Hi, I am a biology major starting my freshman fall quarter in about two weeks. I have always struggled with math (mostly due to a lack of effort). However, over the summer, I have made huge strides in my progress as I have been working extremely hard to master algebra and pre-calculus in preparation for the calculus series at have to take this year, but I still seem to struggle with trig. How much trig do I need to know for my "Calculus for Biology Majors" class? We do not cover the same material as the "normal" calculus classes. The chapters from my textbook are as follows: 1.Preview/Review 2.Discrete Time Models, Sequences, and Difference Equations 3.Limits and Continuity 4.Differentiation 5.Applications of Differentiation 6. Integration 7. Integration Techniques and Computational Methods 8. Differential Equations 9. Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry 10. Multivariable Calculus 11. Systems of Differential Equations 12. Probability How much trig is involved in these topics at a freshman level? Thanks.