**Section 9.1: Review Linear Inequalities and Using
Inequalities in Business Applications (ch 9 rev. pg. 655 # 1 – 12)**

o Review how to solve linear inequalities

o Write solutions to linear inequalities using

1. Interval Notation

2. Set Builder Notation

3. As a graph on a numberline

o Use linear inequalities to solve problems involving
revenue, cost, and profit

**Section 9.2: Compound Inequalities (ch 9 rev. pg. 655 #
13 – 28)**

o Finding the union and intersection of two sets.

o Recognizing and using the correct notation for union and intersection

o Solving compound AND inequalities

o Solving compound OR inequalities

**Section 9.3: Equations and Inequalities Involving
Absolute Values (ch 9 rev page 655 #29-38**

o Solve absolute value equations

o Solve absolute value inequalities

o Recognize absolute value inequalities with no solution or all real numbers as
solutions

o Solve problems using absolute value inequalities

**Section 9.4: Linear Inequalities in Two Variables (ch 9
rev page 655 #39 - 52)**

o Graphing linear inequalities in two variables

o Use mathematical models involving linear inequalities

o Graphing systems of linear inequalities in two variables

**Section 10.2 Rational Exponents (ch 10 rev. pg 732 # 16
– 32)**

o Translate between rational exponent ex pressions and
radical expressions using the definitions of

o Simplify rational exponent expressions by translating to radical expressions
and simplifying radical expressions

o Simplify rational exponent expressions by using the properties of exponents

o Simplify radical expressions by translating to rational exponents and
simplifying using the properties of exponents.

**Section 10.7 Complex Numbers ( ch 10 rev. pg 733 # 87 –
101)**

o Express square roots of negative numbers in terms of i

o Add and subtract complex numbers

o Multiply complex numbers

o Divide complex numbers

o Simplify powers of i

**Important Review Material**

o Graphing Lines (Chapter 3)

o Simplifying Radicals (Section 10.1, 10.3)