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1 SCOPE This course is divided into two semesters of study (A & B) comprised of five units each. Each unit teaches concepts and strategies recommended for intermediate algebra students. The second half of the course (B) addresses exponential and logarithmic functions, rational functions and their graphs, quadratic relations and conic sections, fundamentals of trigonometry, and probability and statistics. UNIT 1 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions 1. Investigate and compare the graphs of exponential functions 2. Learn the definitions of exponential function and asymptote 3. Graph exponential functions 4. State the domain and range of an exponential function 5. Differentiate between a percent increase and a growth factor 6. Write an equation that models an exponential function 7. Graph a model of an exponential function 8. Make predictions involving exponential functions 9. Understand compound interest and find the balance of an account at a given time 10. Differentiate between an exponential growth function and an exponential decay function 11. Graph exponential decay functions 12. Understand the meaning of decay factor 13. Use exponential decay functions in realistic situations 14. Discover the value of e 15. Simplify expressions involving e 16. Use a calculator to evaluate expressions involving e 17. Graph functions involving the number e. 18. State the domain and range of a function involving e. 19. Use the equations A = Pe rt and A = P 1+ r n 20. Examine the difference between common logarithms and natural logarithms 21. Evaluate common and natural logarithms 22. Write an exponential equation in logarithmic form 23. Write a logarithmic equation in exponential form 24. Graph a logarithmic function 25. Investigate the effect of changing the b, h, or k in a function of the form y = log b (x h) + k 26. Use logarithms in a realistic situation 27. Discover the properties of logarithms through investigations 28. Use the product, quotient, and power properties of logarithms 29. Expand or condense a logarithmic expression 30. Evaluate a logarithmic expression using the change-of-base formula 31. Solve an exponential equation by equating exponents 32. Solve an exponential equation by taking the logarithm of each side 33. Solve a logarithmic equation by rewriting it as an exponential equation 34. Solve a logarithmic equation involving logarithms with the same base 35. Solve a logarithmic equation with extraneous solutions 36. Write the equation of an exponential function whose graph passes through two given points 37. Decide whether an exponential function is a good model for a given set of data 38. Use exponential regression on a graphing calculator 39. Use power regression on a graphing calculator 40. Write the equation of a power function whose graph passes through two given points 41. Decide whether a power function is a good model for a given set of data 42. Recognize situations for which a logistic growth function is a good model 43. Use a graphing calculator to graph logistic growth functions and describe their shape 44. Evaluate a logistic growth function for a given value 45. Sketch the graph of a logistic growth function by using the asymptotes, the y-intercept, and the point of maximum growth 46. Solve a logistic growth equation 47. Examine the graph of a logistic growth function and describe what it reveals about the situation modeled by the graph 48. Use logistic regression on a graphing calculator to formulate a logistic growth model 43

2 UNIT 2 Rational Functions and Their Graphs 1. Classify an equation as having direct variation, inverse variation, or neither 2. Write an inverse variation equation 3. Write an algebraic model of inverse variation to solve problems in realistic situations 4. Write a joint variation equation 5. Write a combined variation equation 6. Write an algebraic model of joint variation to solve problems in realistic situations 7. State the domain and range of a rational function 8. Graph a rational function 9. Investigate the effect of changing the numerator or denominator of a rational function 10. Write an algebraic model of a rational function to solve problems in realistic situations 11. State the domain and range of a given function 12. Graph a given function 13. Find a local minimum to solve problems in realistic situations 14. Simplify a rational expression 15. Multiply a rational expression containing monomials 16. Multiply a rational expression containing polynomials 17. Multiply a rational expression and a polynomial 18. Write a rational expression to solve problems in realistic situations 19. Divide rational expressions 20. Divide a rational expression by a polynomial 21. Combine multiplication and division to simplify rational expressions 22. Write a rational expression to solve problems in realistic situations 23. Verify numerically the results of rational expressions using a table (graphing calculator) 24. Verify graphically the results of rational expressions (graphing calculator) 25. Add rational expressions with like denominators 26. Add rational expressions with unlike denominators 27. Use addition of rational expressions to solve problems in realistic situations 28. Subtract rational expressions with like denominators 29. Subtract rational expressions with unlike denominators 30. Use subtraction of rational expressions to solve problems in realistic situations 31. Simplify a complex fraction 32. Write an equation involving complex fractions to solve problems in realistic situations 33. Determine whether a given value is a solution of a rational equation 34. Simplify and solve rational equations 35. Simplify and solve rational equations with two solutions. 36. Verify a solution of a rational equation. 37. Identify an extraneous solution. 38. Use the graph of a rational expression to determine if a solution is extraneous. 39. Solve a rational equation by cross multiplying 40. Solve a rational equation by using the least common denominator or by cross multiplying 41. Prove the results are solutions to a given rational equation 42. Identify extraneous solutions 43. Write an algebraic model of a rational expression 44. Use an algebraic model of a rational expression to solve problems in realistic situations 44

