|MTH 2101||3 or 4 Quarter Hours|
|Description||Reviews exponential and logarithmic functions, with emphasis on applications related to growth and decay. Introduces the topics of trigonometric and circular functionsâ€”including functions of angles in degrees and radians, graphing, identities, equations, right triangles, law of sines, law of cosines, areas, and inverse trigonometric functionsâ€” and the polar coordinate systemâ€”including polar equations and graphs, the trigonometric form of complex numbers, and De Moivreâ€™s theorem. Includes the study of vector algebra, covering basic operations, graphing, angle between vectors, and applications. Investigates conic sections. A graphing calculator is required, the make and model to be specified at the first class meeting. Prereq. MTH 2002 or MTH 4210.|
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