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Learn how we define logarithms and use this definition in order to evaluate various logarithms. For example, evaluate log_2(8) as 3 by realizing that 2^3=8.

Learn about a very special constant in math that has a pivotal role in the world of exponential and logarithmic function, the constant e.

Learn about slope (the steepness of a line) and how to find it.

Learn how the trigonometric ratios are extended to all real numbers using algebra. Start solving simple problems that involve this new definition of the trigonometric functions.

Learn how the graphs of y=sin(θ), y=cos(θ), and y=tan(θ) look, using the unit circle definition of the functions.

Learn about very useful trigonometric identities that arise by considering different properties of the unit circle definition.

Learn how to find the value of a function for a given input value.

Extend your understanding of the relationship between the inputs of a function and the outputs of that function.

Learn about maximum and minimum points of functions.

Learn about features of functions that have distinct graphical representations: intervals where the function is always positive or always negative, and intervals where the function is always increasing or always decreasing.

Interpret the graphs of functions in terms of the contexts that are modeled by the functions.