1 Prerequisites for Trigonometry

In This Chapter

1.1 The Real Number Line

1.2 The Rectangular Coordinate System

1.3 Circles and Graphs

1.4 Equations of Lines

1.5 Functions and Graphs

1.6 Symmetry and Transformations

1.7 Linear and Quadratic Functions

1.8 Combining Functions

1.9 Inverse Functions

1.10 Building a Function from Words

      Chapter 1 Review Exercises


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