Mathematics and Statistics
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Topics to Study

for Math 104/108/110/110E
 Make comparisons and perform calculations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
 Know and understand the order of operations.
 Solve multiplestep word problems involving fractions, decimals, ratio, percents, average, and proportional reasoning.
 Solve word problems involving perimeter and area.
 Find square roots.
 Perform simple operations with radicals.
 Simplify and evaluate algebraic expressions.
 Factor polynomials and quadratic expressions.
 Solve linear and quadratic equations.
 Understand order relationships between signed numbers.
 Perform simple operations with integers.
 Perform simple operations with polynomials.
 Solve simple rational equations.
 Graph linear equations.
 Solve word problems involving algebraic principles.

for Math 105/107/118/119 and STAT 170
 Solve systems of linear equations (equalities) with two variables by graphing and/or algebraic manipulation.
 Manipulate factors to simplify complex fractions.
 Work with algebraic expressions involving real number exponents.
 Solve absolute value equations.
 Graph simple parabolas.
 Have a basic understanding of function notation, such as determining the value of a function for a specific number in the domain.
 Show a limited understanding of the concept of function on a more sophisticated level, such as determining the value of the composition of two functions.
 Have a rudimentary understanding of coordinate geometry.
 Have a rudimentary understanding of exponential functions and logarithmic functions.

for Math 112
 Solve systems of linear equations (equalities) with two variables by graphing and/or algebraic manipulation.
 Manipulate factors to simplify complex fractions.
 Work with algebraic expressions involving real number exponents.
 Solve absolute value equations.
 Graph simple parabolas.
 Have a basic understanding of function notation, such as determining the value of a function for a specific number in the domain.
 Show a limited understanding of the concept of function on a more sophisticated level, such as determining the value of the composition of two functions.
 Have a rudimentary understanding of coordinate geometry.
 Have a rudimentary understanding of exponential functions and logarithmic functions.
 Understand polynomial functions
 Evaluate and simplify expressions involving functional notation, including composition of functions.
 Solve simple equations involving trigonometric functions, logarithmic functions, and exponential functions.

for Math 120/122
 Solve systems of linear equations (inequalities) with two variables by graphing and/or algebraic manipulation
 Manipulate factors to simplify complex fractions.
 Work with algebraic expressions involving real number exponents.
 Solve absolute value equations.
 Graph simple parabolas.
 Have a basic understanding of function notation, such as determining the value of a function for a specific number in the domain.
 Show a limited understanding of the concept of function on a more sophisticated level, such as determining the value of the composition of two functions.
 Have a rudimentary understanding of coordinate geometry.
 Have a rudimentary understanding of exponential functions and logarithmic functions.
 Understand polynomial functions.
 Evaluate and simplify expressions involving functional notation, including composition of functions.
 Solve simple equations involving trigonometric functions, logarithmic functions, and exponential functions.
 Perform algebraic operations and solve equations with complex numbers.
 Understand the relationship between exponents and logarithms and the rules that govern the manipulation of logarithms and exponents.
 Understand trigonometric functions and their inverses.
 Solve trigonometric equations.
 Manipulate trigonometric identities.
 Recognize graphical properties of functions such as: absolute value, quadratic functions, and logarithmic functions.