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CSET Online Preparation - Mathematics Subtest III

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Date Added to MERLOT: January 07, 2009
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 13, 2012
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Submitter : Larry Cooperman

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This CSET test preparation course covers the following topics: Trigonometry Limits and Continuity Derivatives and Application Integrals and Applications Sequences and Series The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is... More

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Integrals and Applications, Limits and Continuity, Sequences and Series, Creative Commons, Calculus, Trigonometry, Derivatives and Application, UCI, OpenCourseWare

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: The XML standard for display of mathematics in browsers is MathML, currently in version 2.0. We use a conversion software, ASCIIMathML that lets us design pages using calculator-style mathematical notation, while converting this notation to true (and accessible) MathML when viewed in a browser. Firefox 2.0+ has built-in support for MathML, so if you use this browser, no separate plugin is necessary. See our notes below about special problems in Firefox. As of Internet Explorer 7.0, no support is included for MathML. However, a separate, free plugin, MathPlayer, is available. If you are not sure whether you have it, you can check here. If you need it, you can download the plugin here. Firefox issues: Square root signs that include both numerator and denominator appear to have the correct width, but not height, as in 23. IE issues: Directly using MathML to avoid ASCIIMathML display limitations works in Firefox, but not in IE. Example: `cos(x−3π2)=(cosx)(cos3π2)+(sinx)(sin3π2)=(cosx)(0)+(sinx)(−1)=−sinx`
Language: English Material Version: OC0811133
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Creative Commons: Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States

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