3 UNIT 3 Quadratic Relations and Conic Sections 1. Use the distance formula to find the distance between two points 2. Use the distance formula to classify a triangle as scalene, isosceles, or equilateral 3. Find the midpoint of a line segment 4. Apply the midpoint formula to write an equation for the line that is a perpendicular bisector of a given line segment 5. Use the distance formula in a realistic situation 6. Graph a parabola 7. Identify the focus and directrix of a parabola 8. Write an equation for a parabola that opens up or down 9. Use parabolas in realistic situations 10. Write an equation of a circle in standard form given the center and radius 11. Identify the center and radius of a circle 12. Graph an equation of a circle 13. Write an equation of a circle in standard form given a point on the circle and the center 14. Write an equation of the line that is tangent to a circle at a given point 15. Use circles in realistic situations 16. Identify the vertices, co-vertices, and foci of an ellipse 17. Graph an equation of an ellipse 18. Write an equation of an ellipse in standard form given the center, vertex, and co-vertex 19. Write an equation of an ellipse in standard form given the center, vertex, and focus 20. Use ellipses in realistic situations 21. Graph an equation of a hyperbola 22. Write an equation of a hyperbola 23. Use a hyperbola in a realistic situation 24. Write an equation of a translated parabola, circle, ellipse, or hyperbola 25. Classify a conic section as a circle, parabola, ellipse, or hyperbola, given its equation 26. Graph a conic section 27. Solve a quadratic system by substitution 28. Solve a quadratic system by linear combination 29. Solve a system of quadratic models 45

4 UNIT 4 Fundamentals of Trigonometry 1. Write the ratios of trigonometric functions 2. Evaluate trigonometric functions 3. Use trigonometry to find the length of a side of a right triangle 4. Use trigonometric functions to solve problems in realistic situations 5. Draw angles in standard position 6. Identify the quadrant in which the terminal side of an angle lies 7. Find coterminal angles 8. Convert between radian and degree measure 9. Find the arc length and area of a given sector 10. Evaluate a trigonometric function, given a point on the terminal side of an angle 11. Find a reference angle for a given angle 12. Evaluate trigonometric functions using reference angles 13. Evaluate the inverse of a trigonometric function 14. Use a trigonometric inverse to find the measure of an angle in a right triangle 15. Write and solve a trigonometric equation 16. Use inverse trigonometric functions to solve problems in realistic situations 17. Write and solve an equation using the law of sines to find the measure of a side or an angle in a triangle 18. Use the sine function to find the area of a triangle 19. Apply the sine function to solve problems in realistic situations 20. Write and solve an equation using the law of cosines to find the measure of a side or an angle in a triangle 21. Use Heron s formula to find the area of a triangle 22. Apply the law of cosines to solve problems in realistic situations 23. Graph parametric equations 24. State the domain for parametric equations 25. Write parametric equations to solve projectile problems in realistic situations 26. Identify the period and amplitude of sine and cosine functions 27. Identify the intercepts, maximum, and minimum of sine and cosine functions 28. Graph sine functions 29. Graph cosine functions 30. Identify the intercepts, asymptotes, and halfway points of tangent functions 31. Graph tangent functions 32. Graph translations of sine, cosine, and tangent functions 33. Graph reflections of sine, cosine, and tangent functions 34. Use a combination of a translation and a reflection to graph a sine, cosine, or tangent function 35. Find values of trigonometric functions using trigonometric identities 36. Simplify trigonometric expressions using trigonometric identities 37. Verify trigonometric identities 38. Solve a trigonometric equation in a given interval 39. Apply factoring to solve a trigonometric equation 40. Use the quadratic formula to solve trigonometric equations 41. Identify an extraneous solution of a trigonometric equation 42. Write a trigonometric function for a sinusoid 43. Use given data to graph a sinusoid 44. Apply sinusoidal regression to graph a model of data on a graphing calculator 45. Use the sum or difference of angles to simplify trigonometric expressions 46. Use the sum or difference of angles to evaluate trigonometric expressions 47. Use the double- and half-angle formulas to evaluate trigonometric expressions 48. Use the double- and half-angle formulas to simplify trigonometric expressions 49. Use the double- and half-angle formulas to verify a trigonometric identity 50. Use the double- and half-angle formulas to solve a trigonometric equation 46

5 UNIT 5 Probability and Statistics 1. Use measures of central tendency and measures of variance to describe data sets 2. Use box-and-whisker plots and histograms to represent data graphically 3. Use the graphing calculator to find measures of central tendency 4. Use the graphing calculator to draw a histogram or box-and-whisker plot 5. Use the fundamental counting principle to count the number of ways an event can occur 6. Use permutations to count the number of ways an event can occur 7. Use combinations to count the number of ways an event can occur 8. Solve realistic problems using combinations 9. Find the theoretical probability that an event will occur 10. Use permutations or combinations to find the probability that an event will occur 11. Find the experimental probability of an event occurring 12. Use geometric probabilities to find the probability that a length, area, or volume could occur in a given situation 13. Find the probability of mutually exclusive events 14. Find the probability of compound events 15. Use the intersection of two sets to find the probability of an event 16. Use complements to find the probability of an event 17. Use complements in realistic situations 18. Find the probability of two or three independent events 19. Compare dependent and independent events 20. Find the probability of dependent events 21. Use a tree diagram to find conditional probabilities 22. Identify probability experiments that are binomial experiments 23. Find the binomial probability of an event 24. Construct a histogram, given a binomial distribution 25. Given a normal distribution, calculate the probability that an event will occur 26. Use a normal distribution to solve a realistic situation 27. Interpret the histogram of a binomial distribution 47

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