Trigonometry for Dummies

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

By Mary Jane Sterling

Trigonometry For Dummies explains introductory trigonometry in clear language and with humor, while presenting a number of worked-out problems to help students understand the process. Among topics covered are trigonometric functions and cofunctions, the laws of sines and cosines, quadratic equations, logarithms, sequences, circular and harmonic motion, graphing, inverse functions, conic sections, vectors, polynomials, ellipses, and parabolas. In addition, this book will explain the “why” of trigonometry and use real-world examples and problems that illustrate the value of trigonometry in a variety of careers.  (Description from barnesandnoble.com) Call number: QA531 .S783 2005

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2 Responses to “Trigonometry for Dummies”


  1. Right away I am going to do my breakfast, later than having my breakfast coming again to read additional news.


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