Reality Quizzes 17 Best 6 scores  600 points 
Reality Quiz 8  100 points 
Section/Lab assignments  100 points 
Homework  200 points 
Final Examination  400 or 600 points 
Total  1400 or 1600 points 


Wednesday 

 
I. Introduction: Backgrounds and Key concepts  820
Introduction : How to succeed in this course. [Cont'd on Wed.!] 
822
Sensible
Precalc Ch 1.A What are Numbers? Comparing Numbers:=,< Number Operations, equations. 
823 Using Thinkwell. Introduction to Winplot. Points, Animation.. Lab #1. August 23 
824 Guest Lecture: Visualizing: numbers intervals. 1.2.1,1.2.1 Solving linear inequalities 2.11.1 [8:34] Applications of linear inequalities 2.11.4  
II. More Backgrounds: Beginning FunctionsLinear functions and key concepts. 
827
The Pythagorean theorem. Sqr(2) is not a rational #. Simplifying and Rationalizing [Over 30 proofs !] [Many Java Applets proofs ] 
Visualizing variables and plane coordinate geometry. Plane Coordinates. More Geometry review: Algebra review. Review Polynomials. (Factoring) Similar triangles. 
830 Tables. Introduction to Excel. Linear and quadratic "Functions" and Visualization of data. Lab #2. August 30 
831 Rational numbers and decimals. More on graphs. Circles Online Practice Quiz #1?  
III.functions and lines and 
93 NO CLASS Labor Day Holiday. 
Lines. Slopes and equations of lines. Midpoints with coordinates. Abs. value inequalities What's a function? 
96 Lab #3. September 6 Winplot: Demonstation:Lines as equations and "functions". Exploring functions with Winplot: Using winplot to graph and find key function feature and solve equations graphically for zeros. Y and X intercepts. 
97 Practice Quiz More on functions. Linear functions. 

IV. Start Trigonometry 
910
What's a function? Graphs and mapping figures. Review of Key Triangles. 
912 Other
function qualities. Primary Descriptive features of functions. (Increasing/decreasing/max/min) Overview of Core: rational functions. 
913 Lab #4. September 13 Increasing and decreasing functions. Secant line slopes. [Religious Holiday Makeup Lab 0n Tuesday 918 @9:00 in BSS 313] 
914
Start 

V.
Triangle Trig 
917 Trigonometric functions for Right Triangles Solving Right triangles. Triangle trig: Inverse trig for acute triangles. 
919 More on Solving triangles/ applications. Law of sines Law of Sines. sine for obtuse angles. 
Lab #5. September 20 Graph piecewise functions. Visualize triangle trig and unit circle. 
More Inverse trig (sine obtuse). 

VI.Finish Triangle Trig Trig function graphs  9  24 Radian measure and circles in general. More on Law of Sines. 
9 26 Start Law of cosines. A visual proof for "The Law of Cosines" 
Lab #6. September 27 Begin Graphs of trig functions. Trig functions for all angles  with radian measure.(sine and cosine)(tan) 
More on law of cosines.
Dynamic proof :The Law of Cosines Applications of triangle trig 

VII Trig Equations Trig Identities 
Oct. 1 Begin Trig Identities Begin trig equations and review of inverse trig functions(Asin and Acos) Reference More on graphs of trig functions, identities and equations. 
Oct 3. Simple use of identities: relating trig function values. Review of inverse trig functions (Asin and Acos) Reference Solving Simple Trig Equations 
Graphs for tangent and secant. Graphically solving trig equations. Lab #7. October 4 
More trig equations and identitiy games. 

VIII. More trig identities.:)  Oct. 8
More on Trig Identities:

Oct. 10. "Review" for Quiz #4?
More trig equations and identitiy games. 
Oct. 11 Quiz #4 in Lab time. 
Addition formulae
double angles! 

IX More trig identities, equations, and graphs! 
Oct. 15 Double
and half angles More Trig functions and equations: 
Oct/ 17 graphs and elementary functions
More on graphs and basic properties of trig functions. Phase shifts. Online Practice Quiz #5 available. 
Phase Shift  trig and linear compositions. LAB #8 October 1825 graph SinAX graph A sin(BX+C) 
Other Trig identities:
Product
to sum trig. Inverse trig functions. 

