Course Code: MPREC12
Prerequisite Course: Pre-Calculus 12
This course is meant for students going into math, science, engineering, ans other post-secondary programs that require calculus. The key concepts covered in Pre-Calculus 12 are as follows:
- Trigonometry – angles in standard position (degrees and radians), the unit circle, solve problems using the 6 trigonometric ratios (degrees and radians), graph and analyze the trigonometric functions (sine, cosine and tangent) to solve problems, solving first and second degree trigonometric equations (degrees and radians), prove trigonometric identities using various techniques.
- Relations and Functions – operations on (and compositions of) functions, horizontal and vertical translations/stretches/reflections of functions and their graphs, inverse relations, logarithms (including product, quotient and power laws of logarithms), graphing and problem solving involving exponential and logarithmic functions, factoring/graphing/analyzing polynomial/radical/rational functions.
- Permutations, Combinations, and Binomial Theorem – solving problems using the fundamental counting principle, solving problems involving permutations and combinations, expanding powers of a binomial using a variety of techniques including the binomial theorem.
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