Math 199



This collection houses materials from SFSU's Math 199/Science 199 course. Subjects covered in Math 199 include:
1. Functions: Graphs Transformations - ability to understand functions, their graphs and transformations;
2. Functions: Composition - ability to understand composition of functions;
3. Inverse Functions - ability to solve problems involving inverse functions
4. Lines [and] Linear Functions - ability to understand lines and linear functions
5. Exponential Logarithmic Functions - study exponential and logarithmic functions
6. e, natural logarithms ability to understand the base e and the natural logarithm
7. Trigonometric Functions - study the trigonometric functions: sine, cosine, tangent
8. Inverse Trigonometric Functions - ability to understand inverse trigonometric functions
9. Trigonometric Identities - ability to understand laws of sines and laws of cosines


San Francisco State University
Center for Science and Math Education, Science Bldg. 211
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
Dr. Eric Hsu, Project Director
Phone: 510-224-4604

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