X End of trig! Begin Exponential and logs 
Oct. 22 More on inverse trig functions(Asin and Acos): Triangles! 
Graphs for inverse trig.
(esp'lly Inverse tangent function) 
Phase Shift  trig and linear compositions. Continued! LAB #8 October 1825 graph SinAX graph A sin(BX+C) 
Trisection of angles, trig and algebra! Complex numbers? Complex arithmetic and trig Properties of roots and exponents. 

XI Exponential functions 
Oct. 29??
Exponential Functions. Compound interest? What is e? Applications of Exponential functions More on Complex Numbers, trig and roots?? 
Solving simple exponential equations.exponential functions and
graphs. Graphs of exponential functions. . 
Exponential graphs LAB #9 Nov. 1 
More on Exponential Applications compound interest and growth. 

XII.Finish exponents and Logarithmic functions. What are elementary functions? 
Nov. 5 e! Logarithms: Introduction and definition. 
Basic properties of logs... and applications and
exponentssolving
equations
Models using Exponential Functions Continuously compounded interest: Pe^rt. 
LAB #10 Nov. 8 Logs and Graphs of logs, exps with graphs of trig functions 
More exponential models (Growth/Decay) Logarithmic calculations in equations and computations. "Transforming equations." 

XIII. Begin Polynomial and Rational Functions  Nov. 12 Veteran's Day Observance. No Class 
Nov. 14 Functions
The big picture on functions: Core functions and elementary functions Symmetry [wrt axes.] Quadratics and 1/x. Begin Rational functions Overview of Core:algebraic 
Lab #11 Nov. 15 Graphs for powers and roots Identities and roots for quadratics. 
Translation, symmetry
and scales for quadratics Composition with linear functions: graphs and Mapping figures. 

Nov. 19 23 No classs Fall Break 

XIV
More on rational functions. 
Nov. 26
Long division and factors of polys. The remainder Theorem. The Factor theorem Roots and more on Polynomials. 
Inequalities. Linear. Quadratic. Polynomial. Rational functions.Asymptotes. Intermediate value theorem. 
Absolute value functions and inequalities. 
Difference quotients for Polyniomials, Sine, Cosine, exponential and logarithmic functions.  
XVPreCalculus!  Dec. 3 Quiz #8! In Class! Quiz # 8 will cover material from the following sections covered in assignments for 11/16 to 11/30: 3.14, 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.8, 4.9 : 
Roots of Polynomials. SlopesSecant lines and Linear Interpolation Bisection and Secant methods for estimating roots. Composition & Inverse functions Composition with linear functions: graphs and Mapping figures. Combining trig Functions lines review. 
Operations and composition of function 
Final comments on elementary functions algebraic, logrithmic exponential, and trignometric. Some of my "favorite functions." A precalculus view of some calculus problems. Extremes, tangents,areas. 

Final Exam Review Session Sunday 3:305:30pm SciB 133 
Dec 10 12401440 FH 111 
Dec. 13 12401430 FH 111 
Dec. 14 15001700 Sci B 133 

Not covered. :) Logarithmic scales log scales (simple) Log scales Worksheet on log scales Music and log scales Earthquake Magnitude and logs. Slide rules Online java sliderule More Slide rules More applications of logs 
Due Date 
Reading in Workbook or in SC on line. 
CD Viewing 
Assignments *Thinkwell Exercises online 
Special Instructions & Interesting but
Optional  
822 
Best Study Methods (Thinkwell online) Preface Ch 2: pp 8790 Sensible Precalc Ch 1.A 
2.1.1Intro to
Solving Equations.[9min] 2.1.2Solving a Linear Equaton. [8 min] 
p88: prpr and rev q's. p90: prpr and rev q's. 
These problems will not be collected.
 
