Math Pro

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Math Pro

Larry Feldman,

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Apple Education 6.1 November 14, 2015 4.0

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Version 6.1 released on November 14, 2015
- Corrected links to sequence/series videos

Version 6.0 released on September 19, 2015
- Slight wording clarification about irrational numbers

Version 5.21 released on July 21, 2015
- Updated for iPhones and iPads - Added links to video lessons by Larry Feldman

Version 5.0 released on October 31, 2013
- Fixed formatting in the circle theorem section

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Get six applications for the price of two and ace your math classes. Rated 5/5 by AppleBitesize: "Math Pro" will take you through high-school Math and beyond. It is a powerful tool that is overflowing with the tutorials, examples, and solvers from the following applications: Algebra Pro, Geometry Pro, Probability Pro, Statistics Pro, PreCalculus Pro, and Calculus Pro. "Math Pro" is completely searchable, and it covers an astonishing array of topics: - Classifying Numbers - Points and Lines - Systems of Equations - Word Problems - Inequalities - Linear Programming - Direct and Inverse Variation - Polynomials - Zeros and End Behavior - Synthetic Division - Remainder Theorem - Factoring - Domains and Ranges - Compositions of Functions - Function Transformations - Inverse Functions - Piecewise Functions - Quadratic Functions - Quadratic Formula - Perimeter, Area and Volume - Angles - Segments - Midpoints - Distance Formula - Distance from Point to Line - Law of Sines - Law of Cosines - Solving Triangles - Similar Triangles - Congruent Triangles - 30-60-90 Triangles - 45-45-90 Triangles - Medians - Altitudes - Perpendicular Bisectors - Orthocenters - Circumcenters - Centroids - Circles - Quadrilaterals - Regular Polygons - Logic Statements - Postulates and Theorems - Geometric Proofs - Venn Diagrams - Bayes' Theorem - Survey Results - Odds - Permutations - Combinations - Taking Balls from Urns - Replacement vs. Non-Replacement - Independent Events - Dice - Roulette - Lottery - Poker - General Card Problems - Expected Value - Birthday Problem - Five Number Summaries - Outliers - Linear Regression - Chebyshev's Theorem - Normal Distributions - Binomial Distributions - Poission Distributions - Exponential Distributions - Chi Squared Distributions - T-Tests - Confidence intervals - Uniform Random Number Generator - Binomial Random Number Generator - Gaussian Random Number Generator - Poisson Random Number Generator - Exponential Random Number Generator - Logarithms - Logarithmic Functions - Exponential Functions - Rational Functions - Compound Interest - Graph Symmetry - Conic Sections - Arithmetic Sequences - Geometric Sequences - Matrices - Binomial Expansion - Complex Numbers - Rectangular and Polar Notation - Standard Unit Circle - Unit Circle Representations of the Six Trig Functions - Attributes and Graphical Representations of the Six Trig Functions - Changes in Amplitude, Period, Horizontal Shifts and Vertical Shifts - Formulas and Identities - Degree/Radian Conversions - Inverse Trig Functions - Reference Angles - Simplifying Trig Expressions - Angles of Elevation and Depression - Polar curves: Limacons, Rose Curves, and Lemniscates - Limits - Continuity - Differentiability - RDQ, LDQ, SDQ and NDQ - Equations of Tangent Lines - Partial Derivatives - Implicit Differentiation - Chain Rule - Product Rule - Quotient Rule - Related Rates Problems - Optimization Examples (Min/Max) - Derivatives of Inverse Functions - Taylor and Maclaurin Series - Derivative Tables - Derivatives of Integrals - Arc Length - Riemann Sums - Fluid Problems - Double Integrals - Integration by Parts - Definite and Indefinite Integrals - Volumes of Solids of Revolution - Cross Sectional Volumes - Integral tables - Position, Velocity and Acceleration - Calculus Theorems I welcome all comments, questions, and suggestions: I will answer your math questions for free on Facebook:

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