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Pre-Calculus Flash Drill
See if you can identify the function that probably goes with each of these simple graphs….
How about these?
What about this one?
Did you know it? You are a tiger!
How about these?
Define an Even Function
Note: It is NOT enough to know the graph is symmetric with respect to the y-axis.
Define an Odd Function
Again, please note that it is NOT enough to know that the graph has origin symmetry.
The graph of x = a is…
… a vertical line.
The graph of y = a is…
… a horizontal line.
OK…that’s enough about graphs! Let’s move on…
OK…enough of the logs already!
The formula for the slope of a line is m = ?
Point slope equation of a line ?
Midpoint Formula = ?
Here comes your favorite thing! Yeah! Trigonometry!
sine and cosine have to be equal!
OK…now let’s see if you know your identities!
I hope you knew that one!!!
This one is very important!!
Now for a little algebra and you’ll be done!!
Notice there is NO “2”
Still no 2!
There’s that two you wanted before!
If you know all this material, then you are prepared to begin calculus… All you need now is a sharp mind, a sharp pencil and a really big eraser!
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