• Unit 1: Analytic Geometry

    Most of the material in this unit will be review. However, the notions of points, lines, circles, distance, and functions will be central in everything that follows. Lines are basic geometric objects which will be of great importance in the study of differential calculus, particularly in the study of tangent lines and linear approximations.

    We will also take a look at the practical uses of mathematical functions. This course will use mathematical models, or structures, that predict practical situations in order to describe and study a number of real-life problems and situations. They are essential to the development of every major business and every scientific field in the modern world.

    Completing this unit should take you approximately 9 hours.