## Table of Contents

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- 1. Equations and Inequalities
This chapter covers real numbers, solving equations, inequalities, absolute value equations, and absolute value inequalities.

- 2. Linear Equations and Inequalities
This chapter covers slopes and equations of lines, graphing lines and inequalities, relations and functions, graphing absolute value equations, and analyzing scatterplots.

- 3. Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
This chapter covers solving linear systems, including systems of linear inequalities and systems of linear equations in three variables.

- 4. Matrices
This chapter covers matrix operations as well as solving matrix equations and systems of linear equations with and without a calculator.

- 5. Quadratic Equations
This chapter covers solving quadratic equations, complex numbers, and analyzing graphs of quadratic equations.

- 6. Polynomial Functions
This chapter covers operations with polynomial functions and analyzing the graphs of polynomial functions.

- 7. Roots, Radicals, and Function Operations
This chapter covers rational exponents, nth roots, solving radical equations, function operations, and inverse of a function.

- 8. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
This chapter covers exponential and logarithmic functions.

- 9. Rational Functions
This chapter covers graphing and solving rational functions and equations.

- 10. Conic Sections
This chapter covers parabolas, circles, ellipses, and hyperbolas and solving nonlinear systems.

- 11. Sequences and Series
This chapter covers patterns, sequences, and series of numbers.

- 12. Introduction to Probability
This chapter covers the fundamental counting principle, factorials, permutations, combinations, binomial expansion, and difference kinds of probabilities.

- 13. Trigonometric Ratios
This chapter covers the trig ratios, their inverses, radians, and solving right triangles.

- 14. Trigonometric Functions and Identities
This chapter covers graphing the trig functions and using trig identities to simplify expressions, prove trigonometric statements, and solve equations.