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Pearson Prentice Hall, Apr 1, 2004 - Mathematics - 720 pages
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For undergraduate courses in trigonometry, this seventh edition retains its accuracy, strong student support and abundant exercises, while substantially updating content. After completing the book, students should be prepared to handle the algebra found in subsequent courses such as finite mathematics, business mathematics and engineering calculus.

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Trigonometric Functions
Analytic Trigonometry
Applications of Trigonometric Functions

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About the author (2004)

Mike Sullivan Professor of Mathematics at Chicago State University received a Ph.D. in mathematics from Illinois Institute of Technology. Mike has taught at Chicago State for over 30 years. He is a native of Chicago's South Side and currently resides in Oaklawn. Mike has four children. The two oldest have degrees in mathematics and assisted in proofing, checking examples and exercises, and writing solutions manuals for this project. Mike III co-authored the Sullivan Graphing with Data Analysis series as well as this series. Dan, the youngest, sells for Prentice Hall as a generalist.

Mike has authored or co-authored over ten books. He owns a travel agency, and splits his time between a condo in Naples, Florida and a home in Oaklawn, where Mike enjoys gardening. Mike first signed this series with Deleen Publishing (Acquired by Macmillan) in 1985.

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