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annoyinggirl
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I just finished taking Calculus 1 at a CC last semester. This coming semester, I will be taking Calculus 2, which will be my last semester of Calculus (woohoo!). I didn't take Precal seriously during junior year of high school (had an eating disorder that made me unable to concentrate and think). I also struggled in Calculus AB because of the weak foundation I had in precal. My high school class went a little further ahead of the standard calculus AB and we did integrals,volumes, and stuff like that for a bit.So which precal topics must I master in order to do well in Calculus 2? Do I need to learn hyerbolas, ellipses, conics,parabolas, etc? Do I need the law of sines, law of cosines? How about the double/half angle formulas? Graphs of trig functions? Will there be a lot of trig? phase shift? Polar equations? series and sequences? circles? Please list all the pre cal topics i need to do well in calc 2. thanks