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PRECALCULUS - Ok please help. I'm taking a precalculus pretest in two weeks and I NEED to know, what will most likely be on it from algebra II? I know it's subject to change for each school, but anyone that took a precalculus (not Honors or AP) pretest, what was mostly on yours? (like quadratics, factoring polynomials, exponential and radical simplifying and whatnot, etc.) Please let me know -- I have summer break retention problems and I need to know what to focus on studying these last days of summer D: Thank you!

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  1. Vocaloid
    • one year ago
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    here are some of the topics that get carried over from algebra: - graphing functions without a calculator (being able to recognize transformations like vertical and horizontal shifts, vertical and horizontal stretches, etc.) - knowing how to find zeros algebraically (factoring is important here!) - polynomials - classifying polynomials and recognizing end behavior based on the leading coefficient and exponents - exponential functions and logarithmic functions, properties of exponents and logarithms - basic trigonometry (know what sin, cos, and tan are, and what their graphs look like) - arithmetic and geometric series

  2. aishanuwang
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    Thank you!

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