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Take it step-by-step for pre-calculus success! The quickest route to learning a subject is through a solid grounding in the basics. So what you won't find in Easy Pre-calculus Step-by-Stepis a lot of endless drills. Instead, you get a clear explanation that breaks down complex concepts into easy-to-understand steps, followed by highly focused exercises that are linked to core skills--enabling learners to grasp when and how to apply those techniques. This book features: Large step-by-step charts breaking down each step within a process and showing clear connections between topics and annotations to clarify difficulties Stay-in-step panels show how to cope with variations to the core steps Step-it-up exercises link practice to the core steps already presented Missteps and stumbles highlight common errors to avoid You can master pre-calculus as long as you take it Step-by-Step!
Carolyn Wheater teaches middle and upper school mathematics at the Nightingale-Bamford School in New York City. She has taught math and computer technology for 30 years to students from preschool through college. She is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and the Association of Teachers in Independent Schools.
Table of Contents
What you already ought to know1 Graphs and the Graphing Calculator2 Functions3 Quadratic Functions4 Polynomial Functions5 Rational Functions6 Powers, Roots and Radical Functions7 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions8 Systems of Equations9 Matrices and Determinants10 Conics (Quadratic Relations)11 Parametric Equations12 Sequences and Series13 LimitsANSWERS