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Series: Trigonometry: Algebra Prerequisites

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  • Lessons: 60
  • Total Time: 8h 11m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 11/21/2009
  • Last Updated At: 11/21/2009

In this series, you'll go through all of the algebra-related prerequisites that you should be familiar with in advance of a trigonometry class. This will include graphing basics, relationships between two and three points, circles, equation graphing, function basics, working with and doing operations on functions, notions of domain and range, slope, lines, linear equations, graphing shits and stretches, symmetry, reflections, quadratic functions, composite functions, rational functions, and function inverses

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Thinkwell lessons feature a star-studded cast of outstanding university professors: Edward Burger (Pre-Algebra through...

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Nopic_gry
Great lesson...however
06/11/2012
~ Toby311

This is a great lesson on Difference Quotient Functions however the answer to the second example should be -2x-h

Nopic_gry
Helpful
02/24/2012
~ Priscilla3

This is very helpful, but would be even better if some of the problems had had an a- coefficient, such as f(x)=3x^2-9x=14

Nopic_dkb
EXAM 1
01/24/2012
~ Alexis7

exam 1

Nopic_tan
Excellent tutorial
03/23/2011
~ Arturo3

Very easy to understand. In your face teaching and easy to understand. Thank you!!!

Nopic_gry
Awesome!
12/15/2010
~ David99

I was struggling to grasp this concept when reviewing for an exam, as the examples in my text were not sufficient enough. This video was able to articulate the concept in a very clear manner and I can finally exhale and feel confident going into my exam. Thanks!

Nopic_blu
Awesome
11/05/2010
~ 245

If every math instructor were like you, people would enjoy math.

Nopic_grn
EXCELLENT
04/24/2010
~ joel8

THANK YOU!!!

Nopic_orng
Awesome
09/02/2009
~ Sashkya

I've been racking my brain forever trying to figure this out...Prof Berger helped me in a matter of minutes! Thank you so much!!!!!

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