In Pre-calculus at Stream Vertical, students conclude their formal study of functions initiated in Algebra I and Algebra II. This advanced course centers on modeling, problem-solving, data analysis, and a comprehensive exploration of trigonometric and circular functions, inverses, polar coordinates, complex numbers, conics, and quadratic relations.

Discrete topics encompass essential mathematical concepts such as Proof by Induction, the Binomial Theorem, sequences, series, Basic and Compound probability.

Worried about navigating through these topics? Fear not, as our expert tutors at Stream Vertical are committed to guiding students step by step, ensuring a thorough understanding and better performance.

Explore parent functions and their transformations.

Analyze properties of functions, including limits and continuity.

Analyze and graph linear functions.

Understand rates of change in linear functions.

Investigate sequences and series.

Understand and apply proofs by induction.

Analyze and graph polynomial and rational functions.

Analyze and graph exponential and logarithmic functions.

Explore functions with various bases.

Examine conic sections and functions in polar and parametric forms.

Perform matrix operations.

Find inverse matrices and determinants.

Solve systems of equations using matrix methods, including Gauss-Jordan method and Cramer’s rule.

Determine probability distributions.

Analyze frequency distributions.

Find linear, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic graphs of best fit using regression equations.

Demonstrate a strong conceptual understanding of functions and their transformations.

Graphically analyze and interpret linear, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.

Apply mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills to real-world scenarios.

Competently perform matrix operations, find determinants, and solve systems of equations using matrix methods.

Master trigonometric concepts and their applications, including circular functions and inverses.

Interpret and analyze data through statistical and probability concepts.

Develop strong analytical skills through proofs and mathematical reasoning.

Apply advanced mathematical concepts to various disciplines, laying a foundation for higher-level mathematics courses.

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