Calculus may not seem very important to you but the lessons and skills you learn will be with for your whole lifetime!

Calculus is the mathematical study of continuous change. It helps you practice and develop your logic/reasoning skills. It throws challenging problems your way which make you think. Although you may never use calculus ever again after school or college, you will definitely hold on to the lessons that calculus teaches you.

Things like time management, how to be organized, how to accomplish things on time, how to perform under pressure, how to be responsible are just some of the things Calculus helps you become proficient in. Traits that will help you succeed.

Calculus plays a big role in most universities today as students in the fields of economics, science, business, engineering, computer science, and so on are all required to take Calculus as prerequisites.

Our Pre-Calculus guide is a preliminary version of Calculus containing over 300 rules, definitions, and examples that provides you with a broad and general introduction of this subject. A valuable pocket reference to have on your phone.

Topics include:

1. Matrix Definition

2. Matrix Addition, Subtraction and Scalar Multiplication

3. Matrix Multiplication

4. Matrix Multiplication Example

5. Augmented Matrix for a System of Equations

6. Solving Augmented Matrices

7. Solving by Gauss-Jordan Elimination

8. Gauss-Jordan Elimination (continued)

9. Special Types of Matrices

10. 2 x 2 Matrix Determinant

11. 3 x 3 Matrix Determinant: Expansion by Minors

12. Determinant of a 3 x 3 Diagonal Multiplication

13. Cramer’s Rule for Solving 2 Linear Equations

14. Cramer’s Rule - Example of solving 2 Equations

15. Cramer’s Rule for 3 Equations in 3 Unknowns

16. Cramer’s Rule - Example of solving three Equations

17. Inverse of a 2 x 2 Matrix

18. System of Equations by Inverse Matrices

19. Area of a Triangle Using Matrices

20. Test for Collinear Points Using Matrices

21. Finding Equation of a Line Given Two Points

22. Conic Sections

23. Ellipses

24. Ellipse Whose Center is at the Origin

25. Ellipse with Center at the Origin Example

26. Ellipse Translation

27. Ellipse Translation Example

28. Equation of an Ellipse in Standard Form

29. Hyperbola

30. Hyperbola Standard Form

31. Hyperbola Standard Form (continued)

32. Hyperbola Centered at the Origin Example

33. Hyperbola Translation

34. Hyperbola Centered at the Origin Example

35. Parabolas

36. Parabola Equation with Vertex at the Origin

37. Diagrams of Previous Page Parabolas

38. Parabola Equation with Vertex (h, k)

39. Polar Coordinate Plane

40. Polar Coordinate System - Plotting Points

41. Multiple Representation of points

42. Coordinate Conversion

43. Examples of Conversion

44. Equation Conversion

45. Polar Equations Graphing

46. Special Graphs – Limaçons

47. Special Graphs - Rose Curves

48. Special Graphs - Circles & Lemniscates

49. About Pre-Calculus

50. Support Page

Even if you dont use Calculus, this app sure is a cool way to show-off some high IQ!

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Calculus may not seem very important to you but the lessons and skills you learn will be with for your whole lifetime!

Calculus is the mathematical study of continuous change. It helps you practice and develop your logic/reasoning skills. It throws challenging problems your way which make you think. Although you may never use calculus ever again after school or college, you will definitely hold on to the lessons that calculus teaches you.

Things like time management, how to be organized, how to accomplish things on time, how to perform under pressure, how to be responsible are just some of the things Calculus helps you become proficient in. Traits that will help you succeed.

Calculus plays a big role in most universities today as students in the fields of economics, science, business, engineering, computer science, and so on are all required to take Calculus as prerequisites.

Our Pre-Calculus guide is a preliminary version of Calculus containing over 300 rules, definitions, and examples that provides you with a broad and general introduction of this subject. A valuable pocket reference to have on your phone.

Topics include:

1. Matrix Definition

2. Matrix Addition, Subtraction and Scalar Multiplication

3. Matrix Multiplication

4. Matrix Multiplication Example

5. Augmented Matrix for a System of Equations

6. Solving Augmented Matrices

7. Solving by Gauss-Jordan Elimination

8. Gauss-Jordan Elimination (continued)

9. Special Types of Matrices

10. 2 x 2 Matrix Determinant

11. 3 x 3 Matrix Determinant: Expansion by Minors

12. Determinant of a 3 x 3 Diagonal Multiplication

13. Cramer’s Rule for Solving 2 Linear Equations

14. Cramer’s Rule - Example of solving 2 Equations

15. Cramer’s Rule for 3 Equations in 3 Unknowns

16. Cramer’s Rule - Example of solving three Equations

17. Inverse of a 2 x 2 Matrix

18. System of Equations by Inverse Matrices

19. Area of a Triangle Using Matrices

20. Test for Collinear Points Using Matrices

21. Finding Equation of a Line Given Two Points

22. Conic Sections

23. Ellipses

24. Ellipse Whose Center is at the Origin

25. Ellipse with Center at the Origin Example

26. Ellipse Translation

27. Ellipse Translation Example

28. Equation of an Ellipse in Standard Form

29. Hyperbola

30. Hyperbola Standard Form

31. Hyperbola Standard Form (continued)

32. Hyperbola Centered at the Origin Example

33. Hyperbola Translation

34. Hyperbola Centered at the Origin Example

35. Parabolas

36. Parabola Equation with Vertex at the Origin

37. Diagrams of Previous Page Parabolas

38. Parabola Equation with Vertex (h, k)

39. Polar Coordinate Plane

40. Polar Coordinate System - Plotting Points

41. Multiple Representation of points

42. Coordinate Conversion

43. Examples of Conversion

44. Equation Conversion

45. Polar Equations Graphing

46. Special Graphs – Limaçons

47. Special Graphs - Rose Curves

48. Special Graphs - Circles & Lemniscates

49. About Pre-Calculus

50. Support Page

Even if you dont use Calculus, this app sure is a cool way to show-off some high IQ!

Like all our 'phoneflips', this fast and lightweight application navigates quick, has NO Adverts, NO In-App purchasing, never needs an internet connection and will not take up much space on your phone!

Portrait & Landscape mode supported.

Thank you!

Recent changes:

- SD card support

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