In the previous chapter, we studied some definitions about functions and the properties of elementary functions. As we learned in Section 2.10, functions that cannot be generated by a finite number of algebraic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and root extraction) are called transcendental functions. In this chapter, we study the properties of some important elementary functions, namely:
  1. Exponential Functions
  2. Logarithmic Functions
  3. Trigonometric Functions
    1. Angles
    2. Basics of Trigonometric Functions
    3. Trigonometric Identities
    4. Periodicity and Graphs of Trigonometric Functions
  4. Inverse Trigonometric Functions