Online PreCalculus Overview
PreCalculus, An Individualized Approach is an instruction system for a students planning to enter a course in Calculus. It is designed for students who have successfully completed two years of Algebra and Trigonometry. The instruction emphasizes functions in a variety of circumstances.
Every objective in the course is thoroughly explained and developed. Numerous examples illustrate every concept and procedure. Student involvement is guaranteed as the presentation invites the student to work through partial examples. Each unit of material ends with an exercise specifically designed to evaluate the extent to which the objectives have been learned and encourage re-study of any skills that were not mastered.
- Sets and the Real Numbers
- Equations and Inequalities
- Solving Ploynomial Equations
- Basic Skills for Graphing
- Graphing Ploynomial and Rational Functions
- The Conics
- Exponentials and Logarithm Functions
- Systems of Equations
The instruction is dependent upon reasonable reading skills and conscientious study habits. With those skills and attitudes in place, the student is assured a successful experience in learning those concepts associated with PreCalculus.