- Lesson 1 – Introduction to Functions
- Section 1.1 – What is a Function?
- Section 1.2 – Multiple Representations of Functions
- Section 1.3 – Function Notation
- Section 1.4 – Domain and Range
- Section 1.5 – Applications of Functions

- Lesson 2 – Functions and Function Operations
- Section 2.1 – Combining Functions
- Section 2.2 – Applications of Function Operations
- Section 2.3 – Composition of Functions
- Section 2.4 – Applications of Function Composition

- Lesson 3 – Linear Equations and Functions
- Section 3.1 – Linear Equations and Functions
- Section 3.2 – Graphs of Linear Functions
- Section 3.3 – Horizontal and Vertical Lines
- Section 3.4 – Writing the Equation of a Line

- Lesson 4 – Linear Functions and Applications
- Section 4.1 – Review of Linear Functions
- Section 4.2 – Average Rate of Change
- Section 4.3 – Scatterplots on the Graphing Calculator
- Section 4.4 – Linear Regression
- Section 4.5 – Multiple Ways to Determine the Equation of a Line

- Lesson 5 – Introduction to Exponential Functions
- Section 5.1 – Linear Functions vs. Exponential Functions
- Section 5.2 – Characteristics of Exponential Functions
- Section 5.3 – Solving Exponential Equations by Graphing
- Section 5.4 – Applications of Exponential Functions

- Lesson 6 – More Exponential Functions
- Section 6.1 – Writing Exponential Models
- Section 6.2 – Doubling Time and Halving Time
- Section 6.3 – Exponential Regression

- Lesson 7 – Logarithms and Logarithmic Functions
- Section 7.1 – Introduction to Logarithms
- Section 7.2 – Computing Logarithms
- Section 7.3 – Characteristics of Logarithmic Functions
- Section 7.4 – Solving Logarithmic Equations
- Section 7.5 – Solving Exponential Equations Algebraically and Graphically
- Section 7.6 – Using Logarithms as a Scaling Tool

- Lesson 8 – Introduction to Quadratic Functions
- Section 8.1 – Characteristics of Quadratic Functions
- Section 8.2 – Solving Quadratic Equations Graphically
- Section 8.3 – Applications of Quadratic Functions
- Section 8.4 – Quadratic Regression

- Lesson 9 – Solving Quadratic Equations
- Section 9.1 – Quadratic Equations in Standard Form
- Section 9.2 – Factoring Quadratic Expressions
- Section 9.3 – Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
- Section 9.4 – The Quadratic Formula
- Section 9.5 – Complex Numbers
- Section 9.6 – Complex Solutions to Quadratic Equations

- Lesson 10 – Radical Functions
- Section 10.1 – Roots, Radicals, and Rational Exponents
- Section 10.2 – Square Root Functions – Key Characteristics
- Section 10.3 – Cube Root Functions – Key Characteristics
- Section 10.4 – Radical Functions – Key Characteristics
- Section 10.5 – Solve Radical Equations by Graphing
- Section 10.6 – Solve Radical Equations Algebraically

- Lesson 11 -Rational Functions
- Section 11.1 – Characteristics of Rational Functions
- Section 11.2 – Solving Rational Equations
- Section 11.3 – Applications of Rational Functions

- Lesson 12 – Course Review
- Section 12.1 – Overview of Functions
- Section 12.2 – Solving Equations
- Section 12.3 – Mixed Applications

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