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# SELTOPICSELEMMATH MATH313

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MATH 313 REVIEW SHEET Dec 7 2006 This is not intended to be a comprehensive summary of the material we covered this semester in two pages For a comprehensive review7 you ll have to use your textbook and your class notes Each chapter in the textbook ends with a review I strongly recommend reviewing the exercises that were assigned for the homework The standard K 12 math curriculum is a prerequisite for this course You cannot do well at college level mathematics if you don t know the K 12 material You can nd the California Mathematics Content Standards at wwwcdecagovbestssmthmainasp If you need to learn or relearn missing skills7 the library is a good place to look for a reference Here are a few websites that may also help 0 wwwthemathpage com covers many topics taught in high school math 0 wwwsosmath comalgebraalgebrahtml focuses on algebra o wwwwtamueduacademicannsmpsmathmathlabcolalgebra also focuses on algebra Don t let the name college algebra fool you7 that s really a misnomer for high school algebra o wwwclasszone combooksmsmathjma covers math taught in junior high school When I say you should know something it means that you should be able to explain how and why it works Merely performing procedures will not be enough to do well on the nal You will be asked to give complete explanations of your work Here are the topics we covered this semester 1 Number theory Terminology you should understand and be able to de ne and use correctly divisor7 factor7 multiple7 divisible7 prime number7 composite number7 greatest common factor7 least common multiple7 relatively prime You should know the following test if a number is prime7 use Eratosthenes s Sieve to nd prime numbers7 the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic7 nd the factors of a number7 nd the prime factorization of a number7 how and why the divisibility tests for 27 37 4 57 87 9 work use the pri7me factorization to determine how many factors a number has7 use the prime factorization to nd the factors of a number7 use the prime factorization to nd the the gcd and the lcm of numbers 2 Relations Terminology you should understand and be able to de ne and use correctly related quantities7 rate of change7 slope7 equation of a line7 vertical intercept You should know the following 0 determine if two quantities are related and how they are related increasingdecreasing relationships 0 construct a table7 or a graph7 or an algebraic equation that shows the relationship between two related quantities7 0 read and understand a table7 or a graph7 or an equation that represents a relationship between quantities7 nd the slope of a straight line the connection between slope and rate of change nd the equation of a straight line 3 Relationships among time distance and rate Terminology you should understand and be able to de ne and use correctly position distance speed velocity You should know the following understand the connections among time position distance and speed understand the difference between qualitative and quantitative graphs draw a position time graph a distance time graph or a speed time graph based on a story the connections similarities differences between the position time graph the distance time graph and the speed time graph construct a story from a position time graph a distance time graph or a speed time graph 4 Algebra Terminology you should understand and be able to de ne and use correctly rate of change intersection of lines commutativity associativity distributivity additive inverse negative multiplicative inverse reciprocal polynomial You should know the following read and understand graphs solve an algebraic problems using a table or a graph or an equation or quantitative reasoning the advantages and disadvantages of the four methods above nd a weighted average what average means no it is not just a computational procedure properties of the four basic arithmetic operations addition multiplication subtraction division and how and why these properties allow you to do usual arithmetic arithmetic addition multiplication subtraction division with polynomials how and why it works

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