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Topics include: polynomial operations, linear and quadratic functions, solving equations and inequalities, systems of equations, exponents and exponential equations, radical expressions, rational expressions, functions, sequences, statistics, permutations and real world applications.

Topics include: basic geometric relationships, properties, congruence and similarity of triangles, coordinate geometry and transformations, quadrilaterals, circles, constructions, areas, volume, locus, reasoning and proofs.

Topics include: functions (absolute value, piecewise, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, radical, trigonometric), complex numbers, solving systems of equations graphically and algebraically, variation, data analysis, regression modeling, measures of dispersion, and circular functions.

Topics include: mechanics, energy, electricity and magnetism, waves, and modern physics. historic content, uncertainty in measurement, information on the Physics Reference tables, significant figures and the International System of Units.

Topics include: atomic concepts, periodic table, moles/stoichiometry, bonding, organic chemistry, physical behavior of matter, kinetics/equilibrium, oxidation-reduction, acids, bases and salts, nuclear chemistry and information on the Chemistry Reference tables, historic content, the scientific method, uncertainty in measurement, significant figures and the International System of Units.

Topics include: characteristics of living systems, human structure and function, genetics and mechanism of inheritance, genetic engineering, variation adaptation evolution, reproduction and development, energy pathways, disease and homeostasis, biotic and abiotic interactions, interdependence, and technology and the environment.