Fundamentals of trigonometry

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Prindle, Weber & Schmidt, 1978 - Mathematics - 338 pages
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Completing the time-proven Swokowski/Cole precalculus series, this book helps students learn, understand, and appreciate trigonometry without compromising mathematical integrity. The book takes a unit-circle first approach to trigonometry and incorporates the use of the graphing calculator. Numerous application problems help motivate students toward success in learning trigonometry.

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Contents

PREREQUISITES FOR TRIGONOMETRY 1 Real Numbers
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Coordinate Systems and Graphs in Two Dimensions
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Graphs
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