This course provides the opportunity for students to informally investigate the traditional concepts of calculus, such as maxima, minima, infinite sequences, limits, derivatives, and integrals. In addition, students work with the algebraic manipulation they will need in future courses.
1st Nine Weeks
Ch. 1 - Functions and Graphs.
Ch. 2 - Polynomial, Power, and Rational Functions.
2nd Nine Weeks
Ch. 3 - Exponential, Logistic, and Logarithmic Functions.
3rd Nine Weeks
Ch. 4 - Trigonometric Functions.
Ch. 5 - Analytic Trigonometry.
4th Nine Weeks
Ch. 6 - Applications of Trigonometry.
Ch. 7 - Systems and Matrices.
Ch. 8 - Analytic Geometry in Two and Three Dimensions.
Ch. 9 - Discrete Mathematics.
Ch. 10 - Statistics and Probability.
End of Course Exam
Ch. 11 - An Introduction to Calculus: Limits, Derivatives, and Integrals.