# ALGEBRA & TRIGONOMETRY FOR CALCULUS MATH 1340

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1 ALGEBRA & TRIGONOMETRY FOR CALCULUS Course Description: MATH 1340 A combined algebra and trigonometry course for science and engineering students planning to enroll in Calculus I, MATH Topics include: systems of equations, polynomials and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions and their inverses, trigonometric identities and applications, conic sections, complex numbers, and sequences and series. Credit for both MATH 1320 and MATH 1340, or both MATH 1330 and MATH 1340 will not be given. 5 credits Prerequisites: Students must have an ACT Math sub score of at least 23 within the last 5 years, a COMPASS Test score of at least 4 within the last 2 years, or MATH 1310 within the last 2 years with a grade of C- or better, or a grade of F or better in MATH 1340 within the last 2 years. Overview of Content and Purpose of the Course: This is a combined Algebra and Trigonometry course designed to provide a strong background for students planning on continuing to Calculus, as well as higher level Math courses. Anticipated Audience/Demand: This course is primarily intended for students in Math, Engineering, and Science, but is appropriate for students in any discipline. Major Topics: 1) Linear Functions a. Linear Equations in One Variable i. Definitions ii. Solving Linear Equations on One Variable iii. Solving Rational Equations with Variable in the Denominators iv. Solve Formulas for a Specific Variable v. Applications Using Linear Equations b. Applications of Linear Equations i. Procedure for Solving Applied Problems ii. Use Linear Equations to Solve Applied Problems c. Complex Numbers i. Definition of Complex Numbers ii. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplying iii. Complex Conjugate and Division d. Quadratic Equations i. Solve a Quadratic Equation by Factoring ii. Solve a Quadratic Equation by the Square Root Method iii. Solve a Quadratic Equation by Completing the Square iv. Solve a Quadratic Equation by using the Quadratic Formula v. Solve Quadratic Equations with Complex Solutions vi. Applications of Complex Numbers

2 e. Solving Other Types of Equations i. Solving Equations by Factoring ii. Solve Rational Equations iii. Solve Equations Involving Radicals iv. Solve Equations with Rational Exponents v. Solve Equations That Are in Quadratic Form f. Linear Inequalities i. Inequality Terminology ii. Solve and Graph Linear Inequalities iii. Solve and Graph a Compound Inequality iv. Solve and Graph an Inequality Involving the Reciprocal of a Linear Expression g. Equations and Inequalities Involving Absolute Value i. Solve Equations Involving Absolute Value ii. Solve Inequalities Involving Absolute Value 2) Graphs and Functions a. The Coordinate Plane i. Plot points in the Cartesian Coordinate Plane i. Distance Formula ii. Midpoint Formula b. Graphs of Equations i. Sketch a Graph by Plotting Points ii. Find the Intercepts iii. Find the Symmetry iv. Find the Equation of a Circle c. Lines i. Find the Slope ii. The Point-Slope and Slope-Intercept Form of the Equation of a Line iii. Equations of Horizontal and Vertical Lines iv. General Form of the Equation of a Line v. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines vi. Modeling Data Using Linear Regression d. Relations and Functions i. Definition of Relations ii. Definition of Functions iii. Find the Domain of a Function iv. Function Information from its Graph v. Applications of Functions to Solving Applied Problems e. Properties of Functions i. Increasing and Decreasing Functions ii. Locate Relative Maximum and Minimum Values iii. Even-Odd Functions and Symmetry iv. Average Rate of Change f. A Library of Functions v. Relate Linear Functions to Linear Equations ii. Graph Square Root and Cube Root Functions iii. Graph Other Basic Functions iv. Evaluate and Graph Piecewise Functions g. Transformations of Functions i. Meaning of Transformations ii. Vertical and Horizontal Shifts to Graph Functions iii. Reflections to Graph Functions iv. Stretching or Compressing to Graph Functions

3 h. Combining Functions: Composite Functions i. Basic Operations on Functions ii. Form Composite Functions iii. Find the Domain of Composite Functions iv. Decomposition of a Function v. Apply Composition to Practical Problems i. Inverse Functions i. Definition ii. Finding the Inverse Function iii. Finding the Range of a One-to-One Function with an Inverse Function iv. Applications of Inverse Functions to Real World Problems 3) Polynomial and Rational Functions a. Quadratic Functions i. Graph of a Quadratic Function in Standard Form ii. Graph a Quadratic Function iii. Solve Problems Modeled by Quadratic Functions b. Polynomial Functions i. Properties of the Graphs of Polynomial Functions ii. Determine the End Behavior of Polynomial Functions iii. Find the Zeros of a Polynomial Function by Factoring iv. Relationships Between Degrees, Real Zeros, and Turning Points v. Graph Polynomial Function c. Dividing Polynomials i. The Division Algorithm ii. Synthetic Division iii. The Remainder and Factor Theorems d. Rational Functions i. Definition of Rational Functions ii. Vertical Asymptotes iii. Horizontal Asymptotes iv. Graph Rational Functions v. Graph Rational Functions with Oblique Asymptotes e. Polynomial and Rational Inequalities i. Solve Quadratic Inequalities ii. Solve Polynomial Inequalities iii. Solve Rational Inequalities f. Variation i. Solve Direct Variation ii. Solve Inverse Variation iii. Solve Joint and Combined Variation 4) Exponential and Logarithmic Functions a. Exponential Functions i. Definition of Exponential Functions ii. Graph Exponential Functions iii. Solve Exponential Equations iv. Transformations on Exponential Functions b. The Natural Exponential Function i. Define Simple Interest ii. Compound Interest Formula iii. The Number e iv. The Natural Exponential Function v. Evaluate Exponential Functions

