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Honors Precalculus Online Summer Course

Honors Precalculus Online Summer Course

In recent years, the number of students enrolling in honors precalculus courses has exploded. This is likely due to the fact that precalculus is a prerequisite for many majors and careers in the sciences and mathematics. If you’re looking to take an honors precalculus course this summer, or any summer for that matter, The Math Site is one of the best places to start. We offer an online summer course that covers all the topics you need for success in this difficult course. Registration is now open!

What is Honors Precalculus Online Summer Course?

What is Honors Precalculus Online Summer Course?
This online honors pre-calculus course is designed for students who have completed precalculus and are working on a calculus-based honors degree. The course covers material from Calculus I and II, trigonometry, linear algebra, calculus of variations, and mathematical modeling.

The Benefits of Taking the Course

If you’re interested in precalculus but feel overwhelmed or intimidated by the subject, take our online summer course. The course is designed for students who have completed high school algebra and are ready to tackle calculus.

In this 12-week course, we’ll introduce you to the basics of calculus, from single variable calculus up to partial derivatives and integrals. You’ll learn how to solve equations and problems, understand basic concepts like limits and continuity, and use tools like graphs and tables to make your calculations easier.

While the course is rigorous, it’s also manageable. We’ll provide plenty of practice exercises and supplementary materials so that you can keep up with the material on your own schedule. And if you need help, our faculty members are available 24/7 to help you out.

So if you’re looking for a challenging yet rewarding way to learn precalculus, sign up for our online summer course today!

Registration Process

Precalculus is a challenging math course that prepares students for calculus. The online summer course offers a challenging, yet manageable, way to learn prerequisites for calculus. Students complete weekly homework assignments and quizzes, as well as participate in interactive discussions with the instructor.

Students have the option to attend live sessions or complete the course on their own time. The summer course begins on May 1st and ends on August 31st. To enroll, please visit our website or contact us at honorsprecalculus@uakron.edu.

The Course Material

The Honors Precalculus Online Summer Course is designed for students who have an interest in calculus and would like to improve their skills. The course begins with basic concepts and moves on to more challenging material.

In addition to lectures, the course includes online discussions, problem sets, and quizzes. Students can access the materials at any time, anywhere.

This summer’s course is composed of 10 modules: Algebra I, Geometry, Trigonometry, Probability and Statistics I, Calculus I: Single Variable, Calculus II: Single Variable, Calculus III: Single Variable*, Linear Algebra*, Complex Analysis* (* denotes a required module)

Registration is now open!

How to Prepare for the Exam

To prepare for the Calculus AB and BC exams, students should study from a calculus textbook and practice problem solving. A calculator is not necessary for the exams, but it can be helpful when working problems.

Students should also make a schedule for reviewing material and practicing problems. They should try to time their studying so that they have enough time to answer questions on the actual exam. Finally, students should review the material several times before taking the exam.

Thank you for considering our Honors Precalculus online summer course! This 12-week course covers precalculus concepts, including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Our experienced faculty members will help you to develop the skills necessary to succeed in college-level precalculus courses. We accept a limited number of students each year, so please register today if this is something that interests you.