Algebra and Trigonometry: A Graphing Approach

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Prentice Hall, 1995 - Mathematics - 579 pages
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This second in a series of three texts covers the traditional topical menu of Algebra and Trigonometry with a unique emphasis on topics that are valuable to other courses or other applications, especially those that can be explored and illustrated on a graphics calculator. It de-emphasizes the more manipulative skills in favor of visualization, graphing, data analysis, and modeling of problems from the physical world.

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Contents

EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
55
FUNCTIONS AND THEIR GRAPHS
122
EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC
189
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