Overview1. MATHEMATICAL MODELING, FUNCTIONS, AND CHANGE. Mathematical Modeling. Functions and Function Notation. Functions Represented by Tables and Formulas. Functions Represented by Graphs. Functions Represented by Words. Preview to Inverse Functions. Chapter 1 Review. 2. LINEAR FUNCTIONS. Functions with Constant Rates of Change. Modeling with Linear Functions. Linear Regression. Systems of Linear Equations. Systems of Linear Inequalities. Chapter 2 Review. 3. TRANSFORMATIONS AND FUNCTIONS. Horizontal and Vertical Shifts. Horizontal and Vertical Reflections. Vertical Stretches and Reflections. Horizontal Stretches and Compressions. Chapter 3 Review. 4. QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS. Variable Rates of Change. Modeling with Quadratic Functions. Quadratic Functions, Graphs, and Forms. Chapter 4 Review. 5. POLYNOMIAL, POWER, AND RATIONAL FUNCTIONS. Higher-Order Polynomial Function Modeling. Power Functions. Rational Functions. Chapter 5 Review. 6. EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS. Percentage Change. Exponential Function Modeling and Graphs. Compound Interest and Continuous Growth. Solving Logarithmic and Exponential Equations. Logarithmic Function Modeling. Chapter 6 Review. 7. MODELING WITH OTHER TYPES OF FUNCTIONS. Combinations of Functions. Piecewise Functions. Composition of Functions. Logistic Functions. Choosing a Mathematical Model. Chapter 7 Review. 8. MATRICES. Using Matrices to Solve Linear Systems. Matrix Operations and Applications. Using Inverse Matrices to Solve Matrix Equations. Chapter 8 Review.