- Sets
- Basic Definition: sets written using {}, element of set
*E,*not element of a setname sets with capital letters (ex. S), infinite set=unending list of distinct elements, finite set=limited number of elements, natural (counting) numbers, ellipsis points (…) the list of elements of the set continues according to the established pattern, a variable (ex. x) an arbitrary element of the set (set builder notation)*E,* - Operations on Sets: Let A and B be sets, with unversal set U.
- complement: A’ = {x|x E U, x
~~E~~A} - intersection: A ^ B = {x|x E A and x E B}
- union: A U B = {x|x E A or x E B}

- complement: A’ = {x|x E U, x

- Basic Definition: sets written using {}, element of set
- Real Numbers and their properties: A number set with only positives is Natural, add Zero (0) and it becomes set Whole, add negative natural numbers, it gives Integers. Divide 2 non-zero integers to get a rational number. Real numbers are on the number line. Irrational numbers cannot be represented as quotients of integers.
- Set of Numbers and the Number Line
- Exponents
- Order of Operations
- Properties of Real Numbers
- Order on the Number Line
- Absolute Value

- Polynomials
- Factoring Polynomials
- Rational Expressions
- Rational Exponents
- Radical Expressions