Functions Modeling Change, Student Study Guide: A Preparation for Calculus / Edition 2by Eric Connally, Deborah Hughes-Hallett
Pub. Date: 07/25/2003
Work more effectively and gauge your progress as you go along with the text! This Student Study Guide is designed to accompany Connally’s Functions Modeling Change: A Preparation for Calculus, 2nd Edition. It includes study tips, learning objectives, practice problems, and solutions. The topics are tied directly to the/i>/sup>/b>
Work more effectively and gauge your progress as you go along with the text! This Student Study Guide is designed to accompany Connally’s Functions Modeling Change: A Preparation for Calculus, 2nd Edition. It includes study tips, learning objectives, practice problems, and solutions. The topics are tied directly to the text.
From the Calculus Consortium based at Harvard University, Functions Modeling Change, 2nd Edition prepares readers for the study of calculus, presenting families of functions as models for change. These materials stress conceptual understanding and multiple ways of representing mathematical ideas. The focus throughout is on those topics that are essential to the study of calculus and these topics are treated in depth.
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Table of Contents
Functions, Lines, and Change 1
Exponential Functions 33
Logarithmic Functions 49
Transformations of Functions and Their Graphs 67
Trigonometric Functions 83
Compositions, Inverses, and Combinations of Functions 117
Polynomial and Rational Functions 131
Vectors and Matrices 153
Sequences and Series 163
Parametric Equations and Conic Sections 171
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