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In these guided notes students will go through each of the following problems:
Sketch and analyze exponential functions
Properties of exponential functions
Graph transformations of exponential functions
The natural base (e)
Graph natural base

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This packet includes the remainder and factor theorem study guide and answer key. This study guide includes problems on long division, long division with a non-zero remainder, division of polynomial of degree 2 or higher, synthetic division,

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This product contains guided notes and examples including
* Why do we verify an identity
* Verifying trig identities
* Verifying a trig identity by combining fractions
* Verify a trig identity by multiplying
* Verify a trig identity by factoring
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This study guide includes the following examples:
Rational Zero Theorem
Leading coefficients
Solving Polynomial Equations
Upper and Lower Bounds Test
Descartes Rule of Signs
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
Linear Factorization Theorem
Conjugate Root

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This product includes notes and examples on
* Reciprocal Identities
* Quotient Identities
* Using Reciprocal and Quotient Identities
* Pythagorean Identities
* Using Pythagorean Identities
* Cofunction Identities
* Odd and Even Identities
* Using

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Polynomial Functions guided notes with answer sheet. These notes included vocabulary with examples of graphing polynomial functions, applying the leading terms test, finding the zeros of a polynomial function, zeros of a polynomial function in

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In these guided notes you will solve polynomial inequalities and rational inequalities.
You will go through problems that include
* Solving polynomial inequalities
* Solving polynomial inequalities using end behavior
* Polynomial inequalities with

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This set of guided notes takes your students through the following types of problems.
* Evaluating Logarithms
* Basic Properties of Logarithms
* Common Logarithms
* Natural Logarithms
* Graphs of Logarithmic Functions
* Transformation of

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This set of guided notes and answer key goes through examples including:
* Finding the domain of a function and equations of vertical and horizontal asymptotes
*Graphs of Rational Functions
*Graphing rational functions where the degree in the

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This set of guided notes takes your students through the following types of problems.
* Exponential to Logarithmic forms
* Simplifying Logarithms
* Expanding Logarithms
* Condensing Logarithms Functions
* Change of Base Formula
This includes an

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Power, Polynomial and Rational Functions Unit includes guided notes and answer keys to the following lessons:
2.1 Power and Rational Functions
2.2 Polynomial Functions
2.3 The Remainder and Factor Theorem
2.4 Zeros of a Polynomial Function
2.5

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This set of guided notes takes your students through the following types of problems.
*One-to-One Property of Exponents and Logarithms
*Solve Exponential Equations
*Solve in Logarithmic Terms
*Solve Exponential Equations in Quadratic Form
*Solve

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This product includes notes and examples over
*Applying the Law of Sines (AAS)
*The Ambiguous Case (AAS)
-when A is right
-when A is acute or obtuse
* The Ambiguous Case (one or no solution)
*The Ambiguous Case (two solutions)
* Applying the Law of

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Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Unit includes a set of 4 guided notes
3.1 Exponential Functions
3.2 Logarithmic Functions
3.3 Properties of Logarithms
3.4 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
Each section includes an answer key.

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This is the first section in the study guide for the Power, Polynomial and Rational Functions unit. In this study guide you will graph and analyze power and radical functions. With these functions you will describe the domain and range, intercepts,

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