**Topics**

• Finding the next number in a pattern

• Counterexamples

• Rounding

• Problem solving

• Unions, intersections, and complements.

• Venn diagrams.

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• Survey problems

• Writing Hindu-Arabic numerals in expanded form

• Converting from base b to base 10

• Roman numerals

• Prime factorization, greatest common divisor , least common multiple

• Inequalities

• Absolute value

• Adding/ subtracting /multiplying/dividing integers

• Order of operations

• Reducing /adding/subtracting/multiplying/ dividing fractions

• Mixed numbers, improper fractions

• Adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing square roots , rationalizing
denominators

• Scientific notation

• Arithmetic and geometric sequences

• Evaluating and simplifying algebraic expressions

• Solving linear equations

• Solving proportions

• Solving linear inequalities and graphing the solution on the number line

• FOILing binomials, factoring trinomials , quadratic formula

• Exponents

• Distributive property

• Plotting ordered pairs

• Evaluating functions

• Vertical Line Test

• Graphing lines

• Slope

• Determining whether a parabola opens up or down & whether it has a max or min

• Using the vertex to determine the maximum or minimum of a quadratic function

• Finding the intercepts & vertex of a parabola

• Graphing parabolas

• Finding the value of e & π on your calculator

• Graphing exponential functions

• Solving systems of equations by graphing , substitution, & addition

• Finding where two lines intersect

• Graphing systems of linear inequalities

• Modular arithmetic

**Memorize:**

• Roman numerals

• Slope-intercept form of a line: y = mx + b

• Slope of the line between two points:

• Vertex of a parabola:

• Quadratic formula:

Extra credit review problems (20 points, due when you take
the test)

• Give the values of e and π rounded to the nearest one, tenth, hundredth, and
thousandth

• 1.1: 7,12,13,28

• 1.2: 51

• 1.3: 11,18

• 2.2: 6,29,40

• 2.3: 2,3,8,9,15,63,65,66

• 2.4: 28,29,32

• 2.5: 30

• 4.1: 12,17,21

• 4.2: 10,15,41,42

• 4.4: 20,22,23

• 5.1: 30,35,47,52,59,60

• 5.2: 6,7,10,14,15,19,24,32,33,36,41,44,45,56,63,67,70,73,75,82,87,92,95

• 5.3: 3,14,15,58,61,66,67,71,74,78,79,87

• List the perfect squares up to 144

• 5.4: 17,23,30,41,50,59,62

• 5.5: 23,26,27

• 5.6: 1,6,11,14,17,21,22,25,27,30,33,42,52,59,61,66,82,83,88,89

• 5.7: 5,10,49,56,100,105

• 6.1: 2,3,26,27,33,44,63,74,75

• 6.2: 22,38,41,45,46,63,69

• 6.4: 12,13,29,30

• 6.5: 35,40,53,54

• 6.6: 3,8,13,20,34,55,62,75

• 7.1: 8,16,17,35,40,54,55,61

• 7.2: 4,12,13,25,30,37,40,42,45

• 7.3: 2,3,6,7,16,17,19,22,26,29,46

• 7.4: 2,7,12,15

• 7.5: 10,11,15,20,25,30,47,51

• 7.6: 6,13,17,20,25,34

• 13.2: 20,27,33,36,37,62

**General Info:**

• Bring a calculator to the test. You may not use your cell phone.

• Please do not talk to anyone about the test who hasn’t taken it yet, as there
are two sections of this class.