Millersville University/Department of Mathematics
MATH 160 -- Precalculus Web References
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An introduction to
rectangular coordinates
.
Techniques for drawing the
graphs of equations
.
An introduction to
linear equations
.
An introduction to
functions
.
Analyzing the
graphs of functions
.
A
library of graphs
of parent functions.
Rigid and nonrigid
transformations
of functions.
An introduction to the
arithmetic
and
composition
of functions.
Determining if an
inverse function
exists, how to find it algebraically, and how to graph it.
An introduction to
mathematical modeling and variation
.
An introduction to
quadratic functions and modeling
.
An introduction to
polynomial functions
and the
Intermediate Value Theorem
for polynomial functions.
Long division
of polynomial functions and the
Remainder
and
Factor
Theorems.
An introduction to
complex numbers
.
Find the
zeros
of polynomial functions.
An introduction to
rational functions
.
Solving
nonlinear inequalities
.
An introduction to
exponential functions
.
An introduction to
logarithmic functions
.
Properties of logarithms
.
Solving
exponential and logarithmic equations
.
Solving real-world problems using
exponential and logarithmic models
.
An introduction to
angles
and
radian
and
degree
measure.
The
trigonometric functions
of the
unit circle
.
An introduction to
right triangle trigonometry
.
Evaluating trigonometric functions of
any angle
.
Graphing the
sine
and
cosine
functions.
Graphing the
other trigonometric
functions.
An introduction to the
inverse trigonometric
functions. functions.
Applications
of the trigonometric functions.
Using the
fundamentral trigonometric identities
.
Guidelines
for
verifying
trigonometric identities.
Solving
trigonometric equations
.
An introduction to
sum and difference formulas
.
Some useful
multiple-angle
and
product-to-sum
formulas.
An introduction to the
Law of Sines
.
An introduction to the
Law of Cosines
.
An introduction to the conics featuring the
parabola
.
An introduction to
ellipses
.
An introduction to
hyperbolas
.
An introduction to
parametric equations
.
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