by W. E. Paterson
Publisher: Clarendon Press 1911
Number of pages: 213
In this book the trigonometrical ratios are introduced as functions of the angle. The trigonometrical properties of the single angle are treated fully in the early chapters, and from the beginning the examples apply Trigonometry wherever it may be useful, to Geometry, Mensuration, Analytical Geometry, Physical formulae, etc.
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by Carl Stitz, Jeff Zeager - Stitz Zeager Open Source Mathematics
Dr. Stitz and Dr. Zeager co-wrote this high-quality textbook that is within reach and accessible to the average college student. A quick glance at the table of contents shows that all the major topics of a college trigonometry course are included.
by Steven Sy - Michigan State University
From the table of contents: Review of Functions; Rational Functions; Elementary Trigonometry; Graphing Trigonometric Functions; Trigonometric Identities; Advanced Trigonometric Concepts; Triangle Trigonometry; Selected Answers to the Exercises.
by Marcel B. Finan - Arkansas Tech University
The text represents a serious effort to produce exposition that is accessible to a student at the freshmen or high school levels. The chapters of this book are well suited for a one semester course in College Trigonometry.
by David E. Joyce - Clark University
This website is a short introduction to Trigonometry by a professor at Clark University. It is very easy to follow, is full of animations and study problems for the reader to work through. You should already be familiar with algebra and geometry.