4 c. Logarithmic Functions i. Define Logarithmic Functions iv. Evaluate Logarithms iii. Domain of Logarithmic Functions iv. Graphs of Logarithmic Functions v. Logarithms to Solve Exponential Equations d. Rules of Logarithms i. Rules of Logarithms iv. Change of Base iii. Growth and Decay e. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations and Inequalities i. Solving Exponential Equations ii. Applications of Exponential Equations iii. Solving Logarithmic Equations iv. Logarithmic and Exponential Inequalities 5) Trigonometric Functions a. Angles and Their Measure i. Terminology Associated with Angles ii. Use Degree and Radian Measure iii. Convert Between Degree and Radian Measure iv. Find Complements and Supplements v. Find Length of an Arc of a Circle vi. Compute Linear and Angular Speed vii. Find the Area of a Sector b. Right Angle Trigonometry i. Define Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles ii. Evaluate Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles iii. Evaluate Trigonometric Functions for the Special Angles 30, 45, and 60 iv. Fundamental Identities v. Right Triangle Trigonometry in Applications c. Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle; The Unit Circle i. Evaluate Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle ii. Signs of the Trigonometric Functions in Each Quadrant iii. The Reference Angle iv. Reference Angles to Find Trigonometric Function Values v. Define the Trigonometric Functions Using the Unit Circle d. Graphs of the Sine and Cosine Functions i. Define Periodic Functions ii. Graphs of the Sine and Cosine Functions iii. Amplitude and Period of Sinusoidal Functions iv. Phase Shifts of Sinusoidal Functions e. Graphs of the Other Trigonometric Functions i. Graphs of the Tangent and Cotangent Functions ii. Graphs of the Cosecant and Secant Functions f. Inverse Trigonometric Functions i. Graph and Apply the Inverse Sine Function ii. Graph and Apply the Inverse Cosine Function iii. Graph and Apply the Inverse Tangent Function iv. Evaluate Inverse Trigonometric Functions v. Exact Value of Composite Functions Involving the Inverse Trigonometric Function

5 6) Trigonometric Identities and Equations a. Verifying Identities i. Verify Even-Odd Identities ii. Verify Trigonometric Identities b. Sum and Difference Identities i. Sum and Difference Identities for Cosine ii. Cofunction Identities iii. Sum and Difference Identities for Sine iv. Sum and Difference Identities for Tangent c. Double-Angle and Half-Angle Identities i. Double-Angle Identities iv. Power-Reducing Identities iii. Half-Angle Identities d. Trigonometric Equations I i. Trigonometric Equations of the Form a sin(x-c)=k, a cos(x-c)=k, and a tan(x-c)=k ii. Trigonometric Equations and the Zero-Product Property iii. Trigonometric Equations with More Than One Trigonometric Function iv. Trigonometric Equations and Extraneous Solutions e. Trigonometric Equations I i. Trigonometric Equations Involving Multiple Angles ii. Using Sum-to-Product Identities iii. Equations Containing Inverse Trigonometric Functions 7) Applications of Trigonometric Functions a. the Law of Sines i. Solving Oblique Triangle ii. Derive the Law of Sines iii. Solving AAS and ASA Triangles Using the Law of Sines b. The Law of Cosines i. Derive the Law of Cosines ii. Solving SAS Triangles Using the Law of Cosines iii. Solving SSS Triangles Using the Law of Cosines 8) Systems of Equations and Inequalities a. Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables i. Verify a Solution to a System of Equations ii. Solve a System of Equations by the Graphical Method iii. Solve a System of Equations by the Substitution Method iv. Solve a System of Equations by the Elimination Method v. Applications of Solving Systems of Equations b. Systems of Nonlinear Equations i. Solving Systems of Nonlinear Equations by Substitution ii. Solving Systems of Nonlinear Equations by Elimination iii. Applied Problems Using Nonlinear Systems c. Systems of Inequalities i. Graph of a Linear Inequality in Two Variables ii. Graphs of Systems of Linear Inequalities in Two Variables iii. Graphs of Nonlinear Inequality in Two Variables iv. Graphs of Systems of Nonlinear Inequalities in Two Variables

6 9) Conic Sections a. Conic Sections: Overview b. The Parabola i. Geometric Definition of a Parabola ii. Equation of a Parabola iii. Translations of Parabolas iv. Reflecting Properties of Parabolas c. The Ellipse i. Definition of an Ellipse ii. Equation of an Ellipse iii. Translations of Ellipses iv. Applications of Ellipses d. The Hyperbola i. Definition of Hyperbola ii. The Asymptotes of a Hyperbola iii. Graphing a Hyperbola with Center (0,0) iv. Translations of Hyperbolas v. Applications of Hyperbolas Methods: This course will be presented in a lecture/discussion format. Student Role: Students must attend and participate in class, in addition to completing course requirements. Textbook: Pearson Education, Hall H. MyMathLab: Student Access Kit, 4th ed. London: Pearson Education, February 2016

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