## 1.1 Evaluating Factorial Notations

Lessons on evaluating and simplifying factorials. Factorials are commonly denoted by "!". n! is defined as n! = 1x2x3x4...x (n-1) x n

**QUARTER 1: ALGEBRA**- 1.1 Evaluating Factorial Notations
- 1.2 Evaluating Sequences and Series
- 1.3 Solving Arithmetic Sequence
- 1.4 Evaluating Geometric Sequence
- 1.5 Evaluating Summation Notation
- 1.6 Performing Proof of Math Induction
- 1.7 Mastering Factoring Polynomials
- 1.8 Solving for the Roots of the Factorable Polynomial
- 1.9 Dividing Polynomials (Long Division and Synthetic Division)
- 1.10 Remainder Theorem and Factor Root Theorem
- 1.11 Practice Exercises on Using the Factor Root and Remainder Theorem
**QUARTER 3: STATISTICS**- 3.1 Probability Rules and Dependent and Independent Events
- 3.2 Conditional Probability
- 3.3 Probability Using Two-Way Table, Venn Diagram, and Tree Diagram
- 3.4 Practice Exercises on Probability
**QUARTER 4: STATISTICS**- 4.1 Calculating Quartiles of Ungrouped Data
- 4.2 Calculating Percentile Using Z-Scores
- 4.3 Calculating Percentile of Ungrouped Data
- 4.5 Calculating Normal Probability using the Empirical Rule