824/27  Sensible Precalc Ch 1.B.1 (Firefox Preferred)  2.11Solving Inequalities: 2.11.1 Intro to Solving Inequalities [8.5 min] 
p26:prpr and rev q's.
p150: prpr and rev q's. 
These problems will not be collected.  
8/29 
ch 1 pp 2326
; 4344 ch 2: pp 149  150 Ch 2 pp151154 Sensible Precalc Ch 1.B.1(Firefox Preferred) 
2.11.3 More on Compound Inequalities (Disc 1, 9:15) 1.6.3 Rationalizing Denominators (Disc 1, 12:22) 3.1.1 Using the Cartesian System (Disc 2, 7:31) 3.1.2 Thinking Visually (Disc 2, 2:55) 
*1.2.1 and *1.2.2
*2.1.1 and 2.1..2 *2.11.1 and 2.11.3 *1.6.3 
This is the first online assignment complete these by FRIDAY, 8/31  
8/31:9/5* 
Ch 1 pp 4647; 4950; 5459. Ch 3 pp 175179; 182186. pp 193197 Similar triangles. 
1.9 Factoring Patterns 1.9.1 Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials 1.9.2 Factoring the Difference of Two Squares 3.2.1 Finding the Distance between two Points [10:57] 
This is the second online assignment (more review)  try to complete these by 9/7
*1.9.1 *1.9.2 
Ch
1.B.1: 1c, 2, 16 CD: Finding the CenterRadius Form of the Equation of a Circle[8:49] More on Similar triangles. Dynamic Geometry® Exploration SimilarTriangles 

9/7 
Ch 3 pp 185086; pp193197 
3.4 Circles 3.4.1 Finding the CenterRadius Form of the Equation of a Circle [8.49] 3.5 Graphing Equations 3.5.1 Graphing Equations by Locating Points [14] 3.5.2 Finding the x and yIntercepts of an Equation [13] 
*3.4.1 *3.5.2 
Extra help from Purple Math on Converting
between Decimals,
Fractions, and Percents Try the Practice Quiz at thinkwell. 

9/7,10* 
Ch 3 pp 222238  3.9.1 An Introduction to Slope 3.9.2 Finding the Slope of a Line Given Two Points 3.10 Equations of a Line 3.10.1 Writing an Equation in SlopeIntercept Form [8] 3.10.2 Writing an Equation Given Two Points [6] 3.10.3 Writing an Equation in PointSlope Form [5] 3.10.4 Matching a SlopeIntercept Equation with Its Graph[8] 3.10.5 Slope for Parallel and Perpendicular Lines[9] 
*3.9.2 *3.10.1 *3.10.3 *3.10.5 
Quiz #1 will be available on Friday, 9/7! 

9/10,12* 
Ch 3 pp198213 Sensible Precalc Ch 1.B.2 Read!(Firefox preferred) 
Function
Basics 3.6.1 Functions and the Vertical Line Test [7] 3.6.2 Identifying Functions [9] 3.6.3 Function Notation and Finding Function Values [9] 
*3.6.3 
Try to do this SOON! This is a key to the work for the remainder of the term.  
9/12,14* 
Ch 6. pp 429436; 
Working with Functions 3.7.1 Determining Intervals Over Which a Function Is Increasing 
Submit QUIZ #1 
Online Mapping Figure Activities 

9/14, 17,19* 
Ch 6. pp 429436;  3.7.2 Evaluating PiecewiseDefined Functions for Given Values [Modified 912!] 6.2 Right Angle Trigonometry 6.2.1 An Introduction to the Trigonometric Functions 6.2.2 Evaluating Trigonometric Functions for an Angle in a Right Triangle 
*3.7.2 *6.2.1 *6.2.2 

9/17,19* 
Ch 6.439445  6.2.4 Using Trigonometric Functions to Find Unknown Sides of Right Triangles 6.2.5 Finding the Height of a Building 
*6.2.4  
9/19, 21,24,26* 
Ch 6 pp425426; 436439 Ch 8. pp 547548 Law of Sines. 
6.1.4 Converting between Degrees and Radians (Disc 3, 10:04) 6.2.3 Finding an Angle Given the Value of a Trigonometric Function (Disc 3, 5:20) 8.1.1 The Law of Sines (Disc 4, 9:04) 
*6.1.4 *6.2.3 *8.1.1 
Try Practice Quiz #2 .  
9/24,26 
Ch 8. pp 549557  8.1.2 Solving a Triangle Given Two Sides and One Angle (Disc 4, 6:37) 8.1.3 Solving a Triangle (SAS): Another Example (Disc 4, 12:18) 
*8.1.2  Submit QUIZ #2  
9/26,28* 
Ch 8 pp558 559 A visual proof for "The Law of Cosines" 
8.1.4 The Law of Sines: An Application (Disc 4, 6:12)
8.2.1 The Law of Cosines (Disc 4, 5:38) 
*8.2.1  Try Practice Quiz #3 Demonstrations of the laws of sines and cosines 

