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Don't be tripped up by trigonometry. Master this math with practice, practice, practice! Practice Makes Perfect: Trigonometry is a comprehensive guide and workbook that covers all the basics of trigonometry that you need to understand this subject. Each chapter focuses on one major topic, with thorough explanations and many illustrative examples, so you can learn at your own pace and really absorb the information. You get to apply your knowledge and practice what you've learned through a variety of exercises, with an answer key for instant feedback. Offering a winning solution for getting a handle on math right away, Practice Makes Perfect: Trigonometry is your ultimate resource for building a solid understanding of trigonometry fundamentals.
La ultima edicion de Swokowski y Cole, Algebra y trigonometria con geometria analitica, conserva los elementos que lo han hecho tan popular entre los instructores y estudiantes por igual: exposicion clara, un diseno atractivo y ordenado y ricas series de ejercicios aplicaciones. Los excelentes problemas, probados a lo largo del tiempo, han sido ampliamente elogiados por su consistencia y su grado apropiado de dificultad para los estudiantes de precalculo. El libro tambien incluye algunos temas mas dificiles, como la Regla de Descartes de los signos y los Teoremas de limites, que han sido eliminados de otros textos o relegados a un apendice. La decimotercera edicion cuenta con referencias actualizadas sobre topicos y datos, y sigue siendo apoyado por recursos tecnologicos extraordinarios. Matematicamente profundo, este libro efectivamente prepara a los estudiantes de otros cursos en matematicas.
Contains fully worked-out solutions to all of the odd-numbered exercises in the text, giving students a way to check their answers and ensure that they took the correct steps to arrive at an answer.
Designed for the one-term course in trigonometry, the Third Edition incorporates all of the many teaching and learning tools that have made Zill's texts a resounding success. A rich pedagogy and an extensive supplements package make this text a must-have resource for students and instructors alike. Zill takes care to include a full set of engaging and motivating features for students, including a wide range of word problems and specific applications, historical accounts of mathematicians, and a strong variety of relevant exercises. These extensive exercises give students the opportunity to test their comprehension, challenge their understanding, and apply their knowledge to real-world situations.
Who else wants to be able to understand trigonometry? This is an area of mathematics that can be confusing to students yet with a guiding hand it is easy to understand. Students who use this book will find it virtually impossible not to understand.The book utilises the Studymates approach of an overview per chapter and then material is broken down into bitesize chunks in the same way the BBC do it with their series for GCSE students. This is what makes this book special and an important addition to the ever growing and popular Studymates series.
This manual contains completely worked-out solutions for all the odd-numbered exercises in the text.
Three components contribute to a theme sustained throughout the Coburn Series: that of laying a firm foundation, building a solid framework, and providing strong connections. Not only does Coburn present a sound problem-solving process to teach students to recognize a problem, organize a procedure, and formulate a solution, the text encourages students to see beyond procedures in an effort to gain a greater understanding of the big ideas behind mathematical concepts. Written in a readable, yet mathematically mature manner appropriate for college level students, Coburn's Trigonometry uses narrative, extensive examples, and a range of exercises to connect seemingly disparate mathematical topics into a cohesive whole. Coburn's hallmark applications are born out of the author's extensive experiences in and outside the classroom, and appeal to the vast diversity of students and teaching methods in this course area. Benefiting from the feedback of hundreds of instructors and students across the country, Trigonometry, Second Edition, continues to emphasize connections in order to improve the level of student engagement in mathematics and increase their chances of success in trigonometry.
The Mathematics of the Heavens and the Earth is the first major history in English of the origins and early development of trigonometry. Glen Van Brummelen identifies the earliest known trigonometric precursors in ancient Egypt, Babylon, and Greece, and he examines the revolutionary discoveries of Hipparchus, the Greek astronomer believed to have been the first to make systematic use of trigonometry in the second century BC while studying the motions of the stars. The book traces trigonometry's development into a full-fledged mathematical discipline in India and Islam; explores its applications to such areas as geography and seafaring navigation in the European Middle Ages and Renaissance; and shows how trigonometry retained its ancient roots at the same time that it became an important part of the foundation of modern mathematics. The Mathematics of the Heavens and the Earth looks at the controversies as well, including disputes over whether Hipparchus was indeed the father of trigonometry, whether Indian trigonometry is original or derived from the Greeks, and the extent to which Western science is indebted to Islamic trigonometry and astronomy. The book also features extended excerpts of translations of original texts, and detailed yet accessible explanations of the mathematics in them. No other book on trigonometry offers the historical breadth, analytical depth, and coverage of non-Western mathematics that readers will find in The Mathematics of the Heavens and the Earth.