Precalculus consists of insights needed to understand calculus.
You can simplify and evaluate expressions, factor/multiply polynomials, combine expressions.
You can solve all problems from the basic math section plus solving simple equations, inequalities and coordinate plane problems.
The thing is: something can look quite different but have the same value.
Precalculus Problems Website (The development of this website was supported by a UIIP grant from the Teaching Resources Center at the University of California, Davis.) Click on a topic below to go to problems on that topic: 1.
These letters may be combined in various configurations with known values.
You have two main groups of configuration 1: Expression.
Several examples, with detailed solutions, involving products, sums and quotients of exponential functions are examined. Newton's method is an example of how differentiation is used to find zeros of functions and solve equations numerically.
Examples with detailed solutions on how to use Newton s method are presented. Linear approximation is another example of how differentiation is used to approximate functions by linear ones close to a given point.
Here is a list of all of the maths skills students learn in year 13!
These skills are organised into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to preview the skill. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!