Good Afternoon,

The buttons below link to a variety of worksheets designed to ensure success in the transition from Algebra 2 to Pre-Calculus. They are not intended to be a replacement for the Pre-Calculus curriculum, but to provide a significant spring-board for academic success in the Pre-Calculus course. I am not sure how many students will be utilizing these resources, so I will continue to post additional worksheets and notes based on the feedback provided to me by users and students.

Sincerely,

Mr. Hermes

Pre-Calculus Instructor

The buttons below link to a variety of worksheets designed to ensure success in the transition from Algebra 2 to Pre-Calculus. They are not intended to be a replacement for the Pre-Calculus curriculum, but to provide a significant spring-board for academic success in the Pre-Calculus course. I am not sure how many students will be utilizing these resources, so I will continue to post additional worksheets and notes based on the feedback provided to me by users and students.

Sincerely,

Mr. Hermes

Pre-Calculus Instructor

**LESSON 1:**Most Pre-Calculus units will start with a review of factoring and other Algebra 2 skills that will be needed in Pre-Calculus. I am beginning with some of the basic vocabulary and concepts related to the Unit Circle.

**This second lesson continues with vocabulary related to the Unit Circle as well as a review of Arc Length and Sector Area. It is sometime easy to underestimate the importance of vocabulary, but being fluid with these definitions will make it much easier to follow the concepts and apply them in more involved math problems.**

LESSON 02:

LESSON 02:

**This lesson introduced the 6 Trigonometry Ratios. These ratios are the basis of the whole field of trigonometry. We also cover the common ratios. These are used over and over again in Pre-Calculus and in Calculus. Learn them well and if possible, try to memorize them. We also review some basic theorems that will be useful for solving a host of problems.**

LESSON 3:

LESSON 3:

**LESSON 4:**This lesson is about applying the concepts learned in the previous lesson to a host of "real-world" problems. These types of problems are extremely common on class tests, especially standardized tests used for college placement.