Plane Trigonometry

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McGraw-Hill, Nov 1, 1992 - Mathematics - 308 pages
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This revision of a best-selling plane trigonometry text for freshmen and sophomores maintains the trademarks of clear, concise exposition coupled with graded problems. The result is a fresh and modern version of a classic text. Major changes include an emphasis on the use of calculators and calculator-related exercises, the use of radian measures appearing after Chapter 5 to help prepare students for analytic geometry or calculus, the expansion of Chapter 9 to include more applications as well as the addition of polar, exponential functions, and a greater emphasis on graphing.

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Contents

THE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
1
SOLVING TRIANGLES AND APPLICATIONS
43
RADIAN MEASURE
79
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