# Trigonometry Demystified (TAB Demystified)

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Rating | : | 4.69 (809 Votes) |

Asin | : | 0071416315 |

Format Type | : | paperback |

Number of Pages | : | 303 Pages |

Publish Date | : | 2017-08-08 |

Language | : | English |

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If You Want to Learn Trigonometry, Find a Different Book!!! JC First off, I'm not afraid of math--I had a 100% in my college algebra class last semester, and I bought this book to get a quick overview of trigonometry to give myself an edge before taking a formal class. I bought this book because I had been very satisfied with Algebra: Demystified, and had assumed that all books in the Demystified series would be of a comparably high quality, but I was s. Why you hate math Art Cummings This is without a doubt, one of the worst books i've ever read on any math subject. The examples in the beginning are moderately straight forward and can be followed but as the book progresses the author becomes increasingly stingy with explanations. The level of straight formula presentation such as in the section on hyperbolic functions is useless. He presents page after page of formula, w. Kevin Lindsey said Contrarian View. This book was my "aha!" experience for trigonometry. The author started off using circle functions instead of triangle relationships as a way to explain sine, cosine, etc. This made immediate sense to me; from there, it was easy to understand why each is positive or negative in the various quadrants, why sin^"Contrarian View" according to Kevin Lindsey. This book was my "aha!" experience for trigonometry. The author started off using circle functions instead of triangle relationships as a way to explain sine, cosine, etc. This made immediate sense to me; from there, it was easy to understand why each is positive or negative in the various quadrants, why sin^2 + cos^2=1, etc. Why all trig courses aren't taught this way is a mystery.No doubt . + cos^"Contrarian View" according to Kevin Lindsey. This book was my "aha!" experience for trigonometry. The author started off using circle functions instead of triangle relationships as a way to explain sine, cosine, etc. This made immediate sense to me; from there, it was easy to understand why each is positive or negative in the various quadrants, why sin^2 + cos^2=1, etc. Why all trig courses aren't taught this way is a mystery.No doubt . =1, etc. Why all trig courses aren't taught this way is a mystery.No doubt

This unique self-teaching guide offers questions at the end of each chapter and section to pinpoint weaknesses, and a 100-question final exam to reinforce the entire book. Learn all aspects of trigonometry: * How angles are expressed * The relationships between angles and distances * Calculating distances based on parallax * Coordinate systems and navigation * And much more! . With *Trigonometry Demystified* you master the subject one simple step at a time -- at your own speed. From the Back Cover**CALCULATE THIS: TRIGONOMETRY JUST GOT A LOT EASIER TO LEARN!** Now anyone with an interest in basic, practical trigonometry can master it -- without formal training, unlimited time, or a genius IQ. Simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for professional enrichment, *Trigonometry Demystified* is your direct route to learning or brushing up on trigonometry. Unlike most books on trigonometry, this book uses prose and illustrations to descr

His clear, friendly, easy-to-read writing style makes his electronics titles accessible to a wide audience and his background in mathematics and research make him an ideal handbook editor. . **Stan Gibilisco** is one of McGraw-Hill’s most diverse and best-selling authors. He is the author of *The TAB Encyclopedia of Electronics for Technicians* and *Hobbyists Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics,* and *The IllustraYou can learn all aspects of trigonometry: how angles are expressed; the relationships between angles and distances; calculating distances based on parallax; coordinate systems and navigation; and much more!. With "Trigonometry Demystified" you master the subject one simple step at a time - at your own speed.Unlike most books on trigonometry, this book uses prose and illustrations to describe the concepts where others leave you pondering abstract symbology. This unique self-teaching guide offers questions at the end of each chapter and section to pinpoint weaknesses, and a 100-question final exam to reinforce the entire book. Calculate this: Trigonometry just got a lot easier to learn! Now anyone with an interest in basic, practical trigonometry can master it - without formal training, unlimited time, or a genius IQ. Simple enough for beginners but challeng*