CliffsStudySolverTM Trigonometry

  • ID: 2244695
  • Book
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The learn-by-doing way to master Trigonometry

Why CliffsStudySolver Guides?

Go with the name you know and trust

Get the information you need--fast!

Written by teachers and educational specialists

Get the concise review materials and practice you need to learn Trigonometry, including:

Explanations of All Elements and Principles
- Angles and quadrants
- Graphs of trigonometric functions
- Trigonometry of triangles
- Trigonometric identities
- Vectors
- Polar coordinates and complex numbers
- Inverse functions, equations, and motion

Strategic Study Aids
- Clear, concise reviews of every topic
- Summary of formulas
- Table of trigonometric functions
- Glossary
- Materials designed for high school and college students

Problem-Solving Approach and Tools
- Diagnostic pretest to pinpoint areas that need extra study
- Practice questions after every chapter--with answers and explanations
- Full-length practice exam with review recommendations for questions you miss

We take great notes--and make learning a snap

More than Notes!

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Trigonometry Pretest.

Chapter 1: Trigonometric Ideas.

Chapter 2: Graphs of Trigonometric Functions.

Chapter 3: Trigonometry of Triangles.

Chapter 4: Trigonometric Identities.

Chapter 5: Vectors.

Chapter 6: Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers.

Chapter 7: Inverse Functions and Equations.

Customized Full-Length Exam.

Appendix A: Summary of Formulas.

Appendix B: Trigonometric Functions Table.

Glossary.

Index.
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David Alan Herzog is the author of numerous books concerned with test preparation in mathematics and science. Additionally, he has authored over one hundred educational software programs. Prior to devoting his full energies to authoring educational books and software, he taught math education at Fairleigh Dickinson University and William Paterson College, was mathematics coordinator for New Jersey’s Rockaway Township Public Schools, and taught in the New York City Public Schools.
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