9/28, 10/1* 
Ch 8 pp560 565 
8.2.2 The Law of Cosines (SSS) (Disc 4, 7:05) 8.2.3 The Law of Cosines (SAS): An Application (Disc 4, 5:44) 
*8.2.3 *8.2.2 
Submit QUIZ #3 by 930 

10/1 
Ch 6. pp426429;  6.1.5 Using the Arc Length Formula (Disc 3, 7:23)  *6.1.5  History of Pi  
10/35 
Ch 7 pp 495500; 513515 
7.1.1. Fundamental Trigonometric Identities 7.1.2. Finding All Function Values 7.4.1 Solving Trigonometric Equations (Disc 4, 9:08) 
*7.1.1 *7.1.2 

10/5810* 
ch 6. pp446449; 451460, 480481 Ch 7: 513515 
6.3.1 Evaluating Trigonometric Functions for an Angle in the Coordinate Plane (Disc 3, 15:00)
6.3.4 Trigonometric Functions of Important Angles (Disc 3, 9:37) 6.4.1 An Introduction to the Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions 6.4.2 Graphing Sine or Cosine Functions with Different Coefficients (Disc 3, 12:20) 6.7.2. Evaluating Inverse Trigonometric Functions 7.4.1 Solving Trigonometric Equations (Disc 4, 9:08) 
*6.3.1
*6.3.4 *6.4.2 *6.7.2 *7.4.1 
8.3 Vector Basics 8.3.1 An Introduction to Vectors (Disc 4, 7:55) 8.3.2 Finding the Magnitude and Direction of a Vector (Disc 4, 6:43) 8.3.3 Vector Addition and Scalar Multiplication (Disc 4, 9:26) 

1011 
Quiz #4 willl cover material from the following sections: 6.1.4; 6.1.5; 6.4.1; 6.4.2; 6.7.2; 8.2.1; 8.2.2; 8.2.3 

10/810* 
Ch 7 pp 499506 Ch 7 pp506516 
7.2.1. Simplifying a Trigonometric Expression Using Trigonometric Identities 7.2.2. Simplifying Trigonometric Expressions Involving Fractions 7.2.5 Determining Whether a Trigonometric Function Is Odd, Even, or Neither (Disc 4, 10:26) 7.3.1 Proving an Identity (Disc 4, 10:08) 
*7.2.1 *7.2.5 

10/1012* 
Ch7 pp525528 
7.3.2 Proving an Identity: Other Examples (Disc 4, 6:16) 7.5.1 Identities for Sums and Differences of Angles (Disc 4, 9:00) 7.5.2 Using Sum and Difference Identities (Disc 4, 3:12) 
*7.3.1 *7.5.1 
sin(A+B) proof illustrated.  
10/1517* 
Ch 7 pp 530533; 540544  7.6.1 Confirming a DoubleAngle Identity (Disc 4, 6:19) 7.6.2 Using DoubleAngle Identities (Disc 4, 6:46) 
*7.6.2  Summary of trig identities  
10/1719* 
Ch 6 pp477481 Ch 7 pp516n521 
6.7.1. An Introduction to Inverse Trigonometric Functions
6.7.2. Evaluating Inverse Trigonometric Functions 7.4.2 Solving Trigonometric Equations by Factoring (Disc 4, 6:03) 7.4.3 Solving Trigonometric Equations with Coefficients in the Argument (Disc 4, 10:35) 7.4.4 Solving Trigonometric Equations Using the Quadratic Formula (Disc 4, 14:55) 
*7.4.3  History of Trigonometric functions 

10/1922* 
Ch 6 pp 462469  6.5.1 Graphing Sine and Cosine Functions with Phase Shifts (Disc 4, 7:20) 6.5.2 Fancy Graphing: Changes in Period, Amplitude, Vertical Shift, and Phase Shift (Disc 4, 8:29) 6.6.1 Graphing the Tangent, Secant, Cosecant, and Cotangent Functions (Disc 4, 13:19) 
*6.5.1 *6.6.1 
graph
SinAX graph A sin(BX+C) 

