* What do you remember from Algebra 2 and Geometry? * How do we understand the graphical and algebraic behavior of mathematical functions?
* Definitions, graphs, and transformations of exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, and rational functions * Conic sections * Problem-solving strategies * Applications * Inverses of functions * Domain and range * Complex numbers * Fundamental Theorem of Algebra * Series and Sequences * Binomial Theorem
* Be able to use graphical and algebraic properties of families of functions both with and without graphing calculators to generate solutions to conceptual and applied problems * Develop more mature mathematical thinking * Use functions to model real world situations * Develop the skills, strategies, and knowledge to be able to use all the problem solving techniques and mathematical concepts that were taught in algebra I, geometry, algebra 2. * Apply the concepts of right triangle trigonometry to the concepts of imaginary numbers.