Precalculus Worksheets

On this page you will find: a complete list of all of our math worksheets relating to Precalculus. Choose a specific addition topic below to view all of our worksheets in that content area. You will find addition lessons, worksheets, homework, and quizzes in each section.

Precalculus Worksheets Listed Alphabetically:

  1. Absolute Value Inequalities
  2. Absolute Value of Complex Numbers
  3. Algebraic Solutions to Linear Systems
  4. Algebraic Solutions to Simultaneous Equations
  5. Algebraic Translations
  6. Applied Problems for Inequalities
  7. Approximations of Irrational Numbers
  8. Binary Operations Advanced
  9. Calculate Value
  10. Categorizing Data and Bias
  11. Closure Property
  12. Counting Principle
  13. Cyclic Nature of the Powers of i
  14. Definition of a Function
  15. Direct Variation
  16. Divide Rational Fractions
  17. Division of Polynomials by Monomials
  18. Evaluate Expressions with Fractional Exponents
  19. Evaluating Expressions
  20. Factorial Notation
  21. Factorials
  22. Factoring Application
  23. Factoring the Difference of Two Perfect Squares
  24. Factoring Trinomials ( a <> 1 )
  25. Factoring Trinomials ( a = 1 )
  26. Find the Intercepts
  27. Graphically Represent the Inverse of a Function
  28. Graphing Functions
  29. Graphing Inequalities
  30. Graphing Linear Inequalities
  31. Graphing Linear Systems
  32. Graphing Systems of Inequalities
  33. Graphs and Equations of Lines
  34. Graphs of Circles
  35. Graphs of Parabolas
  36. Imaginary Unit and Standard Complex Form
  37. Inverse Functions
  38. Inverse Trigonometry Functions
  39. Law of Cosines
  40. Law of Sines
  41. Law of Sines and the Ambiguous Case
  42. Linear Quadratic Systems
  43. Linear Systems: Write as a Linear Equation
  44. Linear Systems: Write as a Matrix
  45. Logarithm Word Problems
  46. Multiplication of Rational Fractions
  47. Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers
  48. Multiplying Polynomials
  49. Mutually Exclusive & Independent Events, Complement
  50. Operations with Radicals
  51. Permutations
  52. Polynomial Word Problems
  53. Probability Problems Involving AND & OR
  54. Properties of Real Numbers
  55. Properties of Real Numbers (Advanced)
  56. Radical Equations
  57. Rational and Irrational Numbers
  58. Single & Compound Events
  59. Sigma Notation and Series
  60. Similar Polygons: Ratio of Perimeters & Areas
  61. Simplifying Complex Fractions/Expressions
  62. Simplifying Rational (Fractional) Expressions
  63. Simplifying Square Roots with Negative Numbers
  64. Solve the Matrix Equation
  65. Solving Combinations of Variations
  66. Solving Quadratic Equations
  67. Solving Quadratic Equations with Complex Roots
  68. Solving Exponential Equations (common base)
  69. Solving Exponential Equations (lacking a common base)
  70. Solving Factorable Quadratic Equations
  71. Solving Fractional Equations
  72. Solving Linear Inequalities
  73. Special Right Triangles (Geometry emphasis)
  74. Special Right Triangles (Trigonometry emphasis)
  75. Standard Form of Complex Numbers
  76. Theoretical versus Empirical Probability
  77. Trigonometric Ratios
  78. Trigonometric Word Problems
  79. Undefined Algebraic Fractions
  80. Undefined Algebraic Fractions (Advanced)

Math Skills You Should Master Before Learning Calculus?

What is Calculus? Calculus is another branch of mathematics which helps us understand changes between the values that may be related by a function. Calculus is used in a lot of areas in physics, biology, astronomy, economy, engineering, sociology and even medicine. The use of calculus is to create mathematical models to arrive at an optimal solution. You may take physics as an example and notice how the concepts of calculus are used that include motion, electricity, light and heat, harmonics, astronomy and dynamics. When you start calculus to make sure you go through algebra again because you’ll have to solve equations, and systems, that also include logarithmic equations and their inverse functions. Calculus is just one additional step beyond algebra and trigonometry. Skills You Must Know - A few steps to start learning calculus are first to memorize formulas, but there's much more to know than just that. Factoring - Many of the problems in calculus will involve finding roots of function, so you need to be able to factor expressions and equations even in your sleep. Basic Function And Transformation - You need to study the basic functions and transformation of those essential functions. You should be able to recognize and apply the change and essential functions. Simplify - You will find yourself simplifying the results of the expressions obtained most of your time. You must know how to combine and solve them as quick as possible. Use Of Calculator - You need to be able to graph functions and get a proper viewing window. You should be able to use all the options available on your calculator to solve calculus. You should know how to use table mood on your calculator and the calc menu to find roots, intersections and more. Develop these skills before you start calculus and notice how easy calculus will become for you.