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precalculus

[ pree-kal-kyuh-luhs ]
/ priˈkæl kyə ləs /
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adjective
pertaining to the mathematical prerequisites for the study of calculus, as algebra, analytical geometry, and trigonometry.
noun
the course of study leading to calculus.
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Origin of precalculus

First recorded in 1960–65; pre- + calculus
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