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Master PreCalculus Math

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Learn the formulas for calculating the areas of squares, rectangles, triangles, circles, and ellipses—the geometric building blocks for college calculus.
with Mark HuberLearn the formulas for calculating the areas of squares, rectangles, triangles, circles, and ellipses—the geometric building blocks for college calculus.

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In this lesson from professor Mark Huber, learn how to simplify exponents and mathematical expressions involving exponents by applying the five basic rules.
with Mark HuberIn this lesson from professor Mark Huber, learn how to simplify exponents and mathematical expressions involving exponents by applying the five basic rules.

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The polynomial ax + b has a lot to offer! In this lesson from professor Mark Huber, learn how to compose and graph linear functions and find their roots.
with Mark HuberThe polynomial ax + b has a lot to offer! In this lesson from professor Mark Huber, learn how to compose and graph linear functions and find their roots.

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Quadratics have the form f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c. This lesson from professor Mark Huber demonstrates how to determine the number of roots and complete the square.
with Mark HuberQuadratics have the form f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c. This lesson from professor Mark Huber demonstrates how to determine the number of roots and complete the square.

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Plunge into basic trig functions! Learn about the unit circle and the basics of sine and cosine, and explore useful math concepts like the Pythagorean Theorem.
with Mark HuberPlunge into basic trig functions! Learn about the unit circle and the basics of sine and cosine, and explore useful math concepts like the Pythagorean Theorem.
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