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This is the second of the two first year mathematics courses delivered at Durham College in Ontario, Canada. Students enrolled at the School of Science and Engineer Technology develop problem solving skills by applying topics of study to related practical problems. Topics of study include: systems of linear equations in two and three unknowns; trigonometric functions and polar coordinates; exponents and radicals; direct and indirect variation; complex numbers; exponents and logarithms; trigonometric equations and identities; and analytical geometry.
This course is being delivered free by a former Durham College professor.
A scientific calculator is required, preferably a Casio fx-991ES Plus (↓).
Similar Course Offered at: Niagara College, Centennial College, Seneca College, and Humber College.
Solving Systems of Equations
This unit introduces how to systematically solve a system of equations, namely linear equations. Examples of non-linear systems, including systems of 3 unknowns will be of emphasis.
Graphs of Trigonometric Functions
The unit focuses primarily on how to graph periodic sinusoidal functions, and how to identify features of a waveform to produce an equation by inspection.
Polar Coordinate Functions
An introduction to the polar coordinate system.
Exponents and Radicals
This unit is an extension of what was introduced in Math 1131. To learn how to work with radicals, knowing your exponent laws in crucial. Hence, this unit begins with a thorough review.
This chapter introduces you to exponential functions, and how they can be solved using logarithms.
Trigonometric Identities and Equations
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