In Pre-Calculus, students will be studying many different types of functions. Students will be studying linear, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, polynomial, rational and power functions. The students will also be learning algebraic strategies for transforming combing and composing elementary functions in order to model complex behavior. Not only will students study the mathematical concepts, they will be studying real world models and find reasonable mathematical solutions.
We are in a unique situation at MTA where students will be able to apply the concepts learned into real world situations. This will deepen understanding and prepare they for Calculus. This class is based upon the Michigan Merit Curriculum Pre-Calculus.