Algebra and Trigonometry

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Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Jan 19, 2011 - Mathematics - 750 pages
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Written for a one- or two-term course at the freshman/sophomore level, the third edition covers the principles of college algebra, trigonometry, and analytic geometry in the concise and student-friendly style that have made Zill's texts a world-wide success. It includes all of the trademark features for which Zill is known including, lucid examples and problem sets, a rich pedagogy, a complete teaching and learning ancillary package, and much more. Throughout the text readers will find a wide range of word problems and relevant applications, historical accounts of famous mathematicians, and a strong variety of modern exercises.
 

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Contents

Review of Basic Algebra
1
1 Equations and Inequalities
65
2 Rectangular Coordinate System and Graphs
123
3 Functions and Graphs
155
4 Polynomial and Rational Functions
225
5 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
279
6 Right Triangle Trigonometry
319
7 Unit Circle Trigonometry
353
10 Polar Coordinates
487
11 Systems of Equations and Inequalities
527
12 Matrices and Determinants
565
13 Sequences Series and Probability
627
Final Examination
682
Answers to Selected OddNumbered Problems
687
Index
723
Credits
739

8 Applications of Trigonometry
409
9 Topics in Analytic Geometry
447

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