10/2426  Ch 6 p481485  6.3.2 Evaluating Trigonometric Functions Using the Reference Angle (Disc 3, 11:19) 6.7.3 Solving an Equation Involving an Inverse Trigonometric Function (Disc 4, 4:49) 6.7.4 Evaluating the Composition of a Trigonometric Function and Its Inverse (Disc 4, 9:09) 
*6.7.4  
10/29 
Ch 8 pp584588 
8.5.1 Graphing a Complex Number and Finding Its Absolute Value (Disc 4, 6:05) 8.5.2 Expressing a Complex Number in Trigonometric or Polar Form (Disc 4, 6:55) 
*8.5.2 
Trisection of angles, trig and algebra! 8.5.3 Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers in Trigonometric or Polar Form (Disc 4, 11:08) Complex Numbers, 

10/262931 11/2* 
Ch 1. pp3035;3742 ch5: pp361366 
1.4.1 An Introduction to Exponents (Disc 1, 1:36) 1.4.2 Evaluating Exponential Expressions (Disc 1, 4:36) 1.4.3 Applying the Rules of Exponents (Disc 1, 10:11) 5.3.1 An Introduction to Exponential Functions (Disc 3, 8:06) 5.3.2 Graphing Exponential Functions: Useful Patterns (Disc 3, 8:55) 
*5.3.1  5.3.3 Graphing Exponential Functions: More Examples (Disc 3, 7:18) 

10/2931 11/2* 
Ch 5 pp367368
Ch 5 pp368370 
5.4.1 Using Properties of Exponents to Solve Exponential Equations (Disc 3, 6:55) 5.4.2 Finding Present Value and Future Value (Disc 3, 8:39) 
*5.4.1  
10/31 11/7* 
Ch 5 pp 368374 (note repeat!) 
5.4.2 Finding Present Value and Future Value (Disc 3, 8:39) 5.4.3 Finding an Interest Rate to Match Given Goals (Disc 3, 4:11) 5.5.1 e (Disc 3, 7:01) 
*5.4.2 
History of the number e  
11/79* 
Ch 3 pp 209211 Ch 5 pp 374377 
5.5.2 Applying Exponential Functions (Disc 3, 4:31) 5.6.1 An Introduction to Logarithmic Functions (Disc 3, 7:19) 5.6.2 Converting between Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (Disc 3, 5:55) 
*5.6.1
*5.5.2 

11/714* 
Ch 5 pp 377383  5.7.1 Finding the Value of a Logarithmic Function (Disc 3, 6:48) 5.7.2 Solving for x in Logarithmic Equations (Disc 3, 7:44) 5.7.3 Graphing Logarithmic Functions (Disc 3, 10:05) 
*5.7.1 *5.7.3 


11/914* 
Ch 5 pp 386395 
5.8.1 Properties of Logarithms (Disc 3, 8:51) 5.8.2 Expanding a Logarithmic Expression Using Properties (Disc 3, 10:40) 5.8.3 Combining Logarithmic Expressions (Disc 3, 9:16) 5.9.1 Evaluating Logarithmic Functions Using a Calculator (Disc 3, 5:13) 5.9.2 Using the Change of Base Formula (Disc 3, 9:27) 
*5.8.1 *5.9.1 *5.9.2 
How and Why a Slide Rule Works Online java sliderule 

11/914*  Ch 5: pp 398400; 407407  5.11.1 Solving Exponential Equations 5.13.1 An Introduction to Exponential Growth and Decay  *5.11.1 *5.13.1  
11/1416*  Ch. 5: pp 409411; 414415  5.13.2 HalfLife (Disc 3, 11:07) 5.13.4 Continuously Compounded Interest (Disc 3, 5:05)  *5.13.2 *5.13.4  History of the Function concept 

11/1626 
Ch 2 pp 1123; 117121 A Review of Solving Quadratic Equations Ch 4 pp295299 
2.4.1 Solving Quadratics by Factoring (Disc 1, 11:51) 2.5.1 Proving the Quadratic Formula (Disc 1, 7:14) 2.5.2 Using the Quadratic Formula (Disc 1, 9:23) 2.5.3 Predicting the Type of Solutions Using the Discriminant (Disc 1, 8:42) 4.1.1 Using Long Division with Polynomials (Disc 2, 9:33) 4.1.2 Long Division: Another Example (Disc 2, 6:39) 
*2.4.1 *2.5.2 

