Proofs made according to the scope given to us for Test 5 in 2019. Topics: • Factorials - Resource book 2 • 1-1 functions and permutations - Resource book 2 • Falling factorials - Resource book 2 • Combinations - Resource book 2 • Binomial coefficients and Pascal’s Triangle - Resource book 2 • The Binomial Theorem - Resource book 2 • Maclaurin and Taylor polynomials - Stewart 11.10 (polynomials, and not series). • Elementary properties of complex numbers (al...

Short Review Sheet over Graphing Quadratic Functions -Multiple Examples

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Short Review Sheet over Graphing Quadratic Functions -Multiple Examples

A nice review of some simple maths graphing. Linear, quadratic, exponential decay / growth and power functions. All reviewed and explained.

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A nice review of some simple maths graphing. Linear, quadratic, exponential decay / growth and power functions. All reviewed and explained.

A very straight to the point summary of the following Topics: Graphing Quadratic Equations Limits and Continuity Limits at Infinity Differentiation Implicit Differentiation Tangent Lines Slopes Transcendental Functions Higher Order Derivatives Extreme Values Concavity and Inflection Exponential and Logarithmic Functions ( logs )

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A very straight to the point summary of the following Topics: Graphing Quadratic Equations Limits and Continuity Limits at Infinity Differentiation Implicit Differentiation Tangent Lines Slopes Transcendental Functions Higher Order Derivatives Extreme Values Concavity and Inflection Exponential and Logarithmic Functions ( logs )

All Mathematics Formulas You Must Know! Taking the ATI TEAS test with only a few weeks or even few days to study? First and foremost, you should understand that the 2018 ATI TEAS Mathematics section does not provide a list of basic formulas that will be required to know for the test. This means that you will need to be able to recall many math formulas on the ATI TEAS. Below you will find a list of all Math formulas you MUST have learned before test day, as well as some explanations for how to u...

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All Mathematics Formulas You Must Know! Taking the ATI TEAS test with only a few weeks or even few days to study? First and foremost, you should understand that the 2018 ATI TEAS Mathematics section does not provide a list of basic formulas that will be required to know for the test. This means that you will need to be able to recall many math formulas on the ATI TEAS. Below you will find a list of all Math formulas you MUST have learned before test day, as well as some explanations for how to u...