Precalculus is a continuation of topics covered in Algebra 2, including trigonometry, polynomials, functions and their inverses, equations, and complex numbers. New topics include conic sections and polar graphs, matrices, and statistics. The course concludes with an introduction to calculus through sequences, limits, and derivatives.
Dr. Garry Conn teaches this course.
This course includes an abridged electronic version of the teacher’s edition and student textbook that can be viewed while logged on to bjupressonline.com.
Recommended Viewing Schedule: five 45-minute lessons per week; 176 lessons total
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Dr. Garry Conn grew up in a Christian home and made his own profession of faith at a Christian camp in southern Ohio at the age of nine. Dr. Conn’s own interest in math was influenced by his high school geometry teacher who enjoyed teaching and made the class enjoyable for the students as well, even those that did not like math. Dr. Conn graduated with a BA in Bible Education with a minor in math from Bob Jones University, an MAT in math from The Citadel, and an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction from Bob Jones University.
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