**Essentials of Trigonometry with Applications**

by D.R. Curtiss, E.J. Moulton

**Publisher**: D. C. Heath And Company 1942**ISBN/ASIN**: B000J4L7KY**Number of pages**: 190

**Description**:

The distinguishing features of this book are (1) a concise presentation of the fundamental part of plane trigonometry up to the solution of triangles; (2) the use of five-place logarithms in the solution of triangles arid in other applications, with due allowance for the accuracy of data; (3) a chapter on spherical trigonometry; (4) a chapter on applications, which has been written to give essential preparation to those who may enter upon military or naval, service.

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