11/2830* 
Ch 4 pp295299; 304307  4.1.1 Using Long Division with Polynomials (Disc 2, 9:33) 4.1.2 Long Division: Another Example (Disc 2, 6:39) 4.3.1 The Remainder Theorem (Disc 3, 8:52) 4.3.2 More on the Remainder Theorem (Disc 3, 6:09) 4.4.1 The Factor Theorem and Its Uses (Disc 3, 8:07) 
*4.1.1 *4.3.1 *4.4.1 

11/2830* 
Ch 3 pp 256258  3.14.1. Deconstructing the Graph of a Quadratic Function 3.14.2. NiceLooking Parabolas 
*3.14.1  
11/2812/3* 
Ch 3. pp 291292  3.18.5 Finding the Difference Quotient of a Function (Disc 2, 4:21)  *3.18.5  
11/3012/3*  Ch 2 pp 155162; 169172 Ch 4 pp 333339 (added 1129)  2.12.1 Solving Quadratic Inequalities (Disc 2, 9:54) 2.13.1 Solving Rational Inequalities (Disc 2, 8:42) 2.14.4 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities (Disc 2, 9:12) 4.8.1 Understanding Rational Functions (Disc 3, 4:13) 4.8.2 Basic Rational Functions (Disc 3, 9:22) 4.9 Graphing Rational Functions 4.9.1 Vertical Asymptotes (Disc 3, 7:51) 4.9.2 Horizontal Asymptotes (Disc 3, 9:20)  *2.12.1 *3.18.1 *4.8.1  2.12.2 Solving Quadratic Inequalities: Another Example (Disc 2, 8:31) 2.13.2 Solving Rational Inequalities: Another Example (Disc 2, 8:49) 2.14.5 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities: More Examples (Disc 2, 6:15)  
12/3 
Ch 1. pp2629 Ch 2.pp164167;169170 
2.14.1 Matching Number Lines with Absolute Values (Disc 2, 11:25) 2.14.2 Solving Absolute Value Equations (Disc 2, 7:21) 2.14.4 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities (Disc 2, 9:12) 
*2.14.2 Solving Absolute Value Equations *2.14.4 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities 
For background on absolute value watch 1.3.1 Properties of Absolute Value (Disc 1, 6:41) and 1.3.2 Evaluating Absolute Value Expressions (Disc 1, 12:10) 

12/3 
Quiz 8!  Quiz # 8 will cover material from the following sections covered in assignments for 11/16 to 11/30: 3.14, 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.8, 4.9  
12/7!! 
Ch 3 pp 285292  3.18.1 Using Operations on Functions (Disc 2, 5:43) 3.18.2 Composite Functions (Disc 2, 9:37) 3.18.3 Components of Composite Functions (Disc 2, 8:12) 3.18.4 Finding Functions That Form a Given Composite (Disc 2, 6:27) 3.18.5 Finding the Difference Quotient of a Function (Disc 2, 4:21) 
*3.18.1 *3.18 .4 


 
Inventory of Assignments from Summer 2006  
6.4.3 Finding Maximum and Minimum Values and Zeros of Sine and Cosine (Disc 3, 6:49) 7.7.2 Using a PowerReducing Identity (Disc 4, 8:49) 7.7.3 Using HalfAngle Identities to Solve a Trigonometric Equation (Disc 4, 7:13)  
Sensible
Precalc Ch 1.B.2
Read!(Firefox preferred) 
3.7.3 Solving Word Problems Involving Functions  *3.7.3  
Ch 4 pp 333339 
4.8.1 Understanding Rational Functions (Disc 3, 4:13) 4.8.2 Basic Rational Functions (Disc 3, 9:22) 4.9 Graphing Rational Functions 4.9.1 Vertical Asymptotes (Disc 3, 7:51) 4.9.2 Horizontal Asymptotes (Disc 3, 9:20) 
*4.8.1  
Ch 4 pp 308319 
4.4.2 Factoring a Polynomial Given a Zero (Disc 3, 11:08) 4.5.1 Presenting the Rational Zero Theorem (Disc 3, 7:14) 4.5.2 Considering Possible Solutions (Disc 3, 7:44) 4.6.1 Finding Polynomials Given Zeros, Degree, and One Point (Disc 3, 11:19) 4.6.2 Finding all Zeros and Multiplicities of a Polynomial (Disc 3, 8:09) 4.6.3 Finding the Real Zeros for a Polynomial (Disc 3, 8:16) 
*4.5.1 *4.6.1 



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