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MWF 1:25-2:15 in HSS 109
T 2:10-3:25 in Ayres 123

Office Hours
TW 3:30-4:30 in Ayres 326

FINAL EXAM INFO
Thu 12/7 @ 8am in MM 63

Math Tutoring Center

Ayres G012
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Hodges North Commons
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Test Review Materials

 Test 1 Topic Outline Solutions to Outline Exercises Timed Practice (50min) Solutions to Timed Practice Test 2 Topic Outline Solutions to Outline Exercises Timed Practice (50min) Solutions to Timed Practice Test 3 Topic Outline Solutions to Outline Exercises Timed Practice (50min) Solutions to Timed Practice Test 4 Topic Outline Solutions to Outline Exercises Timed Practice (50min) Solutions to Timed Practice Final Exam Skills Checklist Practice Problems Solutions Fall 2014 Final Exam Solutions Spring 2015 Final Exam Solutions

Internet Videos

 Test 1 Fri 8/25(1.1) Absolute Value as a Distance from Zero Distributive Property Inequalities, Interval Notation, and the Number Line Adding/Subtracting Fractions Distance between Two Numbers Mon 8/28(1.2) Exponent Introduction A Number to the Zeroth Power Exponent Properties Negative Exponents Some Exponent Examples Radicals Introduction Tue 8/29(1.2) Radicals & Fractional Exponents Adding Radicals Rationalizing Denominators Wed 8/30(1.3) Multiplying Multiple Term Expressions More Multiplying with Multiple Terms Factoring a Common Factor Factoring x^2+Ax+B Factoring Ax^2+Bx+C Fri 9/1(1.3, 1.4) Factoring A^2-B^2 Factoring A^3+B^3 Factoring A^3-B^3 Tue 9/5(1.4) Multiplying Rational Expressions Dividing Rational Expressions Wed 9/6(1.5) Solving Equations of Degree 1 A Degree 1 Equation w/Many Variables Solving Equations of Degree 2 by Factoring Fri 9/8(1.5) How to Complete the Square Solving Equations of Degree 2 by Comp the Sq The Quadratic Formula Mon 9/11(1.8) Solving Inequalities Intro A Linear Inequality Example Compound Inequalities Absolute Value Inequality Intro An Absolute Value Inequality Example Tues 9/12(1.8, 1.9) A Quadratic Inequality Another Quadratic Inequality The Coordinate Plane Sketching Graphs of Solutions to Equations Distance between Two Points in XY-plane Wed 9/12(1.9, 1.10) Equation of a Circle in Standard Form Completing the Square to Find a Circle Equation Intro to Slope of a Line More on Slope of a Line x- and y-intercepts of a Graph Fri 9/14(1.10) Horizontal & Vertical Lines Slope-intercept Form of an Equation of a Line Equation of a Line from Slope and a Point Equation of a Line from Two Points Test 2 Wed 9/20(2.1) Introduction to Functions Evaluating a Function at a Number Evaluating a Function at an Expression More Evaluating a Function at an Expression Finding Domain of a Function More Domain of Function Examples Mon 9/25(2.2) Determining if a Graph is or isn't a Function Graphing a Function (by Plotting Points) Graphing a Piecewise Function Tue 9/26(2.3) Domain and Range from a Graph Intervals a Function is Increasing/Decreasing Finding Relative Maximums/Minimums Wed 9/27(2.6) Shifting Graphs of Functions Reflecting Functions Fri 9/29(2.6) Graphing Shifted Functions Mon 10/2(2.7) Adding Functions Subracting Functions Multiplying Functions Dividing Functions Composing Functions Tue 10/3(2.8) Intro to Inverse Functions Inverse Functions from a Table Finding an Inverse Function Finding an Inverse Function (Fractional Function) Graphing an Inverse Function Wed 10/4(3.2) Graphing Linear Functions Completing the Square to Graph Parabolas Sketching Polynomials as x-->inf (or -inf) Mon 10/9(3.3) Polynomial Long Division Tue 10/10(3.6) Graphing Factored Polynomials Asymptotes of Rational Functions Finding y-intercepts Finding x-intercepts Graphing Rational Functions Test 3 Mon 10/16(4.1) Exponential Function & Graphing Shifting/Reflecting Exponential Function Graphs More Shifting/Reflecting Exp Function Graphs Domain and Range of Expoential Functions Tue 10/17(4.2) The number e Wed 10/18(4.3) Graphing a Logarithm Function Shifting/Reflecting Logarithm Graphs Fri 10/20(4.4) Laws of Logarithms (Sum/Diff) Law of Logarithms (Power) Finding x in Logarithm-Based Equations Expanding a Logarithm Combining a Logarithm Mon 10/23(4.5) Solving Exponential Equations Exponential Equations of Quadratic Type Tue 10/24(4.5, 5.1) Solving Equations with Logs Another Equation with Logs A 45-45-90 Triangle A 30-60-90 Triangle Wed 10/25(5.1) Six Trig Ratios The Unit Circle Radian Angle Measure Fri 10/27(5.2) All Six Ratios from Sin/Cos/Tan Building Terminal Points from Reflections Mon 10/30(5.3) Graph of sin(x) Graph of cos(x) Tue 10/31(5.3, 5.4) Shifting & Altering Period of Sin/Cos Graphs An Example with Amplitude and Period Shifts Examples with Horizontal Shifts & Reflections An Example with Vertical & Horiztonal Shifts Wed 11/1(5.4) Graphs of Sec, Csc, Tan, Cot Fri 11/3(5.5) Domain Restrictions of Inverse Trig Functions Mon 11/6(5.5) Evaluating Inverse Trig Functions Test 4 Wed 11/8(6.1, 6.2) Converting Degrees to Radians Using Trig to Find Missing Measures in Triangles More Using Trig to Find Missing Measures Area of a Sector Example Arc Length & Area of Sector of a Circle Fri 11/10(6.3) Finding all Trig Ratios from a Single Given Ratio Another Finding All Trig Rations from a Single One Writing one Trig Ratio in terms of Another Mon 11/13(6.4) Advanced Inverse Trig Expressions (parts e and f) More Advanced Inverse Trig Expressions (part h) Tue 11/14(6.5, 6.6) Proof of Law of Sines Example using Law of Sines Proof of Law of Cosines Example using Law of Cosines Wed 11/15(7.1) Simplifying Trig Expressions More Simplifying Trig Expressions Another Simplifying Trig Expressions Verifying a Trig Identity Fri 11/17(7.2) Applying an Angle Sum/Difference Formula Another Angle Sum/Difference Application Mon 11/20(7.3) Double Angle Identities (w/example) Example Using Half Angle Formula Direct Computation w/Half Angle Formula Tue 11/21(7.4) Solving Trig Equations (Intro Example) Solving Trig Equations (Intro Example #2) Solving Trig Equations (Another Example) Wed 11/22(7.4) Solving Trig Equations (Interesting Examples) Mon 11/27(7.5) Trig Equations (w/multiple angles) Trig Eqs (w/mult angles and restricted domains)