Online Precalculus

Taking StraighterLine’s online Precalculus course can be a low-cost way to fulfill one of the most common general education math requirements. Our popular Precalculus class provides thorough instruction and review of common concepts covered in college-level math and helps you prepare for success in General Calculus I.

In this Precalculus course, students will start off by reviewing algebraic operations and linear and polynomial equations. Students will then learn to solve and graph equations from linear and polynomial to exponential and logarithmic functions. Other topics include trigonometric expressions and functions, modeling and solving applications using linear systems, and geometric sequences.

For students who need additional help while taking precalculus, online tutoring is included at no additional cost.

The StraighterLine Advantage

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  • Sign up and get started in minutes
  • eTextbooks now included for FREE!
  • Work at your own pace
  • Take your exam when you’re ready
  • Finish in less than 30 days*
  • No-fee transcripts and easy credit transfer
minus  Colleges & Universities
  • Lengthy application and delay to start
  • Conform to their schedule
  • No flexibility in exam schedule
  • Finish in 9 to 12 weeks
  • Complicated transcript process
FREE eTextBook

Buy the course and get a copy of 'Precalculus' at no additional cost

Enrolling in StraighterLine courses is now even more affordable, more convenient and faster with eTextbooks included at no additional cost. More information on StraighterLine eTextbooks

  1. etextbook included

    3Credits

    Precalculus from McGraw-Hill

    Includes:

    • Proctoring
    • Tutoring
    • MAT201 eTextbook (a $92.51 value)

    $59

    Plus Membership [?]

  2. etextbook included

    3Credits

    Precalculus from McGraw-Hill

    Includes:

    • MAT201 eTextbook (a $142 value)
    • Proctoring
    • Tutoring

    $59

    Plus Membership [?]


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* A 3-credit StraighterLine course is estimated to require approximately 75 hours of study time. Dedicating 17-20 hours per week should allow a student to finish within a single month subscription. That estimate is not guaranteed, and individual experience may differ.