**Want to enrich your Precalculus course with difficult problems? Look no further!**

I teach a high-octane version of Precalculus to students in our magnet program. Our course, like most Precalculus courses, covers a very wide variety of topics. As often as possible, I like to give them more difficult problems that enrich the material from the book. These documents are a work in progress, but feel free to steal them (just email me a copy if you improve them!):

- Properties of Functions
- Polynomials
- Logs and Exponents
- Angular and Linear Velocity
- Trig Equations and Identities
- Permutations and Combinations
- Exclusive and Inclusive Probability
- Random Variables and Expected Value
- Binomial Probability
- Sequences and Series

If you want solutions for any of these, shoot me an email.

These aren’t 100% polished by any means, but I’m sharing them anyway! Long live the spirit of sharing :-).

By the way, *many* of these problems are collected from other sources but I’m too far removed from those sources to properly attribute the problem-creator. My sincere apologies!

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Would you be able to provide an answer sheet for your Precalculus, Unit 2, Polynomial and Rational Functions Challenge Problem worksheet?

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You might get an ad but you should still be able to dismiss the ad and see the document. The best way to view the document is to download it and view with Word. If you send me a private message I am happy to email you the files, too.