# AP Precalculus Resources

AP Precalculus explores the stage for your readiness in tackling advanced college-level mathematics and science subjects. Click through our free AP Precalculus study guides and flashcards below:

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AP Precalculus Unit 1: Polynomial and Rational Functions

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AP Precalculus Unit 2: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

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AP Precalculus Unit 3: Trigonometric and Polar Functions

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AP Precalculus Unit 4: Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices

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What is the AP Precalculus exam format?
The exam format includes 40 multiple-choice questions, three short answer questions, and 4 free-response questions. The exam is broken down by the multiple choice exam being weighed at 63% of the exam, and the FRQ section being weighed at 37% of the exam total. Students are allotted 2 hours to complete the multiple-choice section, and 1 hour to compose their responses to the free response questions. To make sure you’re prepared enough to finish in time, take a look through our free AP Precalculus study guide that covers the most important material you should know.
How do I study for AP Precalculus?
You’ve likely covered a lot of material during your course this year, but to get a 5 on the AP exam, it’s important you understand how often each topic shows up.Throughout the course, you'll navigate real-world scenarios with the aid of mathematical concepts and perspectives. By delving into modeling, functions, and diverse representations, you'll foster a profound comprehension of mathematical principles. This course framework meticulously outlines the essential content and skills required for diverse career paths, ranging from mathematics, physics, and biology to health science, social science, and data science. Once you take a look through the breakdown below, make sure to read through the AP Precalculus study guide above with all the key points you should know for each unit.
What units are on AP Precalculus?
• Unit 1: Exploring Polynomial and Rational Functions
• In this unit, you will enhance your comprehension of polynomial and rational functions by examining their applications in modeling and exploring diverse rates of change.
• Unit 2: Investigating Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
• In this unit, you will further your comprehension of inverses by delving into the correlation between exponential and logarithmic functions.
• Unit 3: Trigonometric and Polar Functions
• In this unit, you will engage in the modeling and exploration of periodic phenomena by applying transformations to trigonometric functions.
• Unit 4: Functions Involving Parameters, Vectors, and Matrices
• In this unit, you will enhance your grasp of the concept of functions by delving into a range of novel function types.
What are the video resources?
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Where can I ask AP Precalculus questions?
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What is AP Precalculus?
AP Precalculus explores advanced college-level math and science. You'll apply math to solve real-world problems. Through studying modeling, functions, and different math approaches, you'll deeply grasp its concepts. The course covers essential content and skills needed in careers such as math, physics, biology, health science, social science, and data science.On this page, you’ll find AP Precalculus resources to help you with your AP